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I am looking to solve a problem where I can show up to 20 levels of hierarchal information

I need help with accommodating up to 20 levels of hierarchal data in my UI design. The data is basically how packaging in the supply chain is done. If a supplier is sending items to the buyer it will ...
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How to integrate upselling into an apps navigation?

The company im working with develops an application where customers pay for at least 2 modules (mandatory). We offer four other modules as well, which increase the cost per user and month. Those ...
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Better distribution of information on subpages without a good navigation or everything on one page?

I have to create a subsite with a lot of information for a customer and their CMS. However, their system does not allow me to include the subpages (4 Pages) within this subsite in the navigation. The ...
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Should keyboard users be able to tab outside an expanded menu.?

a keyboard user presses enter on a navigation button to open the associated menu the menu opens up the user presses tab to navigate into the expanded menu the user tabs through the expanded menu items ...
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Is there a reason why electronic training modules always have different UI and navigational widgets?

I've noticed that corporate electronic training module vary a lot in their UI approach, seemingly reinventing navigation patterns, widget design, visual style every time, even when created by the same ...
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Do "rage clicks" on navigation that is supposed to be used repeatedly indicate a problem?

Several click tracking tools track "rage clicks" on elements: (Crazy Egg, full story, Hotjar) These metrics track when a visitor clicks repeatedly in the same spot on the screen. In general ...
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If I were to move this profile picture element (within the pink box in image) would the downward facing arrow remain in the right side?

If I were to move this profile picture element (within the pink box in image) would the downward facing arrow remain in the right side? Or to the left?
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From a UX perspective, what keycloak can and can’t do?

From a UX perspective, what keycloak can and can’t do? I was asked to design a signup page and follow and use our existing security tasks that a user must finish before they are allowed to log in. ...
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Switching off AI capabilities/features

This would not have been a relevant question except for the rapid uptake and integration of AI language model capabilities in some very popular software platforms and applications. However, users don'...
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Do I need a new collection for each component with variables and tokens in Figma?

I understand there are primitives, which are raw data, and I have to reference them. But do I have to create a new collection every time for each component? And how do modes blend into it then?
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What's the name of this element?

Consider the part in black right above the navigation header. I always knew it as "supra-header," but every time I mention it, nobody seems to know what I'm talking about, so I guess there's ...
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Push notification when app is killed by the user?

My team is wanting to find a way to notify the user that when swiping up to kill our app, certain features/functionality will be compromised. We have thought about adding some information in the ...
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Differentiate premium features from normal features

Context: I am designing for a B2B SaaS product and we want to lock features with the following states for different users: Locked State: For free-plan users not having access to add-on features and ...
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Action buttons for modal in view and edit mode

I have a modal that displays the details of an user or product (view mode). You can click the edit button to show the form (edit mode). Pressing Cancel will bring you back to View mode. And clicking ...
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Why are sidebars usually placed on the right, irrespective of dominant hand?

Being right-handed, this frustrates me. For example, consider a Google Gmail desktop version. It is placed towards the left, like similar applications. Some people say that due to "Western style&...
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Dropdown list options punctuation

is it best practice to have periods at the end of a dropdown list item? I understand using question marks if the options are questions but if each option is a statement, should we use a period?
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Simplifying Matrix UI Approach

I have a current design which is in matrix form where columns and rows can be added and value is added. Is there any other solution for this other than using matrix. I dont want to use the matrix ...
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What is the best UI to override excluded values?

I am working on a SaaS application where the user has set a list of values to be excluded from all records (let's call them global exclusions). This is a list of 7-10 string values. When creating a ...
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Why does Material 3 contains no color for success, while there is one for error?

Why does Material 3 contains no color for success, while there is one for error? Seems a bit asymmetric? Wonder if this is intentional, as in: "success is a normal flow, no further color ...
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Search Interface

In the page layout, the left panel serves as a menu with a list of teams, while the right panel displays a corresponding list of members and their roles. The first item on the team list is selected by ...
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Multi-select Dropbox

how should I handle this multi-select for luggage selection. if I remove first bag the next step with throw an error. I was thinking should I only allow the user to delete the last item added or if ...
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How should I label restart/resume buttons for a device passed from user to user?

I am working on a virtual reality application that is designed to be passed from user to user. We detect when someone removes the headset from their face, and detect when the headset is activated ...
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Best way to reorganize large forms with niche user group?

I've hit a challenge with designing a web application that has a long form with many text field inputs (30+). Solutions go against best practices. Users are very technical and are engineers who need ...
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To meet accessibility requirements, do decorative images have to be inline?

In a document, if your image is marked as decorative, can it be set to wrap text around it and still be considered accessible? It seems as though if a screen reader is going to ignore the image anyway,...
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List View more collides with page view more

We are putting together a page with a list of Rules. We limit the number of rules that can be seen by page to 48 and add a View More at the bottom of the page. Each rule is expandable on the page and ...
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What exactly do you count when filtering items in multiple filtering menus that all interact to filter a dataset

Example Let's say I have some tabular data. This is a contrived short example, but imagine thousands of rows and a dozen columns. Type Value A Foo A Bar B Foo B Bar And you can filter this table ...
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In an app with a left sidebar for navigation and a hideable right sidebar for contextual info, how contextual should it be?

