Slavko Eror
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Is it worth to spend this much of time for paper prototyping?
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I'll answer your question from personal experience. I work for a large software company with dozens of XD designers (across different departments) and we do make extensive use of paper prototypes. ...

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Is there a recommended size for search boxes?
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About 4-5 years ago, I was working on the redesign of AOL Canada's homepage which, at the time, featured a gigantic Google-powered search bar in the header. The search bar was approximately 800 pixels ...

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Should my app send a confirmation email on user registration?
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Unless you're really, really concerned about the authenticity of users' email addresses - skip the 2nd step. If, for some reason, you want users to sign up with their real identities - again skip ...

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UX team of 10, looking for functional and effective ways to collaborate?
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See if you can organize your team around 2-3 common missions or objectives? Split your team into 2-3 mission-based sub-teams and identify a point-person for each mission (for example "team process ...

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What is the best way to show "Average" and "Max" of data usage per network in a chart?
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I like your initial toggle idea. Can you set it up in a way that it shows as an Average vs. Max toggle for on screen display, and exports as 2 separate side-by-side charts on a PDF? That way you've ...

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How to deal with supervisors that have no sense of UX?
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Keep in mind, almost every designer I know has been in a similar situation. Yes, you can always leave (and you should once you have a good opportunity), but you can also take this time as a chance to ...

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Should customer support requests have a character limit?
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I don't think a reasonable character limit would frustrate the user. The tricky part would be to figure out what is reasonable. In my opinion, something in the range of 600 characters (3-4 ...

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Date format best practise - scanning
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I assume you're finding the dashed list "easier to scan" because dashes make your dates appear as single strings.

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Getting Input From People About Neighborhood They Are Living In - How?
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I would suggest a quick "setup" questionnaire during 1st use. Something like: Welcome to "NeighbourhoodList". You are currently in [geolocation:"XYZ"], please help us rate this neighbourhood by ...

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Should an ATM display the balance on-screen after transaction?
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I would like to see an quick account summary right after I enter my pin. "Welcome! You have X $s in your account. Would you like to a) withdraw b) deposit..." Plus real time calculations as I'm ...

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Is clockwise or counter-clockwise rotated text easier to read?
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I agree with "clockwise on right, counter-clockwise on left" approach. My hunch is that this mental mode comes to us from building signage, where text which appears on flags or banners looks more "...

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When does a combo box get unwieldy?
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I like your question. The longest combo boxes I've seen are usually country lists (~196 countries). I'd say they are still easier to scan visually and navigate than if you were to place them in a 3 ...

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Login Screen Branding for Customer and Administartor
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You can try using a gear or wrench icon instead of the star icon to identify an admin user. Google image search examples: https://cdn0.iconfinder.com/data/icons/icostrike-characters/512/admin-512....

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