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Create Routes from tasks

In the admin panel, I have the ability to create a game using a multi-step form. There is one game type that gives the user the ability to place tasks on the map and create a routes from these points. ...
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Where should you allocate the edit and delete buttons in collapsible panels?

I am a webdeveloper and am looking for a better solution in a private project of mine, which is a wiki-like webpage for a Dungeon's and Dragons campaign. I have a list collapsible panels, each ...
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How to differentiate between click (and release) button and press (and hold) button

I'm working on an interface for an industrial application. It's a portable touch screen that controls an industrial machine. Like any interface we have buttons which triggers various behaviour when ...
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Using multiple ranking scale labels in a survey

Is it incorrect or confusing to use different labels in a set of ranking questions on a survey? (1 always being the least favorable, and 5 being the most favorable.) Note that this survey is intended ...
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Focus group for international non-native English speakers

I'm planning and moderating a series of remote focus groups with people around the world whose native language is not English. Their English speaking abilities will vary. I'm looking for advice ...
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What information density is reasonable?

I guess this question could be quite subjective, with many dependencies (frequency of use, literacy, data complexity, use cases etc). But let's step back and question what research/ evidence exists to ...
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Best practices for System Usability Scale (SUS) Scoring

My UX team has always utilized SUS Scoring after our usability tests. We work with Student Information System Software and after testing a new feature, we follow up with a SUS Scoring survey. The ...
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Icon representing VAT number [closed]

What icon would you use to represent the VAT number of an EU company? That is, one that would fit nicely with @ for e-mail, map for physical address, etc., for example on a contact page.
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Why do Dutch truck number plates have a gap in the 'zero'?

Some recent number plates of Dutch trucks have a gap in the top left part of the 'zero'. Example: (source: cbr.nl) I assume this is done to increase readability; I can't think of any other reason. It ...
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Structured info with a stand-out element

Principal Element Our learning webpage / application will display various information organized in different structures. All of those information bits are displayed as cards. We are currently trying ...
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Best practices/rationale for unified vs separate keyboard/mouse navigation of lists?

Context I'm in the process of designing/implementing a filterable object creation palette with categorized results for a visual content creation application. I'm trying to decide how to handle ...
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Table which contains checkboxes and radio buttons - labels issue

Table, which enables users to configure items within. User can select "active" items (checkboxes) and among them he/she needs to select just one "best one" item (radio button). I ...
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What are best practices for registration process?

I'm designing an mobile app. There are 4 input fields that users must fill all to complete the registration. Those are full name, email address, password and username. First, I thought placing all in ...
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Filterable table column with dynamic unit

I develop a dashboard for telecommunications service monitoring. In a couple of tables there is an Outage column, which shows the outage in days. In most cases the outage is longer than 1 day, but ...
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Datepicker: Selection of multiple

I'm designing a web management software that requires users to indicate their work days. These users do not have regular work days and hence we decided to allow them to just pick their work days from ...
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Image comparison sliders and visual accessibility

I am creating an image slider for a site, and I am confused on how to successfully meet wcag requirements. Below is an example that conveys the idea of what I am creating. I have read a couple ...
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What's best practice for including correct answers in tree tests?

Let's say I'm creating a tree test to validate my IA for a grocery shopping website. When I'm creating the tree, I'm wondering if I should include the target in the tree, or stop the tree at the next ...
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Concerned that listing “other” may mislead when displaying ranges

In the image below, you can see below the blue line 4 options. I am creating a step by step wizard where I try to minimize the amount of user typing required by adding in clickable buttons to collect ...
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List with few elements sizing

I'm having an issue with displaying a list in an overlay when there are a few elements on it. The business owner prefers to have the list shrink as the content is less. Here is my example : First ...
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Button to change language [duplicate]

I am developing a website in two languages (English and Italian) and I use a flag icon to switch between them. What is the common/best practice if I am viewing the Italian page? Show the Italian flag,...
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Should the “open new window” icon ever be the only way to click a link?

I have a request from a user to remove the link from the text and ONLY have the "open new window" icon be what is clickable for that link. The reason is that the text is something he wants ...
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What is the 'Go' button on a page of a set of forms called?

The user has completed a form in a set of forms. Or made some option choices. The button, bottom right, loads the next form. What's the correct generic name for this button? (I called it the 'Go' ...
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Usability of colour pickers in HSL format compared to RGB and HEX

Reading a recent article about HSL colour pickers being more user-friendly, I thought about the reason why the RGB and HEX colour pickers exist and who they are catering for, and it seems quite ...
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How should I indicate that the user correctly chose the incorrect option?

I have a language-learning app that shows the user a sentence with an extraneous word added that doesn't make sense in the context, and they have to choose which word doesn't belong: When they tap a ...
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Should vertical scrolling be always enabled in iOS screens?

Two of my colleagues think, in iOS apps, vertical scrolling (irrespective of whether the screen has UI elements or content like pictures etc..) should always be enabled on iOS screens. Even when there ...
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Three state check box (three real states, not indeterminate). A good idea?

