user expectation – How product-led companies sell in the product experience or non-annoying UX/UI

In research mode in terms of upselling POV.

Looking for good examples of how other companies sell in the product experience – i.e in upsell/Converting free users to paying customers. Basically examples of how they sell in “non-shit” ways. I suppose people usually look at Dropbox, Spotify, Basecamp, Headspace etc. Also wondering any other products I should check out?

html – Visual Design Feedback on shopping cart experience

I am re-designing a shopping page experience, which is currently based on an OpenCart theme. I am seeking visual design feedback on the designs.

Some visual design changes in the redesign:

  • “Instead of a coupon” has a capital “I”. What is more appropriate – a lowercase or an uppercase?
  • An all uppercase item description – bold and fully justified. Ignore the actual words in the text, and focus only on the look and feel of the changes.

Current Design:

Current page

Proposed Design:

Proposed page

My experience with this fraudster fraud site Streamtape.com | NewProxyLists

dude, take screenshots of your traffic,
then take screenshots of the traffic on his site with data to prove,

then only accuse streamtape of shredding.
you can’t just come in with guns blazing, typing in bold and expecting everyone to go away from Streamtape.

do you due diligence and if you don’t like their services,
either move to a new video hoster or build your own.

How to design Community Page USer Experience for immigration application

One of the ways I improve my website design and good user usability skills is by looking at other people’s critiques on websites. I used to like Concept Feedback but it has closed down.

How do I find similar sites?

(Please don’t tell me to Google it. I did. I am trying to post this question in an acceptable SE Q&A format)

lists – Better user experience while having a small amount of content to show

I have the below screen that shows a list of items. The list can sometimes be long and sometimes short. When the list is long, the UI looks okay, but when it is short, the screen looks a little boring. Is there any suggestion to improve the display in this scenario?

Display of two phone mockups; one has only two items, the other has many

Context:

  • This is an app for a IOT device.
  • This screen comes in the middle of the user guide/on-board screens.

live search issue – User Experience Stack Exchange

I am trying to implement live search in my site-currently when the user enters a search letter(for example)—the search results that appear are those that contain the letter regardless if it is found in the beginning,end or middle of the search result.

For example…if l is entered as a search term…Pistolou will appear in the search results despite the fact that this word starts from P and not from l.

I wanted to know if you think this is the correct strategy or maybe it is better the Pistolou appears only when the user enters the letter P as a searh term.…like youtube does it or other sites out there.

Steelkiwi’s Experience Developing A Crm System For Client Management

Still not sure do you need a custom CRM or not? Just think about it: quality ready-made CRM solutions are expensive, while usually, your company does not need the whole set of provided functions. The cost of a custom CRM development also is not chip, however, when you are building a CRM system, you pay for the functions required particularly by your company. Plus, employees will not spend a lot of time exploring the new product, because CRM is initially created under the workflow, already established in the company.

psychology – Better user experience while having low content to show

The first screen isn’t “boring,” it’s “focused.”

A user will be task-driven and goal-oriented during this setup process. Rather than looking to be entertained or stimulated (as with a news or social media application), they’re trying to get a task completed. If the user happens to see fewer options during this step, it will actually help them complete their tasks easier.

trust – Testing the experience of entering sensitive information

I would like to understand any applicable methods for testing the user experience when entering sensitive financial information, specifically as part of usability testing with interactive prototypes. We’re limited to remote unmoderated at the moment with the COVID situation.

The only approach I can really see is providing fake credentials to the user as part of the test setup. But I don’t believe this approach replicates the real world friction/trust barriers which must be overcome. Another approach would maybe be to design a trust focussed test separate from the specific feature I’m testing, but I worry this could easily become disjoined from the core testing purpose of this feature and expand into an overall “do you trust this test platform” as well as “do you trust this app” enough to enter sensitive details which seems to ruin the purity and overall method.

In this example it’s not possible for me to use real world credentials and remove them afterwards as the onward flow from credential entry cannot be mocked out in an effective way.

I found one previous question on SE which looks similar usability testing with sensitive and private information but it’s back in 2015 and the only answer describes what I’ve already considered.

Has anyone seen/used any novel/effective ways of testing this kind of workflow?

user experience – App Design – Engagement Type selected at beggining, or Radio buttons mid-request?

I am building an app wherein a user will be requesting one of three engagement types:

  • Appointment (no SLA)
  • Consult (2hr SLA)
  • Emergency (10mins SLA)

We are considering two different scenarios for submission of the desired request:

  • Option 1 – At the beginning
  • Option 2 – In the middle

Option 1:

User opens app with three buttons:

Engagement Types:

  • 1-Appointment
  • 2-Consult
  • 3-Emergency

Next screen requires inputs:
Enter Patient Details (Name, ID, Reason for Request)

User will then see the next screen with the option to add images of injury or chart –

  • If user selected Engagement Type 1 – Click NEXT (only option beyond image captures)
  • If user selected Engagement Type 2 – Text Box will be available to enter consult request detail – Click SUBMIT CONSULT REQUEST
  • If user selected Engagement Type 3 – Click SUBMIT EMERGENCY CALLBACK (will auto-send sms to on-call individual with Requestor Name, Patient Name, Reason for Request)

Engagement Type 1 Continued:

User will see a screen with an auto-generated Appointment Location/Date/Time

—–END OF REQUEST—–

Option 2:

User opens app with one button: Start Request

Next screen requires inputs:
Enter Patient Details (Name, ID, Reason for Request)
Select Engagement Type:

  • 1- Appointment
  • 2- Consult
  • 3- EMERGENCY
  • Click NEXT

Next screen has option to add images of injury or chart and different option depending on Engagement Type:

  • If Engagement Type 1 screen: Click NEXT (only option beyond image captures)

  • If Engagement Type 2 screen: Text Box will be available to enter consult request detail – Click SUBMIT CONSULT REQUEST (auto-sends SMS with Requestor Name, Patient Name, Reason for Consult)

  • If Engagement Type 3 screen: Click SUBMIT EMERGENCY CALLBACK (will auto-send sms to on-call individual with Requestor Name, Patient Name, Reason for Request)

Engagement Type 1 Continued:

1 – Appointment: User will see a screen with an auto-generated Appointment Location/Date/Time

—–END OF REQUEST—–

Basically, is it better practice to have the user select the type of request up front, or to simplify with one button initiation and multiple radio buttons after the required inputs are completed?