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Material Design - How to display an error on a larger screen

A bit similar to this question Material Design - How to display a log in error Though it doesn't address how to do this on a larger screen (i.e. desktop browser) since snackbar at the bottom as an ...
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Is it best practice to show errors that are potentially duplicate by implicit meaning, or just one error?

When validating form fields (such as a number field) - what is considered best practice when it comes to validations that potentially encapsulate another validation? Example: An Age field on a form. ...
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UX Strategy Document

Does anyone have an example of a UX Strategy document please? I'm currently attempting to put together a UX strategy. I'm reviewing customer feedback, conducting stakeholder interviews etc but not ...
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Should input fields be used as ready only information?

I have a license that will be transferred from user "James" to someone in my database (this is enterprise application): When I click on the name (it means assigned to) it opens a popup so it goes ...
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Users asking to reset password in account registration

Ive been pouring through responses in a customer satisfaction survey we put in our account registration and I've noticed a few responses that surprise me. Several people have gone to account ...
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What's the difference between a panel and pane?

When naming different components in a layout what is considered a panel and what is a pane?
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Who created the Mac Mickey pointer cursor?

I just found out why the mouse cursor is slightly tilted*, and asked myself why the pointer cursor is a little Mickey hand. Do you guys know why is it like this and who invented it? Related Question: ...
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Are there studies on in-app user feedback?

I'm considering to ask users in app for feedback on a specific feature, right after they used it. The goal is to have a) quantitative feedback on the feature and b) a list of comments from step 3 ...
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Whitespace versus content

Given a larger amount of content (e.g. a table of data or a list of fields and options in a form) that absolutely need to be on a website, would it be better to space it out so that scrolling is ...
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How long should I wait before animating the navigation bar in/out when the user scrolls?

I'm currently working on a new design for a site and I've encountered a problem I've never found before. I want to collapse the navigation bar up when the user scrolls down to increase available real ...
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Navigation with icon to open page and open popover top

This is my first participation here so apologies if I am not doing this right. My question is about about using icons for navigation. For example: All items are clickable 1) The first item (My ...
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A mix of single and bulk delete

I'm working on a UI that will allow users to save thousands of records. They also have the ability to organize these records into Projects. In the main records screen, we allow bulk delete - ie: you ...
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How can I show a document preview alongside a form in a responsive way?

My registration form requires the user to input Information A and Information B , which are printed on documents only they have access to. Since I have to make the form responsive for all kinds of ...
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How to indicate actions on an expandable list?

TL;DR I need an expandable/collapsable list where each item indicates that some actions are available and each category may be expanded/collapsed allow more actions on that category Material ...
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Including users with disabilities in user centered design

Many of the methodologies used in the early phases of user centered design, such as card sorting and paper prototyping, are not accessible to people with disabilities. Anybody have any advice on ...
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Adjusting for color difference between monitor and TV

I am creating a UI, but there is a large difference between the colors that I can see on my monitor, and my TV. Is there a way to adjust for the difference between what I see on my monitor and my TV? ...
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Features of a complex interface: learnability or discoverability?

I am currently working on a new version of a Saas which clients can use to manage all of the content on their screens, which is going to be quite extended and complex. To make sure it will be easy ...
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Clarifying unfamiliar tools in a toolbox

If you use Adobe Photoshop to edit your images, there's this toolbox, from which you can select the tool you want to use. (source: www.un.org) I'm designing a similar program than manipulates ...
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References needed for website with a hamburger menu to show about us

I am working on a website that has a main menu visible on the home page and has a hamburger menu, clicking on which about us is shown. Looking for some other website that use similar approach.
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Twofactor fields, email code + authenticator code. One page or two pages for input?

I have a user action that requires both a mobile authenticator 2fa code, and also a copy-paste from an email (a code). I'm trying to determine whether it would be best to have a single dialog view ...
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Why recently an increasing number of website isn't supporting “request desktop site” anymore?

Recently I more and more often, access websites via my mobile, just to realize a certain feature has no (more) support on the mobile version of that site. So I request the desktop site. But even then, ...
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How do you deal with long product titles on mobile?

I have a product card that only allows three lines of text and if it’s longer it adds an ellipsis. If you want to see the full text you just hover over and the tooltip will appear with the full text, ...
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Onboarding experience for redesigned apps

Does anyone have thoughts or good examples (or even white papers) about how to approach onboarding experience for complete app redesign? The two considerations that we are trying to balance is help ...
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Usability of vertical text

I am playing with ideas for a menu that I want to add to some site designs and was wondering: How usable is vertical text in any portion of a site (specifically menus)? For example You can have ...
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Sending chat messages in real time

I am working on a chat application where I want to implement real-time delivery of the texts. As in, the texts get sent as the user is typing it in their textbox (just like Google sheets show real-...
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Prevent users from entering honorifics (Mr. / Mrs. / Ms.) in the First Name field

We have a high-throughput User Info intake form that get thousands of submissions everyday. The form, among other fields, has fields for First Name and Last Name. The form text is translated to the ...
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Why do Radio Buttons not fill the entire outer circle?

