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Do people actually use "copy" buttons on websites?

Both In accessibility scenarios is better to have a button. For example, someone using a head wand will prefer just a button, because selecting content is very difficult. But this is not just for ...
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A 'UX Manifesto' based on the Agile Manifesto

Well there is the Lean UX Manifesto from Anthony Viviano, Ajay Revels and Ha Phan: Early customer validation over releasing products with unknown end-user value Collaborative design over ...
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How to display "Select all" in multi select auto complete pattern?

We were faced with this exact same problem. Our multi-select control behaves like yours, except for one detail: when the user clicks into the field, the menu immediately displays the full list of ...
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When signing up for a service why are we sometimes required to TICK a CHECKBOX to declare consent?

With all my projects the main reason is laws. In EU, you're required by law to get the users' informed and active consent before storing or accessing any kind of personal data. The ePrivacy ...
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Enterprise / Platform User Testing & Experience Mapping

If you're looking for an almost free tool, I need to tell you that Google Sheets is the best option. Here's how I set it up. It's called a "Rolling list of Observations" Columns U1, U2 etc are ...
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UX designers, what does your design handoff to dev process look like?

I don't think there is a workflow that is guaranteed to work, because it will depend on the product, people and process (and to an extent the tools) used as to what would be the optimal workflow when ...
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Expand/Collapse functionality best practices for a table

This looks like a perfect candidate for plus (+) and minus (-) icon because of the accordion nature of the ui. See smashing magazine article on this design pattern. The choice of icon doesn't ...
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How does Design Thinking, Agile and Lean UX work together?

The way I have come to understand the differences between Design Thinking, Agile and Lean UX is that Design Thinking and Lean UX are frameworks to solve problems where as Agile is a project management ...
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How to display "Select all" in multi select auto complete pattern?

Can't we consider, if user has made no selection then he/she is intending all of them from dropdown? Many sites filters works in a same way. Users are already trained for using filters. Using the ...
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UX designers, what does your design handoff to dev process look like?

I think it's partially inherent to working 'lean'. You design the product flow tension-based & when you catch these missed flows, you fix it ad hoc / improve it. I think, over time, your ...
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When signing up for a service why are we sometimes required to TICK a CHECKBOX to declare consent?

It comes down to two related things: Ownership of action Trust The first of these is about the owner of the site wanting you to stop and notice the thing you're agreeing to, rather than just ...
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When signing up for a service why are we sometimes required to TICK a CHECKBOX to declare consent?

The reason why is that by law (and its fuzzy) people have to have enough to show that they can't accidentally accept terms, usually when payment or providing personal information is involved. So if I ...
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tabbed navigation is too nested

What about a hierarchical or tree organization instead along the left side? In your case, the top level elements would be "Admin", "Tests" and "Reporting".
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UX for future timeline

You could avoid putting dates on the cards all together and have a two axis calendar as your display grid. So your X axis would be days of the week and your Y axis could be time of day. ...
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how to design three button if in same page?

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 ...
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How i can do more beautification of display screen where label and values are there

There are several ways to go about this. But generally, the current table data entries have no form of hierarchy whatsoever. So we start by: 1. Creating a hierarchy between the labels and the ...
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What's the best way to test out an app idea

Lo-fi clickthroughs are a good idea. Paper prototyping is good too, especially for testing early ideas. Paper prototyping is perfect for early stage conceptualizing. Its speed, ease, and simplicity, ...
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Should design be included in a user story?

First, I'll say that every Agile shop I've worked in has done it differently. So the answer for you is probably, "Do whatever is best for your audience." (The devs, I assume.) In my current job, ...
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Low-fi wireframes doesn't help me to structure my idea about web design. Can anyone tell me how to solve this?

welcome. There are many ways to do wireframing. The traditional lo-fi way is helpful for getting out ideas quickly, especially across multiple pages. If you're working heavily on one page, or need ...
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Displaying two column data grid

I wonder if there could be a solution where the user doesn't have to hunt and scroll to find the data they are looking for. Since, if I'm understanding correctly, they are measuring and getting an ...
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Choose Vertical or Horizontal Menus with my application

After a little research on my project, I came to the conclusion that horizontal navigation is the best option. Especially in cases of complex architecture and a large number of submenus. If you look ...
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Are UX Designers transitioning to be Product Designers though by definition both mean different?

Yes, you're observing a real trend in the tech industry. The lines between the roles of UX Designers and Product Designers are indeed blurring. While traditionally UX Designers focused mainly on user ...
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Difference between showing items in the list or in the gallery

Expanding on Ahsan's answer: The gallery view is better with highly visual content, in contexts where your users want to browse through numerous options quickly, without much details distracting them....
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Enterprise / Platform User Testing & Experience Mapping

This will probably only partially answer your question, but here are my two cents. I don't think you need that many test subjects. NNG recommends around five. Not saying you should stick to this low ...
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Main difference between Lean UX and Agile

I might be wrong, but Lean UX is a practice when UX goes agile. So technically there are no reasonable differences. However, some experts argue that UXD process is basically agile.
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How should i design two level insert for mobile application with better UX?

Have a look at the screens below. They are addressing a couple of UX issues: Flow for level 2: I'm using Apple's approach to adding a contact (if you have an iPhone nearby, try adding a new contact ...
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Search box with clickable keywords?

Filter chips are quite commonly used but you could add an indicator that they are clickable, e.g. underlining the link or including an icon that tells the user that clicking on the chip will bring up ...
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Enterprise / Platform User Testing & Experience Mapping

User testing in order to get a view of how to improve a product is the way to do it. IMHO there is no better way. BUT... In the first place it all depends on what 'user testing results' you are going ...
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Do people actually use "copy" buttons on websites?

This is a case where both accessibility, as illustrated by @Devin, and level of experience of the user is key. One of the eternal conundrums of interaction and interface design is how to address ...
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UX Best Practices for Web Controls

You're not going to find it, as far as I am aware. In the example you have given, it reads like a restrictive definition of use and the web isn't like that. Sure the W3C have a bunch of rules and ...
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