Our navigation sidebar is on the left. We also have this right-hand sidebar to provide contextual info based on the feature that a user is looking at. Within a given feature, Cohorts in this ...
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Form validation question where if you click in a required field but leave it without typing it displays an error

This is a form on a webpage with about 8 text fields. I am curious has anyone seen this pattern which I am thinking of using. The submit button on the form is disabled. If the user clicks in a ...
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Should I display related data in the same pop-up screen with save buttons?

I have a screen where the user have to enter two input 1. Valuation 2. Impact Should I display the two in the same screen to make it easy for the user ? It is correct to have two save buttons in the ...
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Show two set of dates in a chart for comparison

I'm working on a graph that compares two date ranges, but based on the feedback I received, there's some confusion. It appears that the graph is being interpreted as spanning from January 1 to January ...
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Should all columns in a data table be provided the functionality of filtering?

In a data table with at least 20 columns and various data types, e.g. strings, numbers, categories, should we provide the functionality of every column being able to be filtered? Or only provide ...
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Google Analytics tracking over multiple tabs

Hi I want to know if GA4 can track multiple tabs to one user, the reason is we have a site and a tool combined into one, the tool or site requires opening a new tab.
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Should Reset Page be underlined if not what constitutes WCAG rules?

I have a reset page text where it returns back to it's last saved state. Should this be underlined? Below you can see an open/close section which I do not have underlined. I know links that navigate ...
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How do you generally handle preview of markdown content?

I'm rendering a lot of markdown in my applications e.g. a forum with an overview of posts that render a preview of that markdown. How does stackexchange handle preview of markdown? Take for example ...
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Filtering options best practices for a long list of keyword options

Currently our keyword filter options are ordered by the number of results for each particular keyword. It's a pretty long list and users may not know what options are there but have an idea of what ...
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Confirm PIN Creation on different screen

I'm working on a mobile app and we ask for the user to create PIN to access the platform. We want to ask for the PIN confirmation and I'm wondering if there is any best practice that says the PIN ...
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Recommended UI for tabular data where dataset has varying properties

I have some data in the following format: [{ "Message": "TICKETING DUE", "Vendor": "SA", "WarningDateTime": "2024-02-...
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How to visually designate hyperlink that leads to glossary of terms?

Let's say, there is a complex data governance software tool. One of its features is a dedicated glossary with technical definitions of all the industry specific terms. Next, when a user generates some ...
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What's the best way to design an input that allows users to fill in exact answers but also estimated ones?

For example, for a date field, users need to be able to input an exact date, but also must be able to input an estimated date (eg. " around 2024", "around Jan or Feb of 2024") if ...
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UX Research: Tree Test with profile picture menu

I would like to do a Tree Test for a site (using UserTesting.com) but one of the nodes in my tree would be a profile picture in the top right of the screen that clicks open to reveal a menu. It's ...
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Selecting a table row for highlighting when there are interactive cells

I have table that looks like this: I need the switches to be toggleable and the APRAKSTS to be editable (it probably needs some kind of indicator). Also, as you can see, the last 3 columns have ...
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User Journey Map confusion regarding starting point and goals

I'm taking some online coursework to improve some of my weaknesses regarding research. I'm creating a User Journey Map for a case study and am a bit baffled by some context. Hypothetically, let's say ...
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Should users be able to invite and set different types of permission for each invitee?

I noticed that in Google Drive, if you were to invite more than one person, you're only able to set one type of permission (Viewer, Commenter, or Editor) for everyone. So if you had different sets of ...
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In a book, what are the pros and cons of short, medium-length, and long multi-clause chapter titles?

Chapter titles in a book can be like this: Autumn Winter Looking back or like this: Life in the old country The day of the move What James thought he knew or like this: Between 10 and 20: from ...
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Should a Skeleton loading effect be used when refreshing a view with data already present?

I'm developing a mobile app, should I display a skeleton effect when the user trigger a pull refresh even when there's already a data on the screen and won't load a new or additional data in those ...
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Show menus that should be contained in each module

I am creating a system that has different modules that need to be shown (in my example: Payroll, Bonus, Loan, Severance, Annual Tax) that each have different processes but all of them (except Annual ...
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Assessing whether a feature is needed via a survey or unmoderated test

A product manager dreamt up and designed a feature. They want me to quickly find out whether users actually need it by running a quick unmoderated test. The feature is a contextual search in a music ...
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Showing missing information related to a multi-page form in a list view

I have a screen that lists all the automations setup on our application. To setup an automation requires three pieces of information. This is done using a multi-step/ multi-page form. I would like to ...
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Open an app within an app

I'm designing a job board app for a client, where users can look for jobs and apply for them. The app is not for one specific client but can be duplicated to the brand and style of multiple clients ...
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Seeking Advice: Assigning Distinct Colors to Entities in an E-commerce Platform

I'm currently in the process of building an e-commerce platform, and I'm looking for some insights on a design aspect. Our platform encompasses various sections such as customers, company, billing, ...
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