I am making a budget tracking app that takes in your transaction history. In order to classify transactions, you can create Filters (eg Filter "fast food" = ContainsText("Mcdonalds"...
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Is it weird to create a text button instead of an icon for notifications?

I'm designing an app aimed for older generations. In that sens, I've decided to use a text button instead of an icon button for the notifications. I find it easier to identify what that button do if ...
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Potential legibility issues with using a unique font for each character in a game

I have a game where players talk with characters with dialogue boxes. I would like each character to have their own font to add personality to the characters and dialogue. Will this create a ...
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Filters: How to make sure users understand that they need to confirm their filter selection?

Due to performance constraints, our e-commerce site's filter results page cannot have a filter that auto-updates when any filter values are updated. Therefore, we have 2 'Apply Filter' options- one ...
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Is it a good decision to include monospace fonts in UI?

I'm working on a blogging platform which have a community of writers. In the first iteration, I paired a monospace font with a serif font for the entire platform because those two fonts are most ...
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How to make checkbox selection less of an eyesore?

I'm working on a component (see image) that shows the results of a keyword search. Each result displays: the title/link to an article, a snippet from the article, a checkbox reading "This ...
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Q: How to differentiate two types of post?

I am new to UX design and I am currently developing a design prototype for our project. Our project sort of a social media + shopping website. For our website, there are two types of posts: shopping ...
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Should I cover every single user flow including error states in wireframes for web and mobile applications?

While creating wireframes, I mostly create the obvious screens and flows, and leave out all the micro flows like error states or less important screens. These are then fleshed out when creating the ...
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Design with an accordion inside an accordion [duplicate]

Is it a silly idea to have a UI where you open an accordion and another accordion appears inside, and when you tap it, multiple forms appear? The goal is to hide as much as possible the fields where ...
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Button placement in the container/widget

In our case, each container/widget has one primary CTA. Because each widget/container contain important data points related to that widget. User may choose to download the data of the widget. Problem: ...
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Progressive Disclosure: Checkboxes vs Switches

I'm designing a web app that has forms where the user can turn features on and off with switches. When certain features are turned on, the form displays additional fields/controls that provide ...
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In UX, which is the main branch for health disciplines?

We're rebuilding our main website and giving more importance to the projects we worked on. Since we're working a lot with health related projects (mainly psychology and neurology), I'm building a ...
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Tabbing into a hidden navigation menu

This is a question about the interaction between navigation via keyboard (tabbing) and initially-hidden navigation items. I’m asking from both a UX and accessibility perspective. My site has a slide-...
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Triggering pull to refresh on load

I am using a pull to refresh on my page. But the page also loads "OnInit". How do I let the user know that the current information is old when it is initially loaded? Should I trigger the ...
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When a client-side action needs to be validated from server-side, is it better to make the user wait or 'undo' the action if validation fails?

As written in the title, I'm wondering what is generally considered a better User Experience in situations where performing an action on the client-side needs to be validated server-side before the ...
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What would the best UX journey in terms of UI components for PDF data extraction to editing of content ? I have attached the requirement below [duplicate]

The steps involves are the following : User uploads the PDF into the web app. All data are extracted and arranged according to the content in respective control group. Example : Admin , Security , ...
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Differentiate Design Systems incl. code-snippets from repositories

I'm currently doing some research on design systems (hereafter DS) because we want build one. Context Requirements for a DS guides our designers when building something that needs to conform to our ...
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For a website, what are good ways to indicate there is more content below the fold?

On a Mac, the scroll bars are pretty minimal or invisible. This question talks about that - Is the currently most used scrollbar pattern good for ux? I usually try to put content that gets cut off on ...
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Where should website logo link to in an organization with multiple platforms? [duplicate]

We have an organization that has a /forum (discourse), a /news (ghost CMS), /learn(learning platform) and etc. They all share a similar navigation with the organization's logo in the middle and ...
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Should checkbox label with passive adjective include word “is”?

My use case is that I have a checkbox that relates to object (card) and visually it is on that card. My question is: Is it better to form a label for the checkbox like "Hidden" or like "...
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Scrollable container - Accessibility

we are hoping to use a scrollable container in the terms and condition section. The container is NOT iframe and we will make it with overflow hidden CSS. I need your thoughts only from the ...
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Conflicting filters in advanced search

I'm going to try to be straight on this one. So implying I have an advanced search in which i start filtering by ANY contents that have "Quantity Type" as abc, by setting: Quantity type IS ...
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Any best practice on how to represent player progress stat in a game?

I'm making a musical game where user should recognize notes and get faster at note reading. I'm in the designing process and I get quite stuck on the designing of the player progress on the level ...
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Verify work email with an OTP

I have been working on a website, where work email is an important part of the website. But due to some restrictions, we can not make official email verification mandatory. Currently, OTP will be sent ...
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What produces a better response: emails sent in rapid fire vs a drip campaign?

We have a transactional email ("You've received a friend request") that is sent to users when they receive a friend request on our platform. It is important for us that user takes action on ...

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