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If you are thinking about doing a workshop with more people maybe you could use a miro board with screenshots of the screens you want to discuss. Attaching comments (for instance: user feedback) to each screenshot could help identify critical UX issues. As you mention you want to see the product in a fresh way I would also suggest having a look at the data ...


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Acting as a UX consultancy for good results you should do: Heuristic Evaluation Expert Review maybe with User testing if possible. Among these you can also combine component and pattern consistency for UI and flow patterns.


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Whilst it probably won't tick the "fun" box, if you're looking primarily at the interface you could conduct an interface audit/inventory. https://bradfrost.com/blog/post/interface-inventory/ The goal is to identify and document the various components used in the interface and then assess whether they are used consistently and effectively. E.g. Is ...


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"The goal is to identify critical UX issues, mostly by looking at the UI, and improve the overall look and feel of the product in the future." This sounds to me then as a case for Qualitative UX testing rather than UX audit. You could find couple of people that didn't worked on this product, and create them small assignment to test how clear design ...


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the easiest way to identify critical issues is to conduct a heuristic evaluation of your product, it can be done inhouse, a short article from the leader NN group on 10 principles of heuristic can be found at https://www.nngroup.com/articles/ten-usability-heuristics/ You could give each team member 1 or two principles of heuristics to test against and ...


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If you use the Material Design documentation as a reference, I think a navigation rail or a floating action button group would be closest to what you are looking for, but there are always new interpretations and adaptations to the core components described. Therefore, you will find that often Material Design requires some interpretation and adaptation ...


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I checked in the Google Forms code but it's not really helping ha ha :D Some research I would go for a mix between utilites and the way it display. It seems to be an "Editor Toolbar" that floats and which is sticky to a certain position. I tried so search about "Sticky Floating Tool Bar Editor" by got a lot of noise in the result. Adding &...


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