Brian
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Should US State be a dropdown or text field
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I would argue that a good number of people think of the two-letter abbreviation when they think of their state(s). A form that accounts for both short and long-form manual input and a traditional drop-...

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Schedule - Time range selector with some time options
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3 votes

I would use a calendar-style layout for this sort of thing and only display the available time slots to the person (explicitly displaying the unavailable times might just confuse the person). Here's ...

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Table with multiple submission links for flip switch input
2 votes

I would eliminate the "Submit Choice" column and use checkboxes instead of switches or buttons in the "Repurchase" column, with choice submission being its own separate action. Think of it like a ...

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Gamification app walkthrough description
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2 votes

Apple's word isn't final when it comes to UI design, but they make it a point to talk about this in the iOS Human Interface Guidelines: As much as possible, avoid displaying a splash screen or ...

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Website hierarchical/dropdown menu best practices
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Smashing Magazine published an article on mobile wayfinding that I think is pretty helpful: http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2014/10/13/wayfinding-for-the-mobile-web/ None of those solutions are wrong,...

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CAPTCHA on mobile: what are the alternatives?
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I'm not a developer so I'm not sure of the security concerns (if there are any), but what about having the user respond via touch input? For example, you could have the user tap a box three times, or ...

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B2B Shop with Colors and Variants as a Matrix
1 votes

I would remove the incrementing controls from the quantity inputs. The number HTML input type supports this by default, so it's probably unnecessary. Having users use the mouse to increment or ...

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How to add many date ranges
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I'd probably separate this out into two separate views: Viewing the date range data, and creating/editing date ranges. The latter might use an accordion-style setup to create blocks for the dates and ...

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Simple POST Form for car insurance agency
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1 votes

Based on what you've told us, it seems like there are three primary routes to the add/edit workflow for customers: Global Nav → Add/Edit Customer Customer List → Add/Edit Customer Customer List → ...

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Should checkbox labels be to the right or the left?
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I'd also vote for following the "control-then-label" model that someone referenced, but with the caveat that context should take precedence over convention. For example: There's an online government ...

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Display + Ordering Issues w/ Inventory at Two Warehouses
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What about using a simple prompt to get the basic information from the user before they start? Only three points for data entry (whether you enter the number of days or the date, the other is ...

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Should navigation arrows function very differently depending on context?
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In the example you provided, I don't think that there's an issue because the visual treatments are unique enough to create different implications. Also, they're using a system to create consistency: ...

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How to create the best form asking buyers for their delivery address?
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It might be worth researching address formats from around the world to see if you can discern some common patterns. I'm sure that a lot of countries have at least some unique formatting, but I'd be ...

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Simple filter to allow for either AND or OR
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It might not be the most elegant solution, but I think a madlibs-type input would work here: I want to look for breads and/or desserts The bold text has a dropdown, and the and/or is a default ...

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