My question is simple: Why do most radio buttons not fill their entire outer circle? Example of standard radio button: (Unusual) Example of an entirely filled radio button: Is this for some ...
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Screen with multiple list crud

I have a screen with CRUDs For example I will register a department and identify all job positions, equipment and employees Solution A: Display everything on a scrollable page Solution B: Display ...
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Improving CRUD operations on list UI

Thus far, our pages for operations to be done on a collection of things (tasks, pricing groups, permission groups, ...) have this general structure: If the things getting modified in bulk have "only ...
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How to add other info to main page of mobile app?

This is what our app looks like: For each row I would like to add the amenities for the particular gas station (ie. "parking", "bathroom", etc). For example, "Rocket Fuel" has parking, bathroom, and ...
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Accept either a day, a month or a year from the user

On my website, users can provide a source to a blog post. This source is dated. I'd like my users to provide either, a day (format is dd/mm/yyyy), a month (format is mm/yyyy), a year (format could be ...
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Best way to implement breadcrumbs on mobile [duplicate]

I would like to know about the use of breadcrumbs on mobile, is it a feasible practice today?
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Displaying multiple tables with varying numbers of columns

I am trying to design an enterprise application and I have a situation where I have multiple (More than 20) tables to be displayed in the page as a result of user interaction. I cannot limit the ...
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Which “alphabetic” keys are commonly used on Qwerty for cursor movements?

Which are the "layouts" that have been successfully used when making "alphabetic" keys on Qwerty used as cursor movement keys or as arrow keys? Here are the two i know of: <h>: <Left>, &...
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Filters in Youtube search are not working

When I go to www.Youtube.com and search for e.g. "London", I see many videos. When I click on the "Filter" button and enable any filter (e.g. Upload Date: Last Hour, Today, Last week, or Features: HD,...
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Making a form with excluding fields to search for flights (iOS app)

I am currently facing a UX situation which I'm not sure how to solve. I have a place on my app where I can search for flights inputting either the Airline, Departure and Destination airports, or the ...
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How are dynamic transitions achieved from a front end point of view

See for example the Google Accounts log-in experience, where you move from 'Enter email' to 'Enter password' via a smooth dynamic transition with no page refresh https://accounts.google.com/ How can ...
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Is it bad to have hamburger menu with back naviation button for inner pages

We are using hamburger menu on all page even page are inner pages. I want to know if this is bad user experience to show back navigation button with hamburger menu in web? below is an example
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Better user experience when asked to input frequency of periodic event

So I am working on a form and one of the inputs have proved in user-testing to be somewhat problematic: We want to save the frequency of a periodic event, the event is how often a report is to be ...
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Build custom in-app Chat or make use of third-party Chat apps (Messenger, WhatsApp, etc…)

I'm interested about your opinions on the subject. PRE-NOTE I am not talking about using a chat SaaS (Sendbird, Pusher, etc...) BUT making use of existing, installed, chat apps. 1- IN-APP PROs ...
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Material: Hamburger Menu and Navigation

We're currently thinking about our hamburger menu and the navigation in our app. Here's an example using the Drive app: This is the Drive app when opening it from the launcher. This is the menu, now ...
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Which numeric keypad layout (PC or register) should be used for a touch panel?

We lately had a usability test for a self-service payment machine. It’s very similar to the e-banking process. The whole banking process is over a touchscreen until they enter the debit car. The ...
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The app has skip login page really important?

I am building an app for saloon which includes services of that saloon. if user book the order only after login is it really necessary that we should add the skip log in page in the app .
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Should accessible buttons include contextual information

It is possible for screen-readers to navigate the page by links, this would make sense to include links that make sense without user having to understand what is around the button. For example "Save ...
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Design Patterns for Discoverability

What are some tried and true design patterns for discoverability in UI/UX, where information or a feature isn't necessarily overt at first glance, but is discoverable by using the interface through ...
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Why do numpads on keyboards and phones have reversed layouts?

I came across this on the web. It's supposed to be funny, but we all know better :) So, why are the numpad layouts different, and what are the reasons behind each?
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Logic of Next / Previous buttons when changes have been made to Previous

Can someone advise on logic of Next and Previous button when changes have been applied to previous item?
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Is it a “Natural language” form a good practice?

A good UX for a form is one that makes it easy and fast to use. An experimental form like this, that uses natural language instead of the usual form display seems to be simple to use and creative, ...
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What do you think of Copper's name field solution?

I am have been searching across several CRMs and I have not come across anyone who does the single name field as Copper does. I think it is brilliant and it can solve a situation in a design I am ...
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What's the best way to ask for user feedback about a specific element/section in a website?

I'm working a feedback form for a clinical platform which is used by health care providers (mainly doctors). The website has a patient dashboard where the doctor can see the patients clinical record ...

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