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Simultaneous task -Design Advice

You can group all tasks that have to run simultaneously. Something like this: When "Add task" under "When complete..." is clicked a new task is created in a new group and the button changes to "Add ...
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How to better represent a process flow in a dashboard?

Allow 2 views: Sequential view for displaying orders by sequential steps, and a production floor view to show bottlenecks and throughput. Since you can't have a strict order across all steps, have ...
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To Link or Not to Link Social Logins with a Matching Email

The social accounts anyways confirms if the user wants to log in to the service with the current account or not, so I see no issue or security concern with not linking the social accounts if the email ...
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Why separate login and signup page?

Because you want to keep it as simple as possible Great question! I've had a chance to actually test it with one of my projects. We had a single form which required email and password, and we wanted ...
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How to Handle User Email Confirmation After User Becomes a Paying Customer And Doesn't Confirm Email

The time when user requests for the email change, send them the confirmation link and till the time the new email ID gets confirmed, treat the earlier email address as the primary email. Just make ...
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How do you communicate to a user that their money will not be available because of a technical limitation?

I feel like you're going about this the wrong way, you should ask the creator of the button, prior to any implementation, the questions if it fundamentally relies on them being in the right country ...
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To Link or Not to Link Social Logins with a Matching Email

I wouldn't say that there are any security concerns because if access to the e-mail is required in all cases, you know that the user should be owner of both accounts. However, the user may not want ...
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Why separate login and signup page?

An answer to this question might begin with a counter question: Can we have two Primary Buttons for a same form? As @rojcyk mentioned, it helps in completing the action quickly without cognitive ...
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Checkout flow for buying as guest

I'm also currently designing an e-commerce website and I'm using something similar to your second option (layout wise). Once the user selects "Checkout as a guest" they are redirected to the next ...
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How to Handle User Email Confirmation After User Becomes a Paying Customer And Doesn't Confirm Email

solution 1 - While the user change their email in step 5, you can communicate with the user on the change email page or section, that while we welcome the user email change, an unconfirmed e-mail may ...
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Handling two possible workflows of the same action

You can test a dropdown button, which treats all paths as equivalent choices. I don't know your domain, but if you have complex workflows with many paths, and the requirements are to keep those paths /...
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Handling two possible workflows of the same action

I wouldn't overcomplicate the save functionality. It's a pattern that users are used to and have clear expectations of how it should work. I would introduce an added step after saving, either as a ...
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Clearly differentiating between radio buttons and checkboxes in funnel

I feel like sometimes just a little bit more text can be surprisingly effective. You can simply tell people how many choices they have. The left could say "select one of the following" while the ...
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UI/UX in agile team vs technical limitation of design

You could always place both the UI/UX designer and a member of the programming team onto the design sprint and keep the rest of the development team on the development sprint. The designer and ...
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To Link or Not to Link Social Logins with a Matching Email

Actually it follows the same logic as the other post you linked. The reasoning on the UX side is simple: we all use so many services and apps that we don't remember, if we get logged out after weeks (...
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Should I be linking to the home-page on completion of checkout?

No. This is because typically a customer does not continue shopping on the website after they place an order; they instead leave the website as there is nothing more to do (i.e, a 'continue shopping' ...
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What's a good way to design a menu in which some menu items are dependent on others?

1) Horizontal sub-navigation One solution may be to separate those items which require more context (like the prior selection of a customer or supplier), into a seperate level of navigation. One ...
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What's a good way to design a menu in which some menu items are dependent on others?

My suggestion is to avoid having these context-dependent items in the menu in the first place. The items are especially confusing because they lead to different places depending on who was selected ...
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How to adapt UX design approach/process for short timeframe projects (e.g. hackathons)

I guess it depends on the project that you decide to work on, but I don't know exactly what a 'pure' UX hackathon is exactly and how it is different from other types of hackathons. Typically a UX ...
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Help with Design Team Dynamic Problems

You're probably not going to like this answer. Here's how this is likely to be perceived by anyone you escalate this to who isn't a designer: Your design team is led (you haven't said whether that ...
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What kind of message should I display for processes that are queued because other users are currently running the process?

Is it possible you can prevent them from trying to initiate the process to start with, so they don't encounter a dialog? Ideally, if the system can be aware of what jobs are running, you could have ...
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How to let the user update their email if they used a social login?

EDIT: My initial answer got right into some ideas but it needs some introduction first: As I commented below, it is my advice to take a step back and think about the reason why this problem exists in ...
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What to do when a seemingly final action is not the final action

Your user tests shows, that the users are understanding, that they have to click the "submit review" button and that they appreciate the fact that there is a modal after that action. Usually ...
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Is there a database or guide for existing keyboard shortcuts or conventions?

The main thing you need to be careful of are the OS shortcuts. Windows: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/windows/keyboard-shortcuts-in-windows-dcc61a57-8ff0-cffe-9796-cb9706c75eec MacOS: https://...
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How to allow two actions per list item?

Split Buttons A split button is a button with two components: a label and an arrow; clicking on the label selects a default action, and clicking on the arrow opens up a list of other possible actions....
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How to design a change state action

Atlassian Jira uses a combination of a configurable set of buttons for the most common transition(s) (Needs Verification, Verify Issue Exists) a combo box for all remaining transitions (Workflow) ...
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How to allow two actions per list item?

Take a step back in your user flow. Is your user really filling out Form 1, then Form 2, then Form 3, etc.? Or are they reading information about Event 1, optionally seeing who else has registered, ...
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How to minimize onboarding steps for mobile apps when invited/added by another user?

OK, this is where drawing user flows comes handy. See, in your scenario you're assuming the user will read the welcome mail on a mobile device. But... what if the user opens the mail on a desktop or ...
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UX to VD Workflow

From your description seems that neither you nor them have any clue of how the process is going to go. What is going to actually happen is going be unveiled in the near future. There are many things ...
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