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I feel that the position of the button will depend on a few factors, which I list as follows: People's eye movement on the computer screen is always horizontal (moving left or right depends on the nature of the language which is displayed on screen) then downwards. So assuming that Save action is the final action that users will need to carry out in the ...


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There are not any specific rules to put edit on the top right side only. But I would suggest to keep it there only. CTAs like save, proceed, next prev are mostly kept on bottom side and edit on top right within the box of editable content make more sense to me.


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Just ditch the password. Let users provide their E-Mail Adress (and phone number for 2FA) and send them a login link/token if they want to log in. The best password no password at all.


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The maximum number of columns you should show is = to the number of columns that would be important to the user when using data to make a decision. If only three of the data columns are important then the maximum number of columns should be three. I do not believe there is a "hard" number on maximum number of columns because tables are a utility, ...


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It depends on the columns widths and content type (long words, large font sizes etc). Maintain min and Max width to each column, for a bit of fluid layout. If the table has fixed widths then it is easy to know where the table can overflow and handle by having a responsive layout breakpoint. If there are too many columns then better to show max 5 main columns ...


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Well if you talk about recommendations or guidelines, you should check miller's law which states that a human mind can remember up to 7(+-2) items once. so based on that min of 7 and max of 9 coloums would be sufficient for them to recall and perceive information. link- https://uxdesign.cc/millers-law-is-there-a-magical-number-in-ux-design-7999f92ef7b8#:~:...


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I think selecting a profile should be done on page A. That's also where the indication "check mark" is displayed. You can do a long-press action or add a checkmark button to each card (grey for inactive). I am not sure what page B is for. Most of the information (title, description) is already displayed on page A. You could just skip it and go ...


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Here are my thoughts about it, but I'm here to listen to your opinion too on this. Thanks for the help! Why would you limit the user in using specific characters in the first place? That's my first question, on oftentime I got these excuses. "It's for Security reason" More special characters don't make your password more secure, the longer of the ...


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For a collection of about 40 items, clustered checkboxes with category labels could be a good option. They would expose all possible items (like a dropdown) while showing which ones are in the selected state. An example from Zina Szőgyényi: This is a fairly standard pattern for report setup interfaces, and allows more options to be added over time. The ...


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A dual list builder can seem bulky in terms of persistent space, but it's clearer for comparison purposes. The clarity of a list builder or dual list box, is that it's clear not just about what's included / selected, but what's being excluded. This is useful when you have a fairly robust set to choose from, and there's a high price for errors. It's a ...


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