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2answers
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Is dark UI pleasing to general app consumers?

I noticed there is not so many dark apps on the app store. With few exceptions such as Spotify, it makes me wonder. On the other hand, Android seems to embrace dark colors a bit more. Is there any ...
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0answers
21 views

Any recommended design ebook /source? [duplicate]

I have just started with designing websites. However, I feel like I'm missing a lot of knowledge. I've read the following books: don't make me think ordering disorder Rocket surgery made easy ...
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1answer
44 views

Best List lots of Address BUT SIMPLE as well

I am trying to get a CLEAN yet NOT giving up on detail way to display quite abit of addresses. Here is the current method ( it is a Toggle ) BUT from a user looking at this THEY can't tell which ...
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1answer
48 views

how to choose the colours for different states for android components(ie pressed.selected focused..etc)

i am working with android project i choosen flat design for app...i got struggle on choosing the colours for pressed state..as per my design background is white..normal button is red...now the problem ...
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4answers
410 views

Design Nuances: Can they add value to any design, or are they simply a personal taste decision?

Update Since asking this question, I've come to a better understanding of how question scope should be defined (more precisely than this question's original version), so I'll better define the scope ...
3
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2answers
106 views

Subtle vs bright GUI design - Is there inherent value in design subtlety beyond user preference?

I've heard it said that a designer should almost always use subtle, simplistic style in the design of a typical user interface. Is that really the case? For example, Windows 8 is very bright / ...
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11answers
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Do interfaces really need to “look good”?

I notice that sites and software with less superficial value (less style, inspiration, or simply "neat-ness") often succeed far above their fantastically, well-designed counterparts. Is the style, ...
3
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6answers
170 views

What design principles are important for doing “more with less”? [duplicate]

What design principles can be used to achieve simplicity without diminishing the ability of the user to use an interface efficiently for complex tasks? Specifically, I'm wondering which key design ...
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1answer
62 views

How can I make my design blog's information more useful / accessible? [closed]

I have a blog which contains information about design/ research methods. I want to improve the UX and make the information more useful and importantly actionable. What steps can I take to achieve ...
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2answers
95 views

Testing visual lay-out and concept of interfaces on users before really starting development?

This is essentially about lay-out and visual structure, and using a couple of more or less random people to help thinking ("Random" people can mean someone passing your office, your neighbour, cousin, ...
2
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3answers
150 views

What is the best way to represent show and hide in icons?

I have a web page that has a list of columns of information. All columns have names and then some of the columns have items in them. I want to have an icon to represent Hide all empty columns ...
2
votes
4answers
340 views

Making coloured text links stand out and obvious that they can be clicked on

This is a redesign of my website: As you can see, its largely a work in progress; I'm trying to do a flat user interface design. I can tell you now that I am in no way a designer or UI/UX expert. ...
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4answers
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What is a good generalized “navigate to” or “open” or “more” or “choose” or “select” icon?

Imagine a table with many rows in a web application. The first column contains only an icon, no text. When single-clicking the icon, it must represent selecting that row and takes you to a new page. ...