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Give feedback to the user during operations. Look at when the app is getting or sending data to the network/servers. Then make sure you tell the user something is happening. This keeps the app from looking 'hung' and that it is still working. Use placeholder or skeleton elements to prerender a screen while data is being read. Facebook does this with grey ...


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Natural sunlight, at least in its visible spectrum, is the closest thing you'll ever get to a perfect white. So I would not try to resolve this with colour. Take a step back and consider the following... Salience of the (critical) information your app provides to the users while they take utility meter readings, The exact nature of that information and ...


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I agree with Shreyas Tripathy's answer. I would personally pick #4 for your case and then use one of other activity indication on the next screen if needed. If your usual screen transition time is less than loading time of the image the delay won't be perceivable in most cases. Just want to add that using a modal sheet is not an appropriate mechanism here ...


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There are a couple of ways of dealing with this issue. 1. Use placeholders Personally, I find this to be the best solution. On click of the user, move to the next screen with placeholders and lazy loading implemented. As soon as an asset gets downloaded, it would replace the placeholder. That eliminates the problem of loading animation altogether. User ...


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The role of the test user is defined by the objective for doing the user testing (as this can vary depending on the stage of your product/service and the resources available), so there is definitely no hard and fast rule. However, it is important to have a defined objective to avoid issues with inconsistency of how the testing is performed (if this is ...


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I'd suggest using a circular progress bar with the number / percentage written inside of it, this way you are giving your users a more accurate information, meanwhile also making sure it's still quick to scan. Something like this:


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Circular progress bar is interesting option. The choice and decision is depends on Your app design system and overall aesthetic. In my opinion option 1 or 2 are good. Maybe You should asks your users? For me progress bar in tasks is very important - I always know on what phase or stage it's when task is complex and complicated. Opportunity to develop app: ...


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It depends on how important the information about the progress is. In 1. the information is very prominent but it has the advantage that in a list of multiple items it provides a visual anchor, when scanning the list. Solution 2. might be confusing if used in a list, scannability is definitively worse then in 1. but it is also prominent. In solution 3 the ...


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As I'm designing for e-commerce for many years, through some tests I found out that the price is the most important thing in the checkout process, whilst everything close to purchase button attracts more attention. What users want to know is the price so they look for it even if it's not in the right place. And what they need to know is the payment method ...


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