New answers tagged

1

Most users are familiar with how text fields work, and most text fields allow you to safely edit text without triggering something irreversible (like posting or sending). Changing fundamental behavior, like the return key, will cause the user to make mistakes, and those mistakes will cause the user to feel negativity towards your program. That said, if the ...


0

What do users expect? Context matters. Based on traditions of user interfaces, most users probably expect to press Enter OR click a Save button to enter text in a field. Giving both options often makes the most sense. On the other hand, if saving the text also sends you to another screen, then you want to prevent accidental actions, probably by not allowing ...


2

I think you can show status "Saving" under the text field when a user clicks Enter button or change cursor focus on another element. If user leaves the page just do autosave of last unsaved data. It shouldn't be too complicated.


0

As I understand your problem, the solution below will be helpful, but versions for the illustration can be studied further to be influenced more proper. As you seen from the link to codepen.io, the animated placeholder would be very appropriate to give a direction to the user.


0

Please have a look at this article. https://uxplanet.org/the-18-must-do-principles-in-the-form-design-fe89d0127c92 You should not have inputs one next to the other. You should place duration below description for a logical user flow.


1

First of all, I agree with Guillaume that the second option is cleaner. Making the user tell you where they got their code before they even enter it is confusing, and honestly a step they should not have to deal with - your system should just recognize where they came from. Making them put that in is putting burden on the user rather than the system, not a ...


1

Second screen looks much clearer. But my suggestion would be to zoom out a bit on the user journey. I can see sign in / up but this access code is confusing and as you mentioned, users drop off and you fail to capture their contact details. Within this scenario, here's my 2c: Implement a sign up / in on 1st screen. From there when a user signs up, only ...


0

download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups I tried to prepare a simple showcase how you might prefer to apply it onto your case. Even I preferred to use the color markers on the left side of the folder names, you may try to apply it on the right-most part alternatively. The colors are up to you but I reccomend red one for locked ...


1

To account for good User experience, you can indicate the references that are in use or not (the difference can be colour) and indicate those that cannot be tampered with (use of padlock icons as you've mentioned). However, you could also tweak the arrangement just like you have it in the sample picture that all unactionable elements, references in use and ...


Top 50 recent answers are included