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It is often hard to say what these terms mean without understanding the context within which it is actually used. However, there are a number of concepts closely related to some interpretations of 'system centred design' that relate to trying to expand the scope of analysis when it comes to either the business, technical and user requirements beyond the ...


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Difference between System vs User Centered Design System Centered Design seems to refer to the design of a system's backbone architecture, database, etc. Prioritizing the efficiency of the system rather than the user. Wikipedia page Systems design is the process of defining the architecture, modules, interfaces, and data for a system to satisfy ...


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I just stumbled over an article that presents a useful and usable solutions approach to your design problem, Swapna: check out section "4. Consider overflow scenarios and have designs ready for them," in this article by VMware Design. Displaying an indicator that there are more items in the field than appear in its viewport, and providing some kind of hover ...


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Generally I‘d avoid tabs for most things because they hide content and are generally harder to use than just laying out the content in plain site. That said, if the content of each tab can be clearly labelled and the first tab (the one that starts open) is more relevant than the others, and users don't need to see all the contents of all tabs at the same ...


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User interviews are a great way of research, you can use them on multiple occasions in a design process. When can you use them Gather information before you have a design / use them to make artifacts. Use them to fill gaps in other artifacts like persona's. At the end of a user test to have a verbal response related to observations. In your case, I would ...


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This is a redesign job (a customer portal) for a big Australian company which I recently worked on. My initial interviews were focused on below three things What the portal does. How it does it. What are necessary and redundant things needed to be redesigned. This will help you get started with overview of the problem/approach the client has on why it ...


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This largely depends on the aims of your user interview. Also what are the aims or scope of your website redesign. is it an aesthetic facelift or you aim to fix UX issues too? If you want to find and fix UX issues you could gear towards user testing. and give them a task to complete on your major flows and observe how they complete it or struggle. You ...


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We were faced with this exact same problem. Our multi-select control behaves like yours, except for one detail: when the user clicks into the field, the menu immediately displays the full list of available options. We explored a number of design options, but agreed early on that we needed a straight-forward, easy-to-discover affordance to trigger the "...


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Can't we consider, if user has made no selection then he/she is intending all of them from dropdown? Many sites filters works in a same way. Users are already trained for using filters. Using the schemes that already exist we reduce cognitive load. If still want to make user think, How to show "Select all" option Try to keep 'select-all' option at the ...


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