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Applications: why are sometimes some characters underlined?

Possible shortcuts are via the keyboard. Quote from here: journalofaccountancy.com/.../thoseunderlinedlettersinthetoolbar.html Those underscores are very useful because they give users an ...
turbopixel's user avatar
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One app with more features vs. separate apps focused on one thing

As with most questions on UXSE, context is the key when it comes to making decision about your users. You used the example of Facebook which initially had a lot of different 'products and services' ...
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One app with more features vs. separate apps focused on one thing

The term you're looking for is debundling. Debundling is definitely not just a UX decision. It's a collective decision between business technology and design. There are many reasons why not to ...
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Should I use only one icon for a key in a keyboard?

Additionally, from a UX/UI perspective, don't use a close symbol for delete. It's generally accepted in users minds that the circle X is for closing something like a pop up. The most common symbol ...
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Accessible tools for prototyping?

Lo-fi protyping is a way to test out ideas quickly. You could start prototyping voice UI converations by drafting scripts and then acting them out through roleplaying. You could then even record the ...
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What is a good role name for this application?

Could it be "Owner" or "Access/Domain Owner"? If there is now owner it kinda belongs to everyone. If there is an owner (or more) they are the only ones to have access to it.
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Best UX for blocking users from using a form twice

If the user has already filled out the form, visiting the site a second time doesn't require them to view the form again. A message on the main page thanking them very much for the new visit would ...
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Are mandatory notifications GDPR compliant?

What you are asking can also be categorised as "User Consent". As per GDPR, it is mandatory to take the Consent of the user to collect data and use the data for push notification. However, ...
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What is the relationship between screen size and application design? Is it a two-way street?

You are close to a philosophical question here 😁 I think there is kind of a two-way street idea there indeed. Clearly there are several things to take into account, I think. To illustrate this ...
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App revamp would mean all locally stored video and audio data will be wiped out

I don't have enough information to estimate the seriousness of loosing this data (i.e., are there a few full-feature films, or hundreds of short takes; is it only a download issue, i.e., time and ...
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Best UX for blocking users from using a form twice

Be friendly and let the user know that they're done, and what they can do next, without placing blame. If they came back in error, they're receiving a friendly reminder. If they're trying to game the ...
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What is a good role name for this application?

If no user has this role, that means the application is accessible for ALL users This role is commonly called "Guest". The application is available to all guests. If one or more users has this ...
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Should I use only one icon for a key in a keyboard?

First of all, you should change the visual aspect of these buttons so that they don't all look like they will perform the same way. Make sure that the tabs as obviously tabs, that they buttons below ...
MJB's user avatar
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What is a good role name for this application?

My 2c: If no user has this role, that means the application is accessible for ALL users If one or more users has this role, only those users can access the app This could be referred to as ...
dougajmcdonald's user avatar
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What is a good role name for this application?

A commonly used word for in this context is permission. However, if you're specifically looking for a certain word and their definition, the English StackExchange is where you find the experts for ...
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Application List View

Here are some thoughts, with the caveat that I don't really know who your customers are or how they're going to use this shortcut system. -- People are used to screens being populated with icons, ...
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Are there tools that emulate (mobile) 'screen glare'?

You can apply a screen glare texture on top of your UI in any graphics editor (Photoshop, for example in screen blending mode with levels adjustment of the image) or to make it an overlay image in ...
Pavlo Grubyi's user avatar
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User interface for distributed and open/public (e.g. blockchain-based) applications

A distributed system doesn't have to blockchain-based. The right word in here is: decentralized. In a truly decentralized system a peer is disconnected from the entire world (no central servers). The ...
Bindu's user avatar
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User interface for distributed and open/public (e.g. blockchain-based) applications

Here are some of technologies that will completely disrupt UI and UX making a big part (if not all) of screen interaction obsolete. Natural Language Processing Pattern Recognition Augmented ...
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User interface for distributed and open/public (e.g. blockchain-based) applications

The use of conversational UI as a way to sort and filter large amounts of data could help. Also predictive UI in terms of showing people what they need to see at the right time. It's a very excting ...
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What are some apps/software examples where users can create content, share content, and/or pull content from?

Not sure if I'm reading your question correctly, but there are a ton of things like this. Pretty much all social media platforms are built on this concept. They are built on user created content that ...
Brett East's user avatar

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