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What's the best UI to use to select between a before and after?

In my opinion, the colors are too loud when scanning the doc and can be intimidating in the case where a lot of changes were made. Since we are talking about changes that made to a document, in the ...
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What's the best UI to use to select between a before and after?

Taking a bit from from @Alvaro feedback and focusing on the kind of input the user needs to give, I thought of this solution. Let me know if it helps.
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What's the best UI to use to select between a before and after?

Some general comments that will help guide your decision, although the best option will probably need to be tested with the users to make sure that they also understand the behaviour correctly: You ...
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What to do when people in your team say “I have no feedback” in a design critique session

Engineers tend to assess design solutions from the perspective of whether the product can be built or not based on project, technology and team constrains and what future work they will be performing ...
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What to do when people in your team say “I have no feedback” in a design critique session

If issues have arose in previous designs, it is best to perform a post mortem analysis to determine whether any involved parties had knowledge that could have prevented those issues, and then ...
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What's the best UI to use to select between a before and after?

This will depend on the kind of question you want to ask: "Which do you want to keep: A or B?" The correct UI element in this case is not a checkbox but a radio button. "Do you want to keep the new ...
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What's the best UI to use to select between a before and after?

my issue is with the colours. red and green, in the western world, traditionally juxtapose to mean 'bad' or 'stop' and 'good' or 'go' - and this is a bad idea when you are trying to make the user make ...
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Most user-friendly collaborative editing way short of real-time?

Something like the way Git does it seems right. The user checks out a file, edits it, then checks it back in, performing a merge. The user has to perform the merge manually, and all versions are ...
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Who should manage CSS colour variables in a web project? Design or Front-End?

I assume when you say Front End you mean coding. And if so, this is clearly on the Design Team (or person) side. Color palettes (and while we are at it, accessibility for those color choices) are a ...
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Solutions disguised as problem statements

Unfortunately this is the reality of the way many organisations (whether they are primarily IT based or not) think about design, and therefore the constant struggle to find the right balance between ...
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Being part of a product team and a design team at the same time

The short answer for me would be clear communication with both teams about the goals we are aiming for and how they can be achievable. If there is simply not enough time to deliver and improve service,...
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Communicating design to non-designers

This is a general question so it's hard to provide specific answers. Many blogs and websites talk about the Feynman Learning Technique and I think it is a principle that applies when designers are ...
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How to work with devs as a junior UX designer

It's complicated...I mean, it really is. It's usually wise not to show something to a client unless you have some idea of the cost to deliver it - and by cost I don't just mean financial, but time, ...
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What to do when people in your team say “I have no feedback” in a design critique session

it's good to hear that you are putting in effort to gather as much feedback as possible on the designs at the beginning and also in the process. Good designs save time, cost and everyone's efforts in ...
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App product designers, how do you track user flows?

Any wireframing tool that allows connectors is fine. I use either Visio or Axure depending upon the complexity of the presentation. Visio is still the standard as far as I'm concerned. The following ...
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Metrics for comparative study of collaborative systems

Valuable metrics are closely linked to goals Good metrics are simply a way of measuring how well something meets goals. You might be able to find a standard list of parameters to measure, but it might ...
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