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Are remote preference tests (A vs. B) always flawed because of learning effect?

Well, as you say, the obvious answer is to randomize (there are other, more sophisticated ways to do this, but probably too much for what you're looking for). If you use the same pool of participants ...
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Does a casual interface make a task like wireframing easier? UX of Balsamiq vs Sketch

The interface of balsamiq has two main functions: 1 - Stop you from fiddling You won't spend time doing unnecessary things. If there's no option for color or rounded corners, you won't worry which ...
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Difference between low fidelity and high fidelity prototypes

"Low fidelity prototype" refers to a prototype i.e sketchy and incomplete. You basically collect data analyze & check the feasibility at the early stage. Whereas "high fidelity prototype" refers ...
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How mockups differ from a real mobile app?

Mockups, Wireframes, Prototypes These are 3 common deliverables from UX designers. Non-designers often confuse them with one another, so clarity is important for all involved. mockup: a pixel perfect ...
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Difference between low fidelity and high fidelity prototypes

It's also helpful to consider what kind of fidelity you're referring to so that you don't get into the wrong kind of mixed fidelity. "High fidelity" often mistakenly refers to only the graphic ...
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Sketch or Axure?

Its simple. Two basic stages of product design process are Low/High fidelity prototyping (Mainly UX) - Used to test with people and ensure there is nothing missing out in the prototype or If ...
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What is the best UI for dashboard?

What is the main task of your users? Is it necessary for them to see the information of the different widgets at the same time? Also, how is determined for each widget which top 4 to show (since they ...
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prototyping tool that support hover

Axure models web interactions so you can make use of :hover and many other browser events in your prototypes. It’s pretty intuitive, this inspector window shows the :onclick event but :hover is in ...
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What is the difference between wireframing and prototyping?

Wireframing and prototyping are exceptionally useful and underused tools in the tech world. Website and app wireframes are useful to determine the layout and overall look and feel of each screen or ...
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Difference between low fidelity and high fidelity prototypes

In addition to low-fidelity mockups being quicker to create and modify than hi-fi, they help you focus the discussion on functionality and navigation rather than colors, fonts, layout, etc. You ...
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Difference between low fidelity and high fidelity prototypes

Low fidelity prototypes are often wireframes that are stitched together. These are easier and faster to build which allow you to receive feedback earlier. And they allow for faster iteration (changes)....
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Does a casual interface make a task like wireframing easier? UX of Balsamiq vs Sketch

I think the goal of prototyping is to get feedback on designs as quickly as possible. If it takes as long to produce a prototype in a tool as it does to actually code it, then the prototyping tool has ...
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When testing a prototype, do you inform your users that everything is not functional?

This comes down to how you conduct your testing. Personally, I always inform my test users that they will be working with a prototype so they cannot 'break' the system and will not destroy any data. ...
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When testing a prototype, do you inform your users that everything is not functional?

If you don't want to immediately make the user aware that they're not using a finished product, then you should definitely make them aware when they go to click on a button (for example) and it isn't ...
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How to prototype an app with outside triggers?

I am not sure what tool you use (in my case it is Axure, so a lot of this answer will refer to its functionality) but I faced this challenge several times. In my eyes, the options are: Simulating the ...
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Voice Interface prototyping without the need to "click" or "hold" a microphone button

General sound - no it won't work - will react to any sound wave (conversation, impact etc.) For example: You talking with co-workers - and interface activate (when it shouldn't). The specific voice ...
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High fidelity prototypes, how complex and detailed they should be?

Short answer - as detailed as they need to be for what you need to test (and no more) Long answer: In my experience, each time you expose users to prototypes (and then retest with them), the ...
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How mockups differ from a real mobile app?

Mockups are pretty much UI designs showcasing what the app could look like. So at the end of the day you should be handing in images. If you feel like the client meant something else then please ...
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Sketch or Axure?

Sketch is for wireframe, visual design and vector design. Axure is for wireframe, design and clickable prototype. Choose based on requirement.
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Material Design - bottom navigation with upper tabs?

You could split them into Categories with the use of Chips just like Google Play Store does. Take a look at the screenshot below. How this helps is, that it removes any element of horizontal swiping....
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Most used UX tools

When I started learning how to do wire-framing to one of the app that I was designing " Healthy eating for diabetic patients" I tried several application. I am using windows and I can summarize my ...
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Writing a Concept Test

This is the standard issue with any kind of A/B testing. The issue with testing more than one design with a single person is that people will always have a bias for the first thing they are shown and ...
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Design Thinking: User testing approaches

Here a few thoughts based on my own experience 1. Empathy and user testing with different people You don't have to test with the same people you interviewed during the empathy phase. Sure it would ...
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How to test and evaluate wireframes?

One of the approaches for creating a layout is composed by three steps: Wireframe Prototype Mockup So if you have realized the wireframe, a prototype could be the right next step, to allow user to ...
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Best way to create a responsive prototype?

Actually most modern wireframing tools offer this option (in different ways). Figma Using constraints & “magic numbers” to build responsive layouts in Figma Figma is great for building with ...
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Voice Interface prototyping without the need to "click" or "hold" a microphone button

You will not find this ability within any prototyping tool. It is a somewhat difficult feature as it needs to start by default to listen and identify a trigger catchphrase. A workaround would be to ...
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High fidelity prototypes, how complex and detailed they should be?

I think it's always about trade-offs. When it comes to high-fidelity prototypes, there is no extent to which you can make them realistic. It mostly depends on how much resources you have and to what ...
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Element that becomes sticky while scrolling on a Figma prototype

Welcome to UX StackExchange @MACC. Try this: Select an element and tick the box "Fix position when scrolling" in the right tool pane. When creating a prototype in Figma you can define this ...
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Does a Wireframe have to match the Prototype?

What is the Purpose of the Wireframe and the Prototype? These are specific tools used to communicate with some key differences: The wireframe communicates a layout and information/content heirarchy ...
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Should prototypes have the actual descriptions and help text?

Use some representative samples for description and help text I think it will be a lot of work to keep those pieces updated. Pick representative samples of text for description and help text and use ...
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