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Does it have to be a dropdown? If the range is not a huge one would it be okay to use a slider to select the items. It would be much better to see the whole context and see where it's been used. If it's located within a small dropdown ofc slider is a terrible choice. If it's on mobile that's much worse lol. But if you really need to use icons, I would ...


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I understand that you are trying to reduce the number of text in the page, which is a good thought, however as a best practice try to use the standard UX pattern which is well known and proved to work well. Also, users may interpresent an icon differently according to their content and culture, so it is difficult to design a good icon. I assume the 'items ...


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I've done a similar thing for a client who wanted to release a novel app. We used a landing (or branding) page as a means of onboarding the user with minimal info and maximum feel-good content, especially when you target users through classical channels or social media campaigns. We found that a landing page prepares the user for an app that doesn't convey ...


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IMO, landing pages are not just for providing info. Yes, it is a way to provide info but it can also act as an user interface in case the app takes longer to load on a poor connection. It is better to user a static page instead of completely depending on dynamically loaded pages. It is a way to increase the conversion rate. There are many more uses but i ...


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