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Placing a non working icon or menu option in an application

I think this is a bad idea. To have an interface element that doesn't work is basically... Having an interface element that doesn't work. There's no other way to put it. If you confuse users and, what'...
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Placing a non working icon or menu option in an application

Yes, I’ve seen this. Imho: It might be a good idea if you use it to measure interest in a feature It’s a horrible idea if you seriously want to promise a feature in an agile context Putting coming-...
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Placing a non working icon or menu option in an application

This could go very wrong and might end up frustrating lot of users and lot of work for support team. I guess this idea is too much influenced from webpages to create hype around a website or a product....
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Yes/No Button Toggle Design

Both options still have many open questions on accessibility, but I would go with option #2. Because your question seems to focus only on the visual aspects of the UI, I’m not going into details about ...
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How to handle filtering on table columns?

This is the most basic filtering possible... Even if you use checkboxes for the multiple selections, it is the same scenario... It is natural to display just the results for the active query.
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Why do most microwaves open from the right to the left?

It's simply due to biased assumption that most people are right handed and kitchens have been designed to accommodate the "standard" design. Some have a reversable door. Some have pull-out ...
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Filtering: Input-fields or buttons?

Sometimes those textfield filters can be better, if you cannot narrow down what the users might filter (like in your date filter). But they are definitly not the "Works-everywhere-all-the-time&...
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Letting user know that button is for picture and update data?

Well, actually I wouldn't have clicked that button either. I don't know what the rest of the application is like, but this screen has serious contrast problems, precisely because it doesn't exist. I ...
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Letting user know that button is for picture and update data?

Maybe try labeling the button with the action itself. In this case 'information' is really prices, so it's a little more specific. The benefit And the benefit is having it done automatically by camera....
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Expandable rows, quick view or modal to show a big section with details for a row in a table?

One question I have is this: What does that "Record Payment" control do? Does it trigger a modal of some sort with more tasks, take the user out of the context of this page (not what I would ...
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Anti-pattern where UX too closely mimics API/DB/etc. structure?

I'm not sure there's a common name for this pattern. Some ideas I have for names for this pattern are: CRUD Entity CRUD Individual Entity CRUD Result-Based Design The idea behind the CRUD names are ...
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Anti-pattern where UX too closely mimics API/DB/etc. structure?

I don't necessarily see this as an anti-pattern because there are many cases where you want the user interaction and interface to reflect the underlying datastructure. In fact, one of the goals that ...
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Single input multiple choice UI

Similar to mayag's suggestion, we solved a related question as follows: This went through multiple discussions and this version was the one where most agreed. This part is in a checkout process and ...
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Single input multiple choice UI

Perhaps use a radio button, letting the user know he has a choice of either or but not both, and an input that changes according to the users choice. if you have previous data to know which of the two ...
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Single input multiple choice UI

Is it necessary to have two fields knowing that each of the two options has different contents? If the user inserts an @ they will have placed an email. On the contrary, if they type +numbers, a ...
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Anti-pattern where UX too closely mimics API/DB/etc. structure?

This is not an answer to usage as it's only based on personal experience, not corroborated data. I'm a graphic designer. Many years ago an anti-design style emerged, with Google leading the way. This ...
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What WCAG criteria addresses hearing-impaired users and the use of audio instructions?

Most WCAG criteria are applicable to multiple types of disabilities but the guidelines themselves are not grouped by disability. So if you're looking for something specifically for hearing impaired, ...
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Table with a column of toggles and the ability to select or deselect all at once

You can improve your search and filter options. If users want to deactivate and activate some profiles, allow them to search for those profiles instead of scrolling a lot in a list view. In the filter ...
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Table with a column of toggles and the ability to select or deselect all at once

The most common option is a "toggle all" switch, as shown in the figure below: Nonetheless, I'd consider a checkbox with a "select / deselect all". Toggles have some usability ...
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Creating an accessible, animated, and responsive navigation system

I created a navigation system using another approach. Both Siteimprove (accessibility) and Google (mobile friendly) did approve it: https://static.go4webdev.org/speed
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Any alternative to bad UX when changing color styles in Figma?

Your point on Figma's changing color style process is definitely appreciative from designer's perspective. Congrats for that! I want to share my opinion so that you can rethink and get works done with ...
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Why is there no "closing sidebar button" in the mobile world

It becomes easier to understand when you gain the knowledge from its core design system, Material Design, link given below: https://material.io/components/navigation-drawer#anatomy Google calls it &...
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