How to Report Errors in Forms: 10 Design Guidelines

Forms are necessary components of many applications and websites. We use them to log in, purchase items, send feedback, and enter our personal information. Think about the websites you use and how many times you enter information: how often do you run into errors? How frustrating is it to navigate

Tooltip Guidelines

The Business Insider website used tooltips for 2 of 3 icons in its navigation menu. (Note: on the homepage of the Business Insider website, the globe icon did have a tooltip that read Globe Icon. However, the label was not helpful, nor indicative of its functionality: a language selector.) In

Tooltip Guidelines
Apps Within Apps: UX Lessons from WeChat Mini Programs

Even if you won’t be designing a WeChat mini program, the user-experience implications of this type of extensible user interface are interesting. Traditionally, websites and software applications are closed packages that can’t be extended by users or third-party providers. In contrast, the

Apps Within Apps: UX Lessons from WeChat Mini Programs
Designing Effective Infographics

Consider the needs of the piece you are creating before adding interactive elements. What aspects of the data will users be interested in? If you simply want to make a point, then a static visualization supporting it may be enough. If you’d like your users to manipulate and get a deep

Designing Effective Infographics
Toggle-Switch Guidelines

If immediate results are not achievable or seem ill-suited, an alternative (i.e. radio buttons or a single checkbox — see chart above) should be used instead. If you’re considering including toggles in long forms where other types of form fields are present, and users will need to click a

Toggle-Switch Guidelines



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