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Most intuitive way to indicate clickable elements on GUI across the program

The key here is deciding how you will make a distinction between interactive and noninteractive elements. Noninteractive elements should: look consistent and relatively uninteresting have only one ...
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Button for "Play, but from beginning" for a scrubber UX

Have you considered a textual "Play from start" button? Every one of the proposals here is worth conducting user testing on and collecting analytics for. If none prove to be adequately recognizable, ...
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Is dp to pt conversion ratio 1:1?

You probably should send your designs with pixel measurements because pixels are easier to convert to density independent pixels (dp). (Google Material on dps) Conversion ratio from points to pixels ...
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How to enable editing a single cell on a table

As per my view point, Use inline edit to edit single cell and if column contains multiple fields to select like a dropdown checkbox then show respective controls over the cell when user click the cell ...
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I have 2 sets of button, how can I arrange them for best user experience?

If < means closing the modal (as well as x button), the 1st option is OK, as it is commonly accepted to be there. Otherwise, if it is intended to be a "go to previous step", I would say 2nd option. ...
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What is this type of button/element called?

I would call them menu items, as they are used for navigation deeper into the hierarchy. If they are placed inside a dropdown or context menu, they indicate a submenu (also another level). The ...
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Most intuitive way to indicate clickable elements on GUI across the program

I think you're dismissive of your option Grey-Out inactive elements. It is universal UI-pattern that disabled items are grayed out. If you find the UI is noisy with these elements, consider altering ...
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Should items of Interactive map of regions also be a navigation item?

I believe they should because not everyone knows which region is where, it would increase accessibility, the additional list provides alphabetical sorting, which increases the ability to quickly find ...
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User Confirmation

I think you don't need a confirmation for this action since there is no harm done if they export the file. I only use confirmation dialogs for things that can't be un-done. In the instance you've ...
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User Confirmation

First screen is correct. You’re asking a question that requires an answer via an interaction. This can be answered in natural language by user’s interaction. Moreover, a simple Yes would be a lot ...
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Using switch to update the choice

Assuming that the UI change is not just a simple BG color change, the switch element is not really appropriate to change between two equal levels of hiearchy. According to Apple and Google: A ...
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Using switch to update the choice

The method you have chosen is used by a number of high-profile sites, Reddit being one of them: The broader question must be "what is the difference between the two interfaces?" If it is simply to ...
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Will hover will be extinct? Any research or case studies done on frequency of hover in desktop

The :hover property of HTML is a web standard used by billions of web sites. Standards are unlikely to change in any short period of time.
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Best way to display help/hints without leaving page

There are many ways to onboard users and it is crucial for first timers. Every method has pros and cons attached with them. Below are the few methods being used nowadays. Joyriding : Using this ...
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Creating a new row above or below a selected table row

I think your suggested approach (as shown in your JSFiddle) works well, and just needs some minor adjustments as follows: 1. Don't display the 'Add Row' option when the user hasn't selected any row ...
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Creating a new row above or below a selected table row

What about placing the "Add row" icons not aligned with the rows themselves, but actually with the spaces between the rows? This way the user unambiguously sees, where they are about to add the row. ...
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How much it is user friendly to make the bars clickable in bar-chart?

I think you have 2 separate challenges here - 1. How to make bars intuitive enough to look clickable/hoverable? 2. How to show information once hovered/clicked? For #1, you can try to add some ...
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How much it is user friendly to make the bars clickable in bar-chart?

I would actually create a custom tooltip showing a list of all the employees that were late on hover. I would also show how many minutes and allow searching. I would also probably change the color ...
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How much it is user friendly to make the bars clickable in bar-chart?

Since this is about a bar chart in HTML, I'm going to suggest an implementation that should be accessible to screen reader users. The bar chart itself is a single image, embedded by means of a ...
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how do you measure the effectiveness of an interaction model applied to an app

I think the true measure of any interaction model/design is to understand how easily and efficiently the user can attain the desired goal. You can measure this through usability testing - both ...
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Button for "Play, but from beginning" for a scrubber UX

To answer your bonus question: On Youtube, you can hit 0 and skip to the beginning of the video. If it's not playing already, but paused at some other point, you only need to slap Space. The "regular"...
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Cool/heat and sun/snowflake display on A/C and other machines

My two cents: I always thought that the only input that matters is the target temperature of the room. Selecting the "mode" (heat/cold) is a UX anti-pattern. As a user, I don't care how the ...
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