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How to Make Users Fill Out the Longest 13 Field Form

Many websites attract users to their home page but lose them on the form. Low conversation rates occur when there are too many fields to fill out. Users don’t want to spend that much time and effort without getting an equal exchange in value. Most companies need to get the necessary information from users, so […] The post How to Make Users Fill Out...

Sat Feb 17, 2024 04:29
Dos and Don’ts for Form Input and Selection

Imagine having a book that helps you design an excellent UX for form input and selection. This book would comprehensively list all the dos and don’ts you should follow for every form component. You’ll never have trouble solving a design problem on your forms again. That’s what this book, “Dos and Don’ts for Form Input […] The post Dos and Don’ts for...

Thu Jan 18, 2024 00:40
Why Users View Details Better with Compact Slideovers

The conventional approach to displaying details is no longer the best option. When users click to view details, you typically display them in a full-page layout. But did you know this full-page layout can slow users down and make information hard to find? Most designers aren’t aware of this because they’ve followed the same practice […] The post Why...

Mon Jan 8, 2024 21:40
A Better Way to Display Data Than “Field: Value”

How well do you display data to your users? If all you do is present it in a “Field: Value” format, you’re not providing a pleasurable viewing experience. Instead, you’re creating extra visual work that can cause them to misread information. To illustrate, the example below displays data in a “Field: Value” format. Not only […] The post A Better Way...

Sat Jan 6, 2024 06:32
How to Simplify the Most Confusing Toggle Segments

Does your website or app have any toggle components? If it does, it’s essential to understand how to use them correctly so you don’t confuse users when they configure settings. A common mistake is to mix binary logic with toggle segments. In other words, designers will include “On/Off” options in the component. Not only that, […] The post How to Simplify...

Fri Jan 5, 2024 03:13
Why “View More” Buttons Are Better Than Pagination Links

How easy is it for users to browse your page content? If you’re using pagination links, you’re making it slower and harder for them to explore. Pagination links have been the traditional way for users to navigate and view pages. However, they have many UX problems most designers aren’t aware of. To improve the user’s […] The post Why “View More” Buttons...

Wed Dec 20, 2023 17:49

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