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In this article by Nick Babich, Design a Perfect Search Box, he suggests that if the search field is important, it should be prominent, showing the text field instead of only the button. The main reasons are: It can be the fastest route to discovery for users; Search hidden behind an icon makes search feature less noticeable; Search hidden increases the ...


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Template Usage I am not sure what your question about the template usage is. I think you automatically reuse already existing components when designing, so it isn't even a question - of course you should reuse them to work smarter. "Downgrading" I think the bigger question here is how to approach a "downgrade" of a complex desktop application into a ...


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When it comes to the mobile application - or the mobile version - it is initially worth choosing the form and technology. Whether it will be just the RWD version of the existing platform, a native application (IOS, Android) or non-native (Flutter, Native) I like your thinking, when it comes to minimizing components and information, due to its ...


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Zeplin's sales pitch is "Handoff designs and styleguides with accurate specs, assets, code snippets—automatically", however products often don't live up to the simple ideals of sales pitches plus bugs and change exist in most software so there is room for automation tools to yield undesirable results. Perhaps you didn't setup the project properly? https://...


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An app can show more than one button in a layout at a time, so a high-emphasis button can be accompanied by medium- and low-emphasis buttons that perform less important actions. When using multiple buttons, ensure the available state of one button doesn’t look like the disabled state of another. So to answer your question I would say:


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If you think about the equivalent in coding, where a snippet of code can be reviewed, a module of code can be unit tested, and a program can be integration tested, and finally a suite of applications can be system tested, it is possible to apply the same concept to UI design. You should test a component for its atomicity (since it is based on Atomic Design),...


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To answer your questions quickly, I'm gonna pull up screenshots from a project I worked on where I had to design similar components. I hope they are of help to you. 1 - Best way to be able to display progress and inform the user about the upload situation in a single upload. [ Additionally, you could show the percentage of file uploaded (this depends on ...


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What is the need of your audience? Is it gender specific or not? If you’re not designing for a gender-specific use case you are safe to just leave gender out of it altogether.


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Straight on to your question, it's not mandatory to create personas from the gender if it's actually not making difference to the user base. Like, you are creating an app like ola/uber you have to take care of lady passengers on-boarded, we have to provide additional security features like SOS, tips, etc... Another way, if you creating an app for the food ...


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Based on my professional activity and what I learned in college you must do a research to gather data on potential users, after that you should group your users based on similarities and create user profiles. I would recommend that you create one persona for each profile. The number of primary personas can also change if your service has different kind of ...


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This is an interesting problem, firstly I'm assuming there is some cultural / regional norm to consider? For example in the UK it would be fairly unusual to try to flush general trash. Although you're right that there are certainly people who do this, baby wipes / sanitary products etc. As with a lot of design this seems like an "it depends" type of answer, ...


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I think the word you're looking for is "Tag Cloud". Additionally, the size of the cloud (circles, in your example) usually depends on pre-defined parameters. For example, you can visit Stackexchange's website: https://stackexchange.com/sites and notice that the size of the box depends on the number of people in the community (and other parameters as well, ...


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This is commonly refferred to as bubble chart. Probably the most common package for charts (for web-design) is chart.js var myBubbleChart = new Chart(ctx, { type: 'bubble', data: data, options: options }); As for floating and bouncing, I doubt that. Then it's no longer a chart. But it shouldn't be too hard, you probably might wanna use canvas ...


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I'm assuming they're talking about something like this: From what you've described, they might be looking for something like classic iOS date spinner, or the Material UI "datetime-local" component found here: https://material-ui.com/components/pickers/ Each number field - day, month, year, hour, minute - can be moved up or down via the keyboard, similar to ...


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Changing how apps function is usually a UX nightmare. The older the app, the worse it gets. Age is the defining factor of this issue and your sounds very old. This change could be a truly deep negative experience for a major portion of your users. If you have users that don't use computers elsewhere, this could be a life changer for them because it's their ...


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