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Dropping the UX title in a fully mature organisation

Like a lot of UXers, you seem to think that UX doesn’t define what you design, but how to design. However, those outside our field don’t see it that way. Do a search for jobs for “UX Designer” and you’...
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Dropping the UX title in a fully mature organisation

What do you design? There is still room to qualify exactly what you design. I'm a Product Designer. When the need arises, I might work with Motion Designers, Graphic Designers, Industrial Designers, ...
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How to deal with a lot (250+) of settings?

• Cluster the settings and create meaningful categories (for example: general settings, signature settings etc.) • different between "normal" settings and "advanced settings", advanced people usually ...
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WCAG 3.0 structure and assessment criteria benefits in current practice

It this a new approach to accessibility requirements and conformance or really just a maturation of where industry is at? It is a new approach in a couple of ways. First, you are correct, it is ...
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Should large corporations have dedicated UX teams?

I would rephrase your question slightly: Should UX be embedded in an application team, or should it be a centralized resource? Embedding UX in the application team allows the UX professional to ...
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mobile screen game: 2 list of options

What are the use cases? New users Existing users who went through the initial training but are now informed that there are new training modes. Action: You need to show users (specifically existing ...
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Best way to organize data gathered during research?

I'd say you can organize research data on different levels: Organizing data within a research project A increasingly popular way to do that is to create tags to categorize similar information. The ...
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Multiple Contact Us forms and how to handle them

Most Fields are the Same I'm assuming all the contact forms share the same fields (like Name, Email, etc.) except for the destination (like Media Inq, Business Inq, etc.) If this is the case, I'd ...
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Organization of 500+ items

My team and I use card sorting to organize hundreds of pieces of content based on how users would expect to find that content. Card sorting can help you organize your icons based on what your users ...
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Best way to organize data gathered during research?

Great question! Our team went through something similar recently. The affinity diagrams don't scale well. As the number of interviews went up, the affinity diagrams just became incomprehensible. We ...
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Does .org really makes your visitor trust you more than .com?

Think less about how the domain extension will influence those few people who will come across the concept completely fresh (presumably in some web search results, or as a link in a list on another ...
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Should Marketing Designers and Product Designers belong to different teams?

Great question! I went through this exact same scenario, with the exact same goal, and the outcome has been fantastic so far. I started as the first design hire at a startup (I was the 14th hire). ...
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Need design that allows users to pick from existing documents

You'll want to figure out if your users are expecting to search or browse and design accordingly. If a user knows a document exists and is likely to be the one they need, they are in "search-mode&...
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Graph Showing Quantities of Multiple Categories for Multiple Years

If I understand the question correctly then a stacked graph ought to be what you're looking for. And with a little effort (from a front-end developer using HighChart or something similar) you can ...
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Ways of organizing a lot of cards

Can we see an image of what it looks like? As always prototype and test. Allow users to create folders in which they organize everything themselves This sounds like a step in the right direction. ...
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Organizing UI elements differently based on user permission level UX guidelines

There are a couple of scenarios (which may or may not apply in your situation) that I can think of which would create some potential design issues if you want to organize content based on permission/...
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What are good principles for organizing files?

This is actually a pretty big topic that is also related to information architecture. These days there is a trend towards the use of metadata (i.e. tags rather than rigid structures) for the ...
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What would be the best way to organize a form development tool that has questions that can optionally be grouped by categories and subcategories?

How about seeing the category/subcategory as a kind-of "property" to the question? Something like this: I think this would be more intuitive for the users and also easier to implement. The only ...
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Organization of 500+ items

This is a tough question that I often come across when designing systems to help teams manage their assets. The simple rule of thumb is that you have to look at the assets you already have and where ...
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Card Sorting - Huge Company

You have a complex scenario for sure, but remember you don't need to have a card for each and every item. As a matter of fact, according to Card Sorting at usability.gov: Create your list of ...
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"Starred" or "Favorited" items in an organizational app

Let's talk about the need here which is quick access later on. In the most archaic sense, it is like bookmarking a particular page in the book. Do not take any application or company's design ...
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Multiple Contact Us forms and how to handle them

Typeform seems to have perfected many facets of form filling usage, including multi-especially the transitions between steps. I believe trying out their design may provide you with inspiration. https:...
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Multiple Contact Us forms and how to handle them

What’s the main goal of your site? If you want to get users to take a specific action, then designing persuasive call-to-action buttons is critical. Whether you’re using them on pricing pages, ...
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Is there any better way of organising details in page

Your second effort is on the right track. What's important in real estate leads? Mainly the contact information which should be at the top followed by their "Guest Desires"...price range/move-in date/...
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Best way to organize data gathered during research?

This is actually a growing area of UX design that is probably out of the scope for the type of questions generally asked and answered on UXSE, but here are some useful links that point to various ...
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Naming conventions /terminology for different types of users?

The language of use cases uses the term Actor and Cockburn describes them below (with more detail at the link). An actor might be a person, a company or organization, a computer program, or a ...
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Naming conventions /terminology for different types of users?

An organisational ontology seems to define the different types of users as you specify them, and roles is one of the levels that the ontologies defined here specify: http://www.epimorphics.com/web/...
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Navigation position

If your portfolio is going to target tech savvy and creative people, I guess its ok to go experimental. A diagonal or a more unique approach would impress this group of user. However if you intend to ...
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Should large corporations have dedicated UX teams?

If there is a software department, there should be an UX team. I'd bet those UX architects (Information architects?) you've mentioned are overbooked and cannot deal with all the workload. Graphic ...
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Should large corporations have dedicated UX teams?

"Should engineering teams have a UX person always on the team or should a UX team assist the engineering team?" I think it should work both ways. UX team can assist the engineering team by One of ...
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