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Payment Flow UX: Entering Credit Card Information

Entering credit card information is a task that can afford no error. Users are more careful and sensitive with their input. However, a poorly designed credit card form is error prone and will cause frustration no matter what. The following best practices will guarantee your form meets user needs. Credit Card Cues Users need to […] The post Payment...

Payment Flow UX: Selecting a Payment Method

Making online payments is a sensitive task for most users. It involves them handing over their money, so any friction along the flow can cause them to abandon the checkout. When designing an online payment flow, you must make the user experience seamless to reduce as much friction as possible. The first step in the […] The post Payment Flow UX: Selecting...

The Right Way to Design a Modal Confirmation Dialog

There are a few bad practices designers often commit on modal confirmation dialogs. If you don’t correct them, you’ll leave your users bewildered to where they cannot act with certainty. Confirming data is essential when it involves monetary transactions and sensitive items. For instance, ordering a registration renewal sticker requires the user to...

Data Design Magic for More Intuitive UI Cards

Cards are the component to use when displaying thumbnail images with data. Designing intuitive cards for easy consumption is a challenge for many designers. They’ll often present the information in a rudimentary list format that doesn’t do the data justice. In other words, the cards don’t have any data design magic added to them. They […] The post...

Why Hover Menus Should Always Touch the Navigation Bar

One of the most frustrating user experiences is not being able to click a menu item when you hover your mouse over it. As a result, users can’t navigate to the page they want and are stuck on the home page. This issue doesn’t always happen, but it often occurs if the hover menu isn’t […] The post Why Hover Menus Should Always Touch the Navigation...

When You Should Use a Sticky Navigation Bar

The navigation bar of an interface is a special place. It’s where users go whenever they need to change the content they’re viewing. However, the navigation bar is usually out of reach when users scroll deep down the page. The user must scroll back up to access it, which requires time and effort. A solution […] The post When You Should Use a Sticky...

Everything Users Need to See on a Thank You Page

After users buy a product online, they want to feel secure about their purchase. They need confirmation that their purchase went through and that they’ll receive it. A proper thank you page gives them the assurance they need. However, most thank you pages don’t do enough to make users feel in control. Instead, they lack […] The post Everything Users...

The Best Mobile UI for Picking Date and Time

Booking appointments online is a challenging task on mobile devices. One reason is that most interfaces use native iOS and Android pickers that are a pain to use. Native pickers are the input components that spin like slot machines. The user has to swipe their finger up and down each slot to select a date […] The post The Best Mobile UI for Picking...

The Easiest Way to Bulk Edit Data Tables

One of the most common interactions on data tables is editing. Users can typically use inline editing when they need to edit a specific data field. However, this approach only allows for editing each field one by one. This process can be slow and tedious if users need to bulk edit multiple fields. Editing multiple […] The post The Easiest Way to Bulk...

A Guide to Designing Better Filter UI Components

Selecting input on filters can often incur a high cognitive load on users. You can do a lot to improve the input selection experience. Here are some ideas that’ll help improve your filter UI. Data Graph Range Sliders When users select a range to filter, they usually aren’t sure what a good min and max […] The post A Guide to Designing Better Filter...

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