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Should submit button be always visible or displayed after filling all required fields?

The button should always be visible on the page somewhere and should always be clickable. It is incredibly frustrating for a user if they can't click on a button and there is no clear indication of ...
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What is the reason for moving the start button to the middle in Windows 11?

The interview in the Wall Street Journal gives the answer from the Diego Baca, Microsoft's principal design director. When asked about a placement of the Start button he said: I do remember we wanted ...
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How to deal when two or more markers in a map are super close?

Having the cartographic point of view, in my opionion, clustering can definitely be the way to go in such a case. In the following example, points which are very close to each other: spread out when ...
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How to deal when two or more markers in a map are super close?

I found Instagram really handy when it came to its map functionality. Maybe you could use something similar to this one since it seems less cluttered it is clear how many items there are when you ...
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Which is better, Side Menu or Fixed Bottom Menu?

Bottom navigation works well on Apple devices but not recommended for Android because of the system buttons. Dear Google, it is nice but I insist that the bottom navigation does not work well on ...
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Placement of More Information/Help Icon button for Radio Buttons

There is a difference in the understanding at the level of the concept (label) vs. the available choices. You may need a couple of patterns for flexibility. If you are trying to impart understanding ...
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Placement of More Information/Help Icon button for Radio Buttons

Think of a logical order and good placement Instead you may use this: UPDATE Based on the comments from the OP (Original Poster): "So I am limited to the options that I have provided. It's ...
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What is the reason for moving the start button to the middle in Windows 11?

Unless one of us here at UX SE is the person who made the decision on this design, we can't really be sure. There is some information on design choices made in Windows 11 in this post from their blog:...
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Should submit button be always visible or displayed after filling all required fields?

Disabled buttons are not good for accessibility reasons. They only provide aesthetic value as some screen readers skip over disabled elements altogether. https://axesslab.com/disabled-buttons-suck/ ...
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What is the reason for moving the start button to the middle in Windows 11?

Well, beyond the fact that there's a better adaptability for devices with a touch-pad as mentioned in the question, I see other specifications regarding design. In the same way the question refers to ...
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Where should the icon to the mobile menu be placed?

There's is a lot of research around that explains the way a reader's eyes naturally flow when reading, so you may find some of that useful. For example, you may get some insight from: http://...
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OK/Cancel on left/right?

Wow! Such a lot of answers arguing left or right. I ran tests on this myself and found them to be statistically inconclusive. The best answer I found was that it doesn't really matter which order ...
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Should submit button be always visible or displayed after filling all required fields?

What has worked well in our company: Next to the disabled submit button is an area that tells the user what the form is awaiting. As the form validation is run on each required field, this "Waiting ...
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Will a banner with CTA (Call to Action) drive more users click than banner without CTA (Call to Action)?

Its depends on your audiences. You should take A/B testing for with CTA banner and without CTA banner. You will get more information on this article about CTA How to Create Highly Clickable CTA ...
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Where to put licence notes of used artifacts

You could create a 'credits' page with a link in the footer. This 'credits' page could include your team, the software you have used and any other license details pertinent to that. This could be a ...
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Button to the Left or Right of Text

to the right users won't know what to expand until they read it, so the logical option is to add the button AFTER the text (hence, to the right). To avoid having rows with very short text and then ...
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Which is better, Side Menu or Fixed Bottom Menu?

My inner designer supports hamburger menu because they can be designed soooo pretty - just look at all the dribbble shots (actually don't look at dribbble for UX related matters). But, unfortunately, ...
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Where to put a live video feed in our app

Provided the user is able to zoom in / out, and move this map to be able to see what they want, I would suggest that you put the video feed on top of the map in the top corner. If you look at google ...
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Confusing button options for user

Leave a separate note! Not below the "Save as image" button or specific to it. Users with regular printers might want to just save the design as an image too! If the text goes below the button, it ...
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Would the placement of the Save Button be better in the top right or under content?

As per the structure of the page that is shown in the image, the heriarchy of button placed at the top right is actually giving out the meaning of saving an entire data with a catch in the button ...
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The logic behind the switchers placement in the iOS Control Center

I wanted to write this in a comment, but I didn't have enough characters: Very interesting question, and you make quite a valid point, I can certainly see the difference between the functions of the ...
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OK/Cancel on left/right?

To me this would be the logical order: <Left Right> <Previous Next> <Back Forward> <Back Done Do nothing Do it Cancel OK Except OK should be replaced with the actual action such as ...
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How to deal when two or more markers in a map are super close?

Before jumping to the conclusion that clustering is or is not the way to go, the question is what the user need(s) is/are. There are potentially two needs when using a map: Exploration: What is out ...
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Disagreements with button proximity

I'm very sorry but I find both designs very confusing. If I'm a client, what do I do? I'd know my name/paswd combination so I just enter those and then click 'Sign In', right? I can see that there's ...
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Placement of Help button: left or right to OK/Cancel

I think that's the right place to put a help button. You should either have the help button left-aligned Or move it to the top, next to the close button. Use the question icon. It used to be a ...
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Where Is there a “best place” to put navigation/menu bar in an app

UX is not about rules, it's about solving unique problems within unique context. Problems in UX differ greatly as there are always many variables involved, so each problem is looked within its ...
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OK/Cancel on left/right?

In order of priority, use the first available solution: platform guidelines start to end (where start for western languages is typically left, however can be different, e.g. arabic starts right and ...
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Should the OK/Cancel buttons be aligned right or centered?

I think it's easy to critique topics like these on a case-by-case basis, but I think everyone should consider an entire design system and/or pattern library when voicing their opinion and/or test ...
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Placement of language switcher when multilingual isn't global

The trouble with using partial translations, for non-English speaking users (or really any language) is that as soon as they hit a page that's not in their language...they think "now what?" That's an ...
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