anti-pattern

General UX - Kitchen Sink
General UX

Kitchen Sink

What Problem Does This Solve? Showcase all conceivable functions and data in one page. Why Use This Pattern? The Kitchen Sink approach, sometimes also referred to as Swiss Army Knife app or data portal, is useful for demo applications which showcase all (or almost all) of the features and is a great way to introduce […]

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Empty Popup
General UX

Anti-Pattern: Empty Popup

What Problem Does This Solve? A user clicks on the map and in return is presented with a Info Popup that instead of showing useful details is either blank, empty or informs the user that no data is available. Why Use This Pattern? It is annoying and wastes precious time to show empty results. When […]

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