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Where should a newly added item go in table?
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The system should add the newly added user to the corresponding page based on the sorting and jump from the current page to the page of the newly added user. a. for extra affirmation, popup a ...

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Survey Confirmation - Emphasize the question or the answer?
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Interesting question! Options #1 for both screens. I think there are a few points here: Consistency. You don't want to cause a sudden flip between the two screens and confuse the users or make them ...

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Is replacing icons with emoji a good idea?
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It just is ❌ a 👍️ 💡. 👀 👇️: your application will 👀 unprofessional ➕, as someone 👈️ out, 🧒-ish; consider users with older systems or machines - they will ❌ be able to 👀 your emojis ➕ might get ...

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What's the purpose of this flashlight-like effect in windows callendar?
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This effect was made as part of the Microsoft's new design system called Fluent Design. There are 5 principles to it: Light: Light controls how user interface interacts with illumination and how ...

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Which UX guidelines exist for mobile app performance?
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There was a research done on that a couple of years ago. Have a look here: https://think.storage.googleapis.com/docs/mobile-page-speed-new-industry-benchmarks.pdf One of the first things they ...

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Is there a mathematical formula for the Gestalt Law of Proximity?
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I don't believe there is a common mathematical formula for that. Especially with perception theories. It would heavily depend on your user's screen (if it's a digital application?); angle and ...

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Are unclickable tags/chips a good practice?
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Second approach. Tags are normally clickable and often act as filters or search query of some sort. In your case: Time looks like you can 'schedule' something; Weights look like there's a list of ...

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How to display thumbnails for designs
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Have a google of ‘website thumbnails’ or ‘thumbnails for websites’. You will find: a lot of free APIs that can generate thumbnails for your websites with HTML you can then use for your portfolio; ...

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What screen should show after closing an iframe/modal?
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Depending on your modal actions (more information would be useful), there are quite a few things that could be done after the modal is closed and the original page is supposedly deprecated: Remove ...

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How to present filtering items in a sidebar?
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Have a look at the screens below. I'm not reinventing the wheel here, and just went a simple truncation mechanism: show/hide or show more/show less (whichever wording is suitable for you). Scrollbars ...

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How should i design two level insert for mobile application with better UX?
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Have a look at the screens below. They are addressing a couple of UX issues: Flow for level 2: I'm using Apple's approach to adding a contact (if you have an iPhone nearby, try adding a new contact ...

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when do I hide mobile onboarding hotspots
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You could: keep them, as they look 'tap-able' and a user would at least be curious. After they tap and do their onboarding, just remove the hot spot as you would; make them draggable, so when a user ...

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Ending user agreement
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Depends on the seriousness of your question, you have a few options: if it's too unbearable, disconnect your Internet. A lot of tortures will end instantaneously (Disclaimer: withdrawal effects may ...

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Collapsed or minified pagination
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After a few deliberations with my fellow designer, I have come up with a popover design that would allow users to customise the panel items to be displayed via checkboxes. This would help ...

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Ego struggles when creating an app?
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In all seriousness, it's an issue in any profession. It is important to remember, you're a cog in a process of your product development, where if you are not in sync with the process (including your ...

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registering to an account by an sms link in a mobile
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It's not that it would be a bad practice. It's potentially a security issue here: a link could be phishing. Especially with something private like a phone number. I would stick with emails or ...

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Documentation: one long page or several short pages
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Your previous experience tells you right:) According to HP article in reading and visualising data, people only take in 20% of what they read (and 80% of what they do and see): https://policyviz.com/...

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Start time and end time relating to the start of an event and end of an event
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In my opinion, because our eyes normally read things from left to right (I suppose unless you're native right-to-left language speaker/reader), your top approach seems like the best bet to me. Your ...

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Cart icon vs shopping icon
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In my opinion, shopping bag icon for going back to shopping is actually perfect, as well as shopping cart icon is perfect for...well, shopping cart. I am a big fan of shopping apps (mainly clothing ...

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Best way to denote possibility of refreshing an image which is embedded in text in Android
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You could blur out or change opacity to low on the icon that is semi-loaded; and then added a refresh icon on top of that with more prominent colour, like black to dark grey. See a simple example ...

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