Mindaugas Vaiciulis
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Are fake loaders bad ux?
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https://www.nngroup.com/articles/progress-indicators/ has in-depth research about it: In short: Dynamic “visibility of system status remains among the most important and universally applicable ...

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FAQ page best practices
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Accordions Summary: Longer pages can benefit users. Accordions shorten pages and reduce scrolling, but they increase the interaction cost by requiring people to decide on topic headings. ...

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Sentence out of form fields
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Technique that you're trying to utilize called "Natural Language Form". Do they work better than normal forms? There's no right or wrong answer. Try A/B testing it. In some scenarios it ...

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How to define to features after identifying problems
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I could only suggest few methods which should help you figure out what are your key features. WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO PRIORITIZE? ‣ Focus on what adds value to the user’s experience. ‣ It’s much ...

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Availability of tooltip text for keyboard users
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https://www.nngroup.com/articles/tooltip-guidelines/ has good information about it: Definition: A tooltip is a brief, informative message that appears when a user interacts with an element in a ...

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How to more effectively communicate important announcements to users?
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By the look of it you did good job how you communicate with your users using email, and you tried various methods to attract more attention. Saying that you do not mention you user base specifics. I ...

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Using color to define interactivity
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In Summary: Whether you adopt a flat-design style or not, interactive components must retain sufficient cues to suggest clickability. Signaling clickability with cues such as borders, color, size, ...

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Global functionality placement on Material Design
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I was trying to understand your question and linkage to material design principles. I really struggled to link both, as material design doesn't really provide direct answer to your question, but it ...

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Grouping in an e-commerce environment
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Your solution is not bad at all and you incorporated Law of Proximity (1) pretty well. My only suggestion would be to to combine this with Law of Unified Connectedness (2) You've mentioned that that: ...

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Problem with layout of multiple complicated forms
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I do agree with answers above. Question is a bit too generic and you do not state about initial user feedback. Could that be just an assumptions? I'll try to suggest you how you could go from "...

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Accessible web calendar overview that's screen reader friendly
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You're lucky to have ability to deal with this right from the start. Once I had to rework complex news website to get (WCAG) 2.0 accreditation and it took me close to 9 month to complete this project! ...

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Most efficient mobile UI for double navigation
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Interesting question and good visual by Dipak. There's no right answers for you without testing various design patterns with your users. Basic Patterns for Mobile Navigation In Summary: Mobile ...

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Emphasis in plain text
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Text Size The size of the font is also significant. It is obvious, but we use larger fonts for important, eye-catching elements of our text such as titles. With a smaller size for the general body in ...

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