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Pick one date/time over multiple days

I have a website that lets the user select a specific time on a specific day, like "2PM on Wednesday July 2, 2019". I've tried a number of options, but they all seem clumsy. A multi-row single-item &...
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Character to designate default list item

If I want to designate an item in a text-only list as default, is there some standard character or symbol that I can use? I considered using *, but it is commonly used to designate modified files, so ...
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Patterns for listing users in a “room”

I'm building a little app that lists music recommendations to users in a room. I want to list the users in the room but have a hard time finding patterns for this. Right now it looks like this (by ...
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Better layout of many checkboxes with help text

I have a page for configuring access rights in a website. There are a number of checkboxes in the form. Each of these checkbox have a help text hover tooltip that provides a more detailed explanation ...
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Point of opening bottom sheet when overflow menu was clicked?

I was wondering what's the point of opening modal bottom sheet when overflow menu is clicked? Look at this : Modal bottom sheet behavior Because user have to reach the top of the screen to click the ...
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How to sort and filter a constantly changing list of data?

I have a web page (although I don't think that's relevant, it could equally be a desktop or mobile app) that displays a list of events. More events arrive all the time, and are added to the top of the ...
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A stickybar with CTA buttons?

I've started out my first UX project. I would like to know in which cases sellers might want to have a sticky bar with CTA buttons on it (see example below). How can I know that? Should I create a ...
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UX for non-traditional working time [duplicate]

This is my first post so please don't be critical with me if I do something wrong. So what is my case - Everyone knows the standard method to visualize the working hours of business: But what is if ...
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'And' Filter visualization

I am designing dashboard, and have a filters panel on the side. What is the best way to reflect the user that the filtering is an 'AND' combination and not an 'OR' combination?
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How to visually compare two values

My site needs to be able to compare two values visually. The comparison is trying to show how close (or far apart) the two values are numerically. I was thinking two bars like so: However, since there ...
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How to visually encode something “real/actual” vs “ideal/expected”?

In a data visualization, I need to show two lines: one representing an actual, observed value (in the example below: red), and one representing a norm, or what this value should be in an ideal case (...
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Examples needed: a toggle that shows a higher-contrast version of a site [closed]

Can someone give me examples of a feature that toggles to a high-contrast version of the website? I am only able to find 2 live website examples: https://www.smashingmagazine.com/?source=post_page-...
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Understand if user needs an undo and redo button always visible on the UI

So we have an app where users can undo or redo their changes using the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + Z and Ctrl + Shift + Z. There is no button available on the UI for them to do this. Only the keyboard ...
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Is a double modal pop up a concern?

What I mean is that say you select something on a webpage. It serves you a modal pop-up form to complete. On this form is a date-picker which would serve another full screen (on mobile) modal pop up. ...
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Has anybody done a qualitative analysis of support tickets?

I am at a company with a low UX maturity and have little access to actual user data (no interviews, feedback filtered through business analysts, no user tests). What we do have however is a large ...
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Progress bar or text label for progress in a list view

I have a scenario like the one below: There's a mobile app screen with a list view and there is FAB to add items to list view. Think of the app as something like Jira. So let's say the list items in ...
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Grid/table with lots of buttons

Considering I have a grid with a number of buttons for actions the user can perform. It looks like this. I have a number of similar grids in the system. I am wondering peoples opinions on if I should....
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Force user to enter an address for location based services

I would be happy to hear your opinion on following topic: I am working on an IOT gardening system. Many of our features need the address of the user to work, because of weather data. At the moment ...
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Mass / batch - update / edit cells with in a grid

I am looking for some ideas on the UX of allowing a user to edit multiple cells in a grid at one time. These users may have thousands of records and they need to provide data on each record, this data ...
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How to display a filter for a list of podcasts?

We're working on this huge site that includes a podcast section. The podcasts are done by many different people (no repetitions), and there are like 70-80 podcasts so far, adding one per week. Client ...
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How do present information in a pricing table to make it less cluttered and overwhelming?

I'm working on a Pricing table that not only has a lot of plan options involved, but also a lot of features under each plan. The higher the plan, the more features you get. To make it less ...
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Automatical Button-Less Login

I'm working on a project where we want to setup a button-less login form. The idea is, if you enter your credentials correctly, you will get logged in automatically (don't have to press ENTER or ...
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Interface for preventing certain items to be combinational with each other

Suppose that I have three lists with items [A1, ..., A10], [B1, ..., B10] and [C1, ..., C10] and I apply the cartesian product on those lists. Then I will get [[A1, B1, C1], [A2, B1, C1], ...] Now I ...
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Media Creation - What's an Alternative Terminology for X & Y Axis?

I'm creating an online media editor and am struggling to find alternate/correct terminology for aligning something (media) on the X-axis & Y-axis, or maybe these terms are understandable for users?...
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How can I make it clear for our users that Logo button is also a Back button?

Currently, my team is designing a Shopify-model website which basically looks a lot like Shopify. And here's the problem. When our users use the website builder and try to go back to the main admin ...
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Is there a standard for vibration pattern when a mobile device failed to send an alert that the user needs help?

