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How to present a multi-facet 5-star rating system?

I am a strong supporter of concentrating on a single object at a time when rating. This makes it less overwhelming for the user. I think some kind of swipeable card system would make this rating ...
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Best practice for selecting a recurring event?

Planning of tasks tends to be more contextual than mathematical. What does that mean? It means that you go to soccer practice every Tuesday, pay your rent on the last work day of the month, download ...
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Reminder/Alarm time picker - default time?

Why not round up to the next full hour? You'd get all the benefits of defaulting to the current time with barely any of the hassle. If the target time is within the hour, you'd only have to access ...
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Reminder/Alarm time picker - default time?

I feel giving people choices to edit hours, minutes and am/pm is much better option to have in your alarm and for this i think showing current time will be great. Also, there is much better ...
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Address Autocomplete: Manual or Autocomplete

You've answered your first question (Which method of entry is more effective...): Initial usability testing has shown that from a group of 100 users, 60 users preferred autocomplete... A couple ...
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Measuring the user experience of Augmented reality application for elderly

Concerning the second question, Blažica & Lewis detail their method of translating SUS to Slovenian in their paper A Slovene Translation of the System Usability Scale: The SUS-SI. They use method ...
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How to show correct vs. incorrect order of elements that the user ordered?

I think before studying the colors and positions, you should know all the possibilities of error. In the example of the question no clarification is necessary, if there are only two wrong positions, ...
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Best practice for input fields on mobile

For me, option 4. I use shorter input fields for fields that can only have a few characters worth of input. For anything else, I use full width fields. Reason being is that you can manage ...
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Best practice for selecting a recurring event?

Information hierarchy in your case is reversed You will first have to take make the user select desired interval and then allow the user to input number of days/week/months. We recently designed ...
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Best practice for selecting a recurring event?

I Think there should be hierarchy in layout and options should be daily, weekly, monthly as per the below example
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Should the steering wheel of car be on right or left?

I'm pretty sure that has to do with the side of the road you drive on. You didn't specify which Asian countries, but as a quick test I looked at Chinese car interiors (wheel on left) and Japanese ones ...
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How to tackle browser's back and forward buttons/arrows?

The browser has back and forward buttons whether we like it or not. I would work with that. If the buttons are present but made non-functional by the developer, the end-user is likely to find the ...
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Best practice for selecting a recurring event?

I would say that your approach should depend on the tasks your users need to perform. For example: if I want to schedule a meeting which occurs every Monday morning I would want to set a start/end ...
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Indicate hover (or tap) will show more information with many elements

Some suggestions: Add some structure to the view to separate the references block more clearly. Use white space and font size, too. Font size helps to convey the importance of the information ...
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Best way to ask the user which dictionary he wants to use

Here your problem is what will happen when list increase. So short answer make it simple for the developer and for the user. Add 2 drop down (from, to) that will handle if lists go long and even as ...
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What are the best select all / deselect all icons

If you are searching for general answers I recommend using a label until and unless you have strict reasons not to use so. From http://goodui.org/ Icons can be wide open to interpretation and ...
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Clarity vs Ease of Use?

I'd go for option one because all options are visible from the start. I agree with you that option two will only require the user to fill out what he/she needs but the options are hidden in a drop ...
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How to force the user to draw on certain elements if there are images in the layout

You can do something like this: The first scenario allows the user to easily find the continue playing button in the banner, while also indicating your progress in each episode via a progress bar. ...
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Do people equate limited as being simple or something else?

Why people choose software in general is well explained by Technology acceptance model (TAM) and extended Technology acceptance model (TAM2). In TAM perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use both ...
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Number of (atomic) actions to perform a task

References for likelihood of use / clicks: Jared M. Spool writes about research conducted to test the famous "Three click rule" in web design. The link to the article can be found here. In this ...
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Clarity vs Ease of Use?

Solution also depends on a frequency that the expenditures should get filled in. For example: If user fills the form very rarely, e.g. once a year, and its result is some important decision (e.g. ...
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Force full registration now or only when needed?

You've already identified the tradeoff — neither approach is categorically better than the other. Let's look at two things: weighing the tradeoff in business terms, and alternative sign-in UX. ...
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Best practice for input fields on mobile

Go with the first, where the fields are stretched out over the whole width. For a mobile phone this makes sense: The screen is smaller so field widths won't be out of proportion. Left and right ...
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Measuring the user experience of Augmented reality application for elderly

As 'locationunknown' has pointed out, SUS has a very odd factorial structure: two of its items are actually about Learnability! Yep, read them and guess which! This means that SUS has an effective ...
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Allow users to mark asset as "found" without account?

I ended up using a bit of a mix between the two options. I ask the user for an email when they add the item. Then when they go to mark an item as found they simply have to provide the email they gave ...
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Guiding users through updating generated content

Make the graphs into sliders, so they can be both viewed and edited at the same time. Here's a really ugly slider, but you get the idea... it conveys both knowledge (amount) the steps available, and ...
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how to display ranges in filters

A little competitive audit might shed some light on your question. I'll get you started. Here's Amazon, Best Buy, and Target, left to right. Best Buy is a little pedantic, with their "$25 - $49.99" ...
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Should the steering wheel of car be on right or left?

This is a historical issue that goes back to horse-drawn coaches. In the UK, coaches would pass on the left so that the coachman (driver) could fend off any attack from the passing coach with their ...
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Should the steering wheel of car be on right or left?

History and origin In the late 1700s, however, teamsters in France and the United States began hauling farm products in big wagons pulled by several pairs of horses. These wagons had no driver’...
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