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One area of web I noticed a large uptick in is websites asking to show you notifications or to use your location data or various other permissions. Those are enforced as popups by browsers as far as I know.


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I think very recently we've seen a quick change in the industry. Web designers, graphic designers and digital designers have broadly been replaced with UX designers from a HR/Job Title perspective, however that doesn't mean these are UX mature organizations or that these designers are experienced UXers. Don't get me wrong, this is a great step forward. But ...


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I think having the notifications always display is a bit odd of an implementation because notifications by nature are meant to be temporary. Option 1 If you want to keep your current implementation then at least add an "x" icon to each notification and a "dismiss all" link that's easily accessible (either at the top or bottom). When the user selects the "+"...


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I never experienced a case like this. And to be honest, I would be totally annoyed that these notifications are there all the time. It's distracting. Anyways, I have two suggestions for you: You can darken everything else while the context menu of the "+" icon is open (just like a lightbox) Rebuild the context menu into something horizontal and replace the ...


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Please check out the talk Designing Sound from Apple's developer conference WWDC 2019. A couple of minutes in, the speaker talks about notifications, including notifications that express success. The talk is not an academic study of course but it is a nice summary of how Apple thinks about using sounds so I think you could use it as a source that brings a ...


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