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Pagination: what do you need the “last page” button for?
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How about and oldest item? Although I don't see why it couldn't be solved with sort by date rather than pagination. Same goes with price, alphabetical etc.

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What situations might it be acceptable to design something that would be considered unethical?
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Here is an example of unethical design from Amazon. "Continue ordering without performing the additional action of purchasing premium" is in small text and hidden besides other text. The most ...

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Is it a good/acceptable practice to combine checkboxes with radio buttons for one question?
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All the other answers are suggesting you shouldn't do this. I have a counter-argument: I have been a member in five different survey companies: one worldwide, three Nordic/Scandinavic and one local. ...

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What's the best way to let a user order items using boolean values and rules?
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I personally like Google Scholar's approach: You could have similar, for example headers use these rules always use one of these rules And then the user selects or writes the rules for both of the ...

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Should toggleable sections only allow one section to be opened at a time?
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It depends entirely from the context. Allow one open when the general view is the main object of interest: the general view needs to be easily scannable: you can compare for example price of ...

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How to display choices from multiple options on mobile
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I think number 1 is clear enough if you don't but the add button inside the accordion.

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Should I hide the multi-language selection button/menu if my app has only one language currently?
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It depends on the context, do you have a good reason to show to the user this feature will be available in the future? For example if there is a public beta phase to test user behavior / advertise ...

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If current language option doesn't need to show, how to display a language selector?
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If you have only few languages, another common pattern is to display the languages in a link list, current language as a non link. That way you solve both problems showing which language you are ...

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Is it good practice to show notification on error?
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Notification is feedback about system status. In some cases it's crucial, in some cases not. For example, if login fails because of system error, user needs to know that, so he's not just sitting ...

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Lengthy forms with scroll (on Web)
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Scrollspy is rather a term from the technical side, in UX field it would be called in-page links, anchor links, or jump links. This article may be useful for you: https://www.nngroup.com/articles/in-...

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Single point adding on maps?
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How comfortable it would be to use option number three, depends in what kind of situations your users use the map. For example, if I'm walking around a city, going to bars and stores and want to mark ...

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When designing a list of items with associated actions what is the better approach?
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The problem with icons is that it's hard to remember what they mean, showing text is always better and if icons are absolutely necessary, text should still be provided for example when hovering over ...

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Multipart progress / status bar colours
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Take a look at JIRAs progressbar: Colors work well and there is clear indicator which color means what. The numbers here are more clear than having them inside the progressbar like in Charles' answer,...

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Alphabetical grouping of accented words
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Ä, Ö, Õ, Å etc. are not accented letters, but completely different and different sounding letters than A and O, in Swedish and Finnish alphabet they are in the end of the "english" letters. I have ...

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How do you start doing UX design?
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I studied a MOOC program in edx, called User Experience (UX) Research and Design MicroMasters. It is free and I think it provided a good overview what UX field involves, as well as some tools, ...

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Linking a Navigation menu item to external URL
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Since the external links are not the core of the business, I'd recommend not placing them in the menu next to the core business links, but instead under one logical entity, like the previous answer ...

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Conditional forms and disabling input fields?
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A common element in very long forms (my experience is from research questionnaires, advertising etc.) is to simply present one question at time, and then show next element depending on previous ...

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How to design for people not willing to learn?
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I once watched usability testing session where participants were supposed to perform a task. One participant got sidetracked from the task several times, and the researcher had to remind him about the ...

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Sign in form design - asking for advice on a mockup
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I think the most important UX rule here to comply is "You are not the user". The form guidelines are born as a result of many researches and applications. Here is one. Non-standard solution may feel ...

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