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Display on hover, in my opinion, works with scenarios where there's just one or a few previews on the page, not on a page where there are tons of preview links. There are a lot of subcategories and the user's mouse will hover over them on a frequent basis, there will be a lot of pop ups on the screen as the user move their mouse and that can get annoying. ...


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It depends on what sort of data you are expecting. Expanding fields are great for compact forms where the user isn't likely to need multiple lines all of the time but you still want to provide the option for longer inputs. Generally these are used for the message input in chat interfaces where comments tend to be short, one-line statements but can be entire ...


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I don't think any increase or reduction in the number of breakpoints would be achieved using aspect-ratio. So no disadvantages and the advantage is only if it makes more sense to you while developing. It is a less used approach but not a bad one as long as you couple it, as you mentioned, with a screen pixel-size. The pixel size would be used to render a ...


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Install the Quora app and enjoy: decreased Accessibility. E.g. no landscape support. Note: the top web browser apps do support landscape. multiple prompts to login with a Google account, in a row. I count 3 prompts in a row to login with Google account on Android (this app is a joke). be a party in copyright abuse as license attribution is not available to ...


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This is a broad question that covers a number of different aspects, so I won't go into detail here. However, these are some general areas that will hopefully help with initial research and reading for you. In terms of Information Architecture, conveying information to a user efficiently involves the effective use of chunking to group information into ...


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I'm the author of Bubbles. It's created for this exact purpose, you can capture any site and share your thoughts using comment annotations. You can easily share your page with your team and collaborate on top of it.


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There is no real answer to the question of which one comes first, as often they are done in parallel (by different teams) or done one before the other. But there is probably consensus on the fact that there is overlap between branding and UX, and the degree of that overlap depends largely on the structure of the organisation and its level of UX maturity. ...


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What you mean with logo, typography, colours is not corporate identity and not branding, but rather corporate design. The role of corporate design has changed in the last 5-10 years. 10 years ago the branding was clearly distinguishable. Even looking at display from 5 meters distance you could clearly say if this a web site of IBM, MS or Oracle. Nowdays all ...


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Usually at larger companies, Branding and UX will be handled by different teams or designers who collaborate with one another to ensure their work is in alignment. However, for smaller companies or startups, it's common for one designer or team to handle both Branding and UX needs. If that's the situation you're in, it's important to first consider that ...


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Is the designer talking about replacing scrollbars with a floating scroll down/up button? I think it's reasonable because that's a mobile-first approach and I've seen it being used successfully in certain contexts, but those buttons can't replace scrollbars in a grid.


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Look for all the ways your data can be presented and consider facts as : how many users will you poke the most and the least. Can I poke 500 users or 50000 users ? What is important for me to see ? Who I poked or who responded or what the response is ? That will lead you to a more condensed view. Maybe a chart with filters and hover to show info. It ...


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This is probably best done with annotations If the number of annotations get too robust for your sketch you can always sketch the menu(s) separately to include them as an addendum. Feel free to replace “content” "links" “page” with actual locations. Bonus: if you can draw the arrows pointing directly to content in the page(s). You’ll have made yourself a ...


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This is essentially the same as the answer above by @Mohammed Yaseen Ganai, but I felt that some more explanation was in order to really help you understand the suggestion. The most important thing here is not breaking convention unnecessarily - there already exist UI elements to do exactly what you want to do: Radios and Checkboxes. Radio buttons Radio ...


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Switches are generally used when there are only one or two options. In this case, there a four options so checkboxes would work better. The options could be made more user-friendly and understandable with the addition of a verb: Allow multiple valid answers [checkbox] Allow multiple attempts [checkbox] Shuffle questions [checkbox] Shuffle answers [...


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Standard behaviour for a switch is when the action takes effect instantly, a checkbox takes effect after a submit button is pressed. I suggest you change the options you have for multiple attempts etc to checkboxes. Then move down the option for multiple answers to just above where you select the correct answer, here a switch makes sense. Group things that ...


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A footer should be placed and fixed at the bottom of the document page, not right below the content. Edit: let me clarify. I think having the footer at the bottom adds a more finished look, adds closure to the design. There won't be any confusion as to where is the content area, and where it ends. Whereas having a lot of white space below the footer can ...


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we can display their role somewhere under my profile section with a list of permission available for that role, no need to display in front always. In case the User has multiple roles then it has to login with different credentials or a better way is to create a new role based on a new set of permissions given to the user, so a user can use the single ...


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One may add as many as content or features to site, but what matters is that the content or features you provided are really needed in the first place or not. So we can try to reduce that content and then segregation of that content so we can assign a tab to each part. we can try to reduce scroll as the content we are going to have can be read in a non-...


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I think the word you're looking for is "Tag Cloud". Additionally, the size of the cloud (circles, in your example) usually depends on pre-defined parameters. For example, you can visit Stackexchange's website: https://stackexchange.com/sites and notice that the size of the box depends on the number of people in the community (and other parameters as well, ...


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Remove the toggle for multiple choice. Keep radio buttons for single answer questions. Keep check boxes for multiple answer questions.


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This is commonly refferred to as bubble chart. Probably the most common package for charts (for web-design) is chart.js var myBubbleChart = new Chart(ctx, { type: 'bubble', data: data, options: options }); As for floating and bouncing, I doubt that. Then it's no longer a chart. But it shouldn't be too hard, you probably might wanna use canvas ...


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13 in total and every column is important to show. I would suggest prioritizing data you want to show to the user at once. Conduct some research and decide which out of these 13 is most important, then provide an accordion in the table rows to show additional info on demand. Here is an article on Medium which talks in detail about handling complex data ...


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It won't be ugly/weird if you use it carefully for some blocks on a website. But if you're going to show much information your users can have difficulties to read it because in western culture people read from left to right and uneven edges of texts will do discomfort for them.


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Basically, the basis is the cash flow process - you need to ensure proper security and facilitate the process. Both the concept with an account and without an account is to some extent justified Yes gives greater possibilities in the scope of data collection, users, which at a later stage opens up many paths (gamification, rankings etc.) in theory, it can ...


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My thoughts are to ditch the wording login/register as that could be a blocker to donations. Just simply say “donate” in the header, then go through the flow of making a donation asking for card details and basic information like email, name etc. Once the donation is complete then say would you like to create an account and list out the advantages of having ...


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