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UI design for Rating Scale with 0.5 incremental point scale

You could always use the standard 5 button full number intervals like you were previously but allow the selection of half intervals. Like so: Example seen here (I have no affiliation): https://...
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Best order for smiley rating scale

My initial instinct is to go from sad to happy. The only real argument I can provide is that it reflects a type of number line, with the neutral face being 0, positive numbers being smiley faces, and ...
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Interface to prioritize multiple criteria of results when searching

Apple uses something like you're describing when you first sign up for Apple Music. You can click once to like and twice to love. The bubbles grow based on your clicks. This is a nice thing for ...
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Interface to prioritize multiple criteria of results when searching

The tried-and-true solution to this and similar problems is a dropdown with sell-the-benefits wording like "closest", "best value", or "top rated." The dropdown is a good solution because it ...
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Interface to prioritize multiple criteria of results when searching

You could use weighted sliders. The Humble Indie Bundle does this; it lets you divvy up your paid price in different amounts/percentages.
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Interface to prioritize multiple criteria of results when searching

There is only one key thing that matters: conversion rate. Especially for hotel booking. It will sound strange, but better UX may lead to lower conversion rate somehow. Say you did a great job, ...
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Interface to prioritize multiple criteria of results when searching

Having a multi-click or slider option for this would be overwhelming for most users. Think about the users that utilize the client site. What are their demographics? You need to speak their language ...
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Best order for smiley rating scale

Five-star ratings. The most common rating system I see online, the five-star rating, goes from left to right with positive values to the right. Unless there is good reason to break from this ...
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Factors that determine suitability of rating system/scale for user satisfaction (for an app)

The question you will ask has a lot of effect on what type of scale you use. Most of my answer comes from research into surveys, so for instance when you use a questionnaire to know the market impact ...
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Does using part of a usability questionnaire diminish its validity?

It depends on how the questionnaire was created. Many questionnaires are just thrown together and you can do whatever you like to them - as many people who have used SUS have shown. SUS is like a raft:...
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Logarithmic and/or linear scale sliders when to use them

That's a very intriguing challenge you are facing. I must say I had a similar issue to solve recently which I did the way described below. To answer your question - it depends on the nature of data ...
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What is the effect of screen scale (in Windows) on web components?

In order to predict how screen scale will affect components in your app, you can use any virtualized device and environment emulator (e.g. Sauce Labs or Mabl) Your best bet is to review any analytics ...
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Good UX for Data Vis for Multiple X-Axis of Different Time Scales?

You mention in the comments that user studies have shown this to be an important tool, but I'm not sure that it necessarily means that the x-scales need to be different and on top of each other. It is ...
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Logarithmic and/or linear scale sliders when to use them

Have you asked, tested or interviewed your users? You are not your user. I think any designer that has used Photoshop etc. dislikes the logarithmic size slider for the brush tool. When entering a ...
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Logarithmic and/or linear scale sliders when to use them

I can think of a specific use case when a logarithmic scale is essential. I worked on a timer scale for a system and our research uncovered that although the times needed ranged from 10 seconds to 10 ...
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Logarithmic and/or linear scale sliders when to use them

Consistency first When it comes to data-visualization, there are two reasons to use a logarithmic scale: Respond to skewness towards large values, eg: cases in which one or a few points are much ...
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Graphic Scale for Rating the Truth level

I would strongly recommend adapting a Likert-like scale, replacing if you must the idea of agree/disagree with true/untrue. This is a well-proven format most users will recognize intuitively. It ...
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Graphic Scale for Rating the Truth level

Don't get into specifics here. The idea is Show amount/level/percentage The labels or milestones may be specific like 30% or 4/10 or Right or non-precise like Not much, Almost there or Pretty much ...
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Should I tell interviewees remaining time for tests?

Interesting question and observation! I feel like the answer to this would be dependent on what you want to achieve from the test and how you want to achieve it. For OBSERVING the Psychology of the ...
Shreyas Tripathy's user avatar
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Interface to prioritize multiple criteria of results when searching

When designing filters or options, for results or data always one thing comes to my mind is it has to support even if some more features added or removed later on. It must not hurt the design i am ...
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Interface to prioritize multiple criteria of results when searching

This is a good question. I've been thinking about it for a bit... and have an idea, imagine: On the right, a pool of keywords the user can choose from as filters. On the left, a scale of ...
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What's the best way to interpret Likert Scales with equal negative and positive Likert Items?

I would suggest that you might be able to present it on a single scale as "perceived data accuracy", and then just reverse the values of the negative ones and combine them with the positive ones. ...
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