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Entering a relative date range (in a report writer)

Circling back after 18 months (!!!), we finally have a design we're going to implement, so sharing it back here to close the loop. @Monomeeth had a great answer. We didn't have the real estate for ...
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How to properly document UX bugs?

I'll explain the way I like to frame User Experience and Usability Bugs, hope it is useful. First of all, I like to group all bugs, undesired system responses or behavior into technical or design ...
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Entering a relative date range (in a report writer)

If it was me I would design the interface so that the most common (or useful) choices can be selected with the simple click (or tap) of a button/icon and the less common choices would be accessible ...
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Control UX to create pre formed responses easily

I would recommend a type-ahead search if your users are familiar with the results and could be reasonably expected to know what they are searching for. The reason this works is because the results ...
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Multi-select box vs Dual list box

A dual list builder can seem bulky in terms of persistent space, but it's clearer for comparison purposes. The clarity of a list builder or dual list box, is that it's clear not just about what's ...
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Limit number of elements/boards on the premium account for performance reasons

Performance is always the business' problem, not the user's. Education is appropriate in some cases, to keep the user from stalling out ("Are you sure you want to query the entire database in ...
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What is the difference between "report spam" and "report abuse"?

Spam implies a "selling" element, whether in unsolicited bulk email or as posts on social media. Abuse is a broader description that can include spam but also, for example, content that is horrific, ...
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What is the best boolean label for a prompt on a Report... "Display" "Show" or "Print"?

Show seems easiest, as its common opposite is Hide; both are common words. (where I've worked in the past with UX writers, we've been encouraged to use 'show / hide') Display has other meanings, as ...
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Email Report: how to display thousands of emails in a report?

My question is, suppose you send up to 10 000 recipients per day, is there a way to display them in a report without messing up the page? Yes. One way is to display information in a progressive ...
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Inspiration for a report browser

Here are 2 links after a quick research with the keywords "Table UI" http://semantic-ui.com/collections/table.html http://www.noupe.com/design/better-ui-design-proper-use-of-tables.html
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presenting a table row in a list

You can see a list as a simplified table: The only thing to note from your example, to make the "conversion" from table to list clearer, is to include "row1" in the table. Notice how in the example ...
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Multiple filters for different reports

My presumption here is that for the sake of having everything lighting fast you want to show it all in one screen. But logic is each of your reports is based on specific filters, so I think its ...
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Why people entering from category page goes to the homepage of my e-commerce as the second step of journey?

That is because they are not happy with the results on that page. Either they are trying to see what sort of company that is or they are trying to see what else the site has to offer. The question ...
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Usability studies about B2B service pages?

It's worth mentioning that service pages should be approached as any other page in other types of websites. Understand who your users are, what they are looking for, what questions they have. ...
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Reports/research about legalese texts

There are quite a few resources related to this, as the EULA and other forms of contracts that are presented to users online are being scrutinised for their accessibility and user-friendliness. There ...
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Multiple filters for different reports

You should only display the filters that are necessary for each report type. Anything else will lead to confusion, support questions, and possibly even bug reports from users (e.g. "I set a value in ...
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How to properly document UX bugs?

Most UX bugs are gaps between the users knowledge and how the thing actually works. So if the user can learn how it works and say "ah" ( followed probably by "well that's stupid, why is it designed ...
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Displaying report based on data table selection

We build a lot of software that contains reporting features like this. We've tried different alternatives and have found that it's best to show the report on the same page as the search/filtering if ...
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Requiring user to click 'Filter' button on Reports

When filters have been set but not submitted, you could make the content (the report) gray and place an action (kind of button) on top of the content asking the user to generate the new content (new ...
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Email Report: how to display thousands of emails in a report?

It reminds me a lot of Mailchimps mail campaigns as well as Mixpanel. On both platforms you get an overview of all the campaigns, displayed as list items on which you can display the progress of how ...
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In which sections do User Personas and User Journeys go within User Research Reports

It just depends on your research objective. Sometimes a persona is a research input, and the learning is scoped around a specific problem and user audience. A usability testing protocol usually (and ...
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Designing Reports home page

As you have mention that in your page 20 reports are there so the best idea is to split your graph into similar category if possible. Like if report has category that consumer,Investors, Sales etc. ...
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Price report design - Showing normal price during active promo-only period

A low-effort example: If you have a static 'Normal Price' you should only need to refer to it once.
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Error reporting: showing the difference between two calculations

The "difference" row and highlighting are good ideas for helping users to identify exactly which columns diverge, but perhaps it would be better to highlight the cell showing the difference, rather ...
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Are there best practices on using rolling vs. historic timeframe in generating business reports?

Well it's up to you, but the biggest difference between the two approaches is that a rolling date range you don't really have to paginate unless they want to see farther back. And the downside of a ...
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What situations should we provide an Error icon?

First of all, get rid of ambiguity You're displaying an error because your users are consuming too much bandwidth, yet you're showing an arrow down (which communicates less rather than more). ...
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What situations should we provide an Error icon?

The whole purpose of a dashboard is its ability to tell you how things are going, and where appropriate alert you to something that needs your intervention. For dashboards Red is one of those colours ...
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NN/g report and its application in design

I found them great in those cases where your web site is targeted against several different groups of people and you need to prioritise your research activities. I'll usually talk and observe the ...
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NN/g report and its application in design

I will just take one of the use cases here. E-commerce reports can be really useful when you're trying to justify certain use cases to stakeholders. (For example, it can help you understand if ...
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