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Although there is no "name" for the BIOS ui (other than "BIOS GUI") that I can find, there are many projects that recreate them in html, such as: https://github.com/kristopolous/BOOTSTRA.386 BIOS fonts: https://int10h.org/oldschool-pc-fonts/fontlist/ BIOS colors: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BIOS_color_attributes


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The general term for a non-graphical user interface like that is "character cell" or "text mode", where the screen is divided into (for PCs) 25x80 cells all of the same size, each able to display a single character. It's an entirely different way of interfacing to a display than bitmap mode used by GUIs. It's not a part of Windows. If the ...


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Because Designers don't exclusively do that to communicate with developers but rather to communicate with users and steakholders. How do you test a design solution you scribbled with pen and paper? How do you find out what solution generates a better conversion? How do you know if you need to adapt your solution because users find it hard to understand etc.? ...


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Does the "lorem ipsum" quote stand for the review the user is currently typing? so when I first go ahead an open this page, this will appear empty but when I start typing "your product is nice etc" this very same text will appear inside the quote?? As for UX my suggestion to you would be - whenever you're designing, you need to think ...


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The problem with "desktop" and "mobile" is that there's no standard size for either one. Is it a small laptop screen? A huge retina monitor? Landscape tablet? Portrait phone? Responsive design allows your design to work at any screen size, regardless of the dimensions by shifting and stacking content in the way you determine is best for ...


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I'd suggest the "airbnb" solution. Keep the same icon, turn the black into grey and cross out the word, not the icon. Crossing out the icon could confuse the user. Crossing out the text also has the benefit that you do not have to use negative words. Update for Screenreader Support: For screenreader support, check the list of usable attributes. ...


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A "caret" is a handwritten or typed (shift 6) shape used by proofreaders to communicate to writers where new words should be inserted. It's always paired with something else already visible; the words to be inserted. Carets aren't clickable. They're typically pointing up so would hardly ever be confused with a "v". A "chevron" ...


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I believe the color does play a major role on why they're not noticing it. usually websites have headers and footers the same colors, and since your "rating bar" is colored the same as the header, my eyes automatically totally ignored the bar as I thought it was the footer of copyrights etc. So I firstly suggest you change the color to a more "...


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Since you already stated in your question, there are many possible cases where the user will be confused. With you current approach it's impossible to infer the system behaviour, forcing the user to a trial&error approach, or worse, to quit. My suggestion is to add a "global" date field that can be used if the same date will be used for all ...


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