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How do you find inspiration without copying someone's work

Easy steps: Get familiar with the platform specific design guidelines. It will make you to know all the rules, constrains, etc. There are official guidelines for iOS, Android, Web etc. iOS: Human ...
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Checkbox dirty state

You could highlight all changed items in the form in a background colour, such as Yellow. I don't know whether this is good practice, but I have seen this already.
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Best way to move items in a list when the list is paginated

What about this: When you start dragging a row an additional option appear which can be also a table row but with different style. For example with dashed border. This row will have the copy - "...
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Checkbox dirty state

Use a combination of versioning and element styling to highlight the changes. Since the case is, "As a user I want to learn about what's changed by myself and others", you might have a "...
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How do you find inspiration without copying someone's work

When I was a junior, I always draw inspiration from other people's work. But as I grew mature in my field, I realised that our inspiration must and always be our users -- the people who use our ...
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How do you find inspiration without copying someone's work

One advice I recently heard is a simple 3 step process: Find & analyze your inspiration Sleep on it Design your thing without looking at inspiration
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Accessibility of Icon Buttons?

For icon buttons, WCAG does not specifically say (*) you need labels. I think the guideline you're thinking of is WCAG 3.3.2 Labels or Instructions. "User input", as referenced in that ...
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