I'm working on an application that heavily utilizes datagrids (unfortunately) and I question the placement of the select option. Refer to my attachment and the list below:
Select Option - Datagrid:
- I've allocated the first column for selection when the user needs to select or compare items. So far, so good.
Select Option - Datagrid (2):
- Sometimes the user can select from a list of recipients and the same first column convention still makes sense. Great!
Select Option In Datagrid:
- In some instances the user needs to select from a list of packages (e.g., item 1, item 2, etc.) so they are applied to a location. Different from the first two examples, but for good reason.
Select Option - Datagrid(2):
- A list of flights with data progressing in the order you would expect. As a result, the select option is the last column.
Is Select Option In Datagird (2) breaking the convention set in the first two examples? Does the context justify the variation?
If Select Option - Datagrid (2) and Select Option In Datagird (2) appeared within the same page, would the different selection orientations slow users down?