I've been looking for any standards around haptic feedback of a mobile device when it tries to send out an alert for security but failed. I haven't found any clear answers so hoping I'll get some ...
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How do I use a block UI overlay without losing UI events?

Our application is a web app with a backend server. Each page in the web app has this structure. Header Body Footer The normal use case is User navigates to a page. User edits the fields in the ...
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What's a good UX alternative to a table with data?

I'm working on a profile page where a user (Tutor) can add subjects and details that they would like to teach. please refer to the attachment. I think that having a table is very cluttered and I'm ...
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Confirmation Pattern deleting a comment in Google Suite

Context I would like information about the current pattern to delete a comment from an app of the Google Suite. Where and How to find it Remove a comment made in Google Docs, Google Sheets, etc. ...
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What is this line referred as in a chart?

Is this called an anchor line? How is this supposed to be called?
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Is the absence of “Open in new tab” an antipattern?

Over the years with applications going more 'SPA' like I have noticed many sites using JavaScript click handlers for websites links which are visually a normal hyperlink (the login link on figma.com ...
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Which is the best way to deal with table, when we have more than 500 expandable list in a view page?

I have a view page in my application wherein I am listing the number of devices along with the device configuration details like protocol, Broker Ip, Payloads etc. I have designed this list in such a ...
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How to name a page that contains 3 features that have no relationship to each other?

I'm working on an intranet that requires users to input 3 different sets of information. One set is about their relationship to their organization (Partner, On leave, Applicant, etc). The second set ...
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What is a good tutorial for web app UI/UX design? [closed]

I'm building a web app, but I'm not a designer, so I rely on a lightweight CSS framework to provide the basic styling and structure of different UI elements. However, I usually struggle with how to ...
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In which order the payment method and total amount should present?

I am currently working on the payments process for a mobile application.I've run into a UX problem when designing the payment screen. Is there a convention for the order which payment method and ...
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Main difference between Lean UX and Agile [closed]

Which is(are) the main difference(s) between Lean UX and the Agile approach?
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User feelings when enjoyment is not a priority

Our human factors team are used to dealing with a userbase where their tool choice is mandated and training compulsory. Imagine a military context where the user is pressing a button to fire a cannon ...
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Research into expert status [closed]

I understand that UX is a temporal concept. I can design an interface great for adoptability but this might be sub optimal for experts. A good example would be command line interfaces for developers. ...
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How to make it obvious that autocomplete is not a dropdown

Let's say we have an autocomplete like this. The autocomplete has thousands of possible results and so we only display the first 20 results. Some of the results are very similar. This leads to two ...
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Data visualisation: Pie charts with really small values

How do you solve the problem of pie charts always having the possibility of really low values (like 0.1% or 1%) and thus really small slices. It becomes especially problematic when you want to show % ...
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Which platforms support a Hyper modifier key?

I've seen that some platforms support the modifier key Hyper (separate from Ctrl, Alt, Shift, Super/Cmd/Windows modifier keys). While this is not a common modifier, It's available in X11, and I read ...
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Implicitly overwrite file content

I'm currently programming a tool for downloading stuff from the internet. For the user, it is possible to specify a download folder where all downloaded files are stored. Assume that the program ...
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Chips and Button Sizes in Google Material Design

If the minimum tap area is 48x48dp (reference: material design accessibility), then what is the logic behind chips being 32dp in height (specs here) and buttons being 36dp in height (specs here)?
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Native date pickers VS Custom date pickers

What is the best practice use case for (calendar) date pickers? Native or custom? Native looks great on iOS and Android devices, however when we look at non-mobile calendar pickers the browsers vary ...
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Validation Tribulation - Multiple Simultaneous Meanings for the Word 'Cancel'

I've confused myself with a bunch of different Cancel buttons. In this scenario, the user initiates the "Document Packer", and starts to add items to their new pack. Before saving their new pack, ...
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Best way to let user select something underneath another an object

For an application I'm developing I've been thinking about an aspect of the UI. Imagine I have an application that lets me draw shapes. I can select drawn shapes by clicking inside of them. But there'...
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Why WCAG 2.0 doesn't comply with its own line length criterion of 1.4.8?

WCAG 2.0 Success Criterion 1.4.8 clearly specifies that to achieve AAA conformance level, Reading content in a single line should not exceed 80 characters for non-CJK (Chinese Japanese & Korean) ...
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Only button linked or whole item linked?

A site I'm working on has summary panels, with an action button to continue or view more details on that item. I'd like to make the whole panel clickable not only the button. Are there any negatives ...
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What is the best time/stage to ask Hosts/listers for phone verification?

For holiday rental apps such as Airbnb, booking.com and likes. What is the best time/stage to ask Hosts/listers for phone verification? On signup or after they list the property? Keep in mind, they ...
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UX Benchmarking: How much detail should be collected from a user within an enterprise product?

There's a lot of value collecting benchmark data about a user's experience over time. The problem that we are running into is how much information should we ask from our user to help us make informed ...

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