Unanswered Questions

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Paper on the significance of terminology regarding users

Does anyone know of material regarding the significance of terminology in (participatory) design processes? I'm looking for theory regarding cases such as this: If some users are patients being ...
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How to handle a bunch of downloads? (information architecture)

In a current project I'm working on, is the following in the request list: In the Footer-Menu should be an link to a download center, where users can download materials about the company (brochures, ...
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Various UI patterns for connecting panoramic images in a virtual tour

Here is the problem: There is a number of panoramic images available, made mostly in the indoor environment. Our user is assembling them all into a virtual tour, where a different kind of user will ...
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Do users understand “Shake to say no” animations?

It seems to be more prevalent recently that a form or action that is deemed invalid will respond by shaking in horizontal "no" like animation. A simple example seen here: or: This can be seen in ...
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Optimize click paths in booking process

I would like to optimize the click path of our booking process. To understand the requirements let me explain these a little bit: A room can be directly booked or manually. The second one needs a ...
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Usability of expandable footers on responsive websites

My coworkers and I were discussing what might be a trend in e-commerce websites: expandable footers. Here's an example from Topshop.com: And when expanded: I poked around for research or ...
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Data-Visualisation and the Users Expectations

I am currently working on an app to do with pensions. I have a graphical representation showing how much the user will have at their chosen retirement age; these are based on defined contributions and ...
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What's the best practice for button alignment in responsive email templates?

I was looking for case studies or UX research to figure out what is the best practice for button alignment especially in email templates, but couldn't find anything relevant. Our practice: We tend ...
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Published research supporting UX interview techniques?

I've seen a lot of articles online about never asking users what they want, not asking users to justify why they want it or why they made a decision, not asking users what they would hypothetically do ...
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How to make apply changes more noticeable?

I have this problem. I'm working with an application that has a live and nonlive mode. It's used in a live show (control lights), so people usually make modifications but they are not supposed to be ...
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Two similar values in two pickers with no labels

I have two date fields next to each other on a form in my app. I am not using labels for any of the fields. Rather I have put a help text inside each of them. When the user taps on a field, native ...
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Enabling desired date format for users

I don't want to force users to use only mm/dd/yyyy format on my website. My case: User will be able to choose which date format he prefers on the website ( calendars, tables and so on): 12.30.2016 ...
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Is inline validation convenient on pre filled form fields?

I have a form which partly pre-fills after filling in an address field. Is it convenient to give green check marks on the fields they didn't fill in themself?
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Automated testing WITH human factors to collect software metrics?

reaching out to see if any other UXers have experience collecting automated data for software KPIs (did a quick search for related question, and didn't find anything. Apologies if this has been asked ...
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Material Design: using cards for homogeneous content instead of list

The material design guidelines suggest to use lists for homogeneous content and cards for mostly heterogeneous content. It also suggests that if the content is more than 3 lines long then use cards ...

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