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I would echo all of Danielillo's suggestions, with one modification. When the user selects a category or subcategory, I would grey out the subcategories of different categories, rather than hiding them. This unambiguously communicates that only one category or subcategory is possible. I would add an animation to draw attention to the chips being updated when ...


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I personally see idea A much more complete, with some adjustments. – should the query be cleared as soon as they make a selection? – The problem I see in this design is that the query and the chips share the same field and the result is very confusing for the user. The logic would be a text editing field and the chip's area. The text inside a chip is not ...


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I think you are searching something like https://www.nngroup.com/articles/ten-usability-heuristics/ Its a good practice to check your screens and whole app against those 10 guidlines. Additionally you can perform "Accessibility check".


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You may be looking for something like this: https://www.checklist.design/


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It all depends on the content provided there. Infinite scroll has pros and cons. In order to user test this you first need to determine how that content is digested by the user. Do they need to find a specific content ? Do they need to create a mental model of where that specific content was ? ( this is hard to do with infinite scroll ). Do they need to ...


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How do you make sure that your code is working at all? Usually, that's done with automated tests, and the UI is no different in this regard. Tests like these can even be written before your feature is finished (as test driven development requires). Having tests also means you'll know if it breaks later down the line. In my stack, this is done with PHPUnit ...


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I have seen the approach of first masking the image and then clicking on an image makes it available, or click shows a warning where you have to click on Yes to see the picture (explaining that there is sensitive content). I think Facebook uses this approach.


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