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Well as you might notice with this specific issue, there is no enough space to show all desirable values within provided screen. So as making them prioritized, you should also consider displaying a visually consistent interface. To achieve this beyond having a simple look, you'd better not to use any gradient color other than pointing out an action within ...


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Even I got the idea or aim of the question you ask, there's no proper way or a list containing all these phases in a single sheet as I know of. Rather there are several sources which doesn't make one of them over the other but preferably choosen. Since I'm mostly into academical part of the topic these days, I can provide a couple of example scales below ...


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This is a complex question. The simplest review would be to test how quickly a user can find the relative information and to notice the pain points. This information is now a baseline for future enhancements as well as providing user stories for your backlog. The more complex answer depends upon what your goals were before you started the app. If you didn'...


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If I understand correctly, the popup should be on top of the new data entry page, like a tutorial IMO - quick mockup for reference.


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Yea, you don't want to interrupt a search that has already been launched. But you might want to highlight the continually updated nature of your search by displaying a small message or alert at the top of the SRP, something that says, "New results found, search again?" Instagram and Twitter display similar messages for an updated feed.


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Apart from the technology involved, A user expects robustness and concurrency from the interface (where the search is initiated here). So to say, updating main page via web socket with new data sources is acceptable but trying to update the search result user already looked is not something desirable in this case since the user not necessarily have to turn ...


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I think most users don't expect their search results to change in real-time — that almost sounds like a separate feature (like subscribing to a topic). The flow I'd expect is that searching is a one-off operation which returns a set of static results, if you want up-to-date info then the user needs to perform the search again (think Google).


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