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Showing icon label on mouse hover only

Yes, this is the best possible way to do it without disturbing the user experience. User's are familiar with hovering icons to get the tooltip for the icons they don't know the functionality of. I ...
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In one line of a dropdown menu, how can I show that an item is disabled with an icon?

In a progressive disclosure dropdown selector pattern like this, the Organization menu would only show available options for Model A. Unavailable options simply wouldn't be shown. The rule behind this ...
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Explain difference, and timeline of Pilot test vs Beta test?

The difference is actually really simple: Pilot testing is done in a controlled environment (like your own company) where you can study the product design and participants in a really controlled ...
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Should i show all the selected items in a data table in a popup when editing items?

Use a scroll section with a search bar. It's better than using pagination. This image is just for reference, you can adjust them however your like.
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In one line of a dropdown menu, how can I show that an item is disabled with an icon?

Greying out the item is good enough communication. Adding an icon might be a bit too much, you want to communicate that you can't use this item, not "you've done something wrong to make this item ...
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How to make sure user on on the right login page before they continue?

I think you can auto-detect the device using media queries or device identification through User Agent. However, if this is not possible, I wouldn't complicate it much and go for a no-thrill version: ...
Devin's user avatar
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What is the best user testing method to validate proposed accelerators or system shortcut concepts?

Without a lab setup and a very scientific methodology approached it's quite difficult to research this. Another thing that you could do is do some exploratory research with your users to learn more ...
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Does the format of the Feedback Question (Numbers vs Stars vs Emoticons) affect the result?

I can tell you from my own experience with data from millions of users, that, for the same experience or product, any rating will vary wildly in interpretation between different cultural groups. As a ...
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What's the difference between third-party surveys and follow-up questionnaires?

The main differences that I know of from my experience using both: Some third party apps are able capture the results as soon as the user clicks on an option - and do not need to press 'submit' etc. ...
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