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How to better represent a process flow in a dashboard?

Allow 2 views: Sequential view for displaying orders by sequential steps, and a production floor view to show bottlenecks and throughput. Since you can't have a strict order across all steps, have ...
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UX process should be under Product management or Engineering or an Independent?

More often than not, it is part of the Product Team. however, i have worked in organizations where there are multiple product teams. And the design team was a horizontal, with certain designers ...
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How to put instruction on how to take a selfie to ensure proper guidelines are met?

Option #1 You can also use a bit of AR by detecting the face position and angle and communicating with symbols or wording if the picture is acceptable or not. You probably have seen the Facebook and ...
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How to put instruction on how to take a selfie to ensure proper guidelines are met?

The only thing that comes to mind is Airbnb! They did it so well. Showing example with animation and adding explanatory text. Take a look, I think it should work for you. https://airbnb.design/wp-...
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Wizard component - current state vs active state

Use matching labels and colors Showing incomplete tasks in gray quickly highlights the tasks which are being worked on and/or complete if they are shown in a different color. Here are a few ways to ...
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How Do You Know When It's Ready for Developer Hand-Off?

This can be a tough question for a variety of reasons and depends upon factors such as experience/quality of the designers, experience/quality of developer, and communication. As a developer and a ...
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Is this a workable chronology of the UX process?

The details of every UX Process looks different, depending on the timeframe, project-size and the topic. The base of the process will remain the same though. The parts you are described can be correct ...
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Timeline for Implementing UX Process

You will need to start with the MVP features prioritised. Then develop a Gantt chart based on the complexity of the feature. If there is not enough time, you will need to compromise somewhere. ...
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How Do You Know When It's Ready for Developer Hand-Off?

When all stakeholders have signed off There isn't really a definite answer for this, but the coverall answer is "when all stakeholders are satisfied with whatever part of the system you're ...
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UX process should be under Product management or Engineering or an Independent?

In our setup the UX team sits under product management, which is right next to the engineering team. whether or not this is the optimum setup would be tough to argue. Working directly with ...
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Writing user stories - how do you decide what is a bad vs. a good story?

I think you need to be clear on who you believe the requirement is bad for. Is it bad for the business, or bad for the user's experience? For example, the business may make a significant amount of ...
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Increasing UX maturity of an organization

The question is quite broad, but I think that The 6 Levels of Maturity by NNG should be a great starting point. It outlines the basic levels of maturity, discusses the challenges common to each level, ...
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How long does it take to conduct UX Research?

Time spent on an UX is variable. The amount of time spent on research, writing the plan and recruiting users depends on the project/website. I've worked on projects In my training where the target ...
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Using Prototypes for more than just user-testing

I think what you have a the moment is an asset that is somewhere between a design guide and a development framework. What you need depends on how your team's process in transferring design concepts to ...
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What type of deliverables are expected of me in my new job?

From what I understand, if your role is that of a UX Designer then anything helping the developers understand the critical requirements, users and preliminary design work could be of benefit. The ...
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How to better represent a process flow in a dashboard?

If not every step is necessary in the flow for a given order, perhaps you could represent each step as an icon or a graphic, color-coded to represent its status (along with some sort of graphic change,...
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Is there a best "all-in-one" tool for UX design, prototyping, handoff, project management and design systems?

There is no correct answer to this questions. My "educated" preference those days is always Figma plus task management tool such as Asana or Jira. TL;DR version of benefits of Figma: same or better ...
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How do you weight UX features vs development costs?

Take a look at Google's HEART framework: http://www.dtelepathy.com/ux-metrics/#intro. The usefulness of UX can also be heightened by what approach the project has. A Test Driven Development (https://...
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Why might it be silly to have a 2-step Wizard?

I would have worded it as follows: In either case, the hard part of designing this kind of UI is striking a balance between the sizes of the chunks and the number of them. For example, having a 2-...
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Who should manage CSS colour variables in a web project? Design or Front-End?

I assume when you say Front End you mean coding. And if so, this is clearly on the Design Team (or person) side. Color palettes (and while we are at it, accessibility for those color choices) are a ...
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Increasing UX maturity of an organization

The easiest steps to "level up" are: Define the UX strategy approach for the teams/products/projects: tactical or strategical. Introduce the basics of the Design Ops...and work on them ...
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how to introduce control in a process divided into different screens / sections?

Grouping Sections into a Single Workflow A wizard tool does exactly what you are requesting. Below is the definition by the NN Group (emphasis is theirs): Definition: A wizard is a step-by-step ...
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Why might it be silly to have a 2-step Wizard?

There is not a limit on wizard's steps but common sense, task length, user testing, etc. Try some A/B testing. Do users go through the flow easier with the wizard or without it? Is it shorter / ...
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Why might it be silly to have a 2-step Wizard?

The page have 2011 year in footer - now we have 2020. Today, processes are often divided into the maximum number of steps (however, of course - reasonably - 15 steps is far too much) Maybe this ...
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Timeline for Implementing UX Process

At first, you need to define a list of task and who is responsible for the changes. After this, you should ask a deadline for each part of the process for each responsible. If you will do everything ...
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Proper display for Rejection of Request

Ok, so: I think it can be simply implemented in status: Accepted / Processing / Rejected. and under status the cause of rejection (stochastically, you need to consider all ranges of errors to ...
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How to handle the verification of an account in an application process

Does it make sense to ask for the email (and complete the verification process) at the end of the application process? Since they have spent time and effort to fill the form, they'll be more willing ...
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Resolving additional payment options?

I'm not sure what exactly you don't like about your current design, so I'll present a different option that might be interesting for your end-user. One way is to have fixed instalment plans as you ...
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Where I can put the CTA button in a process steps?

Go with the sticky footer. It's important to always have the CTA visible. Check out my question for more information: Position of 'save' button in content management systems.
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4 step process problem

Let me get you the steps sorted out: 1.Search Screen: where you search and select a place. 2.Pic Screen: Where you load facebook photo by default and ask user to change that by giving camera option ...
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