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What is the best approach to showing the difference between wanting to buy and having an item for sale? These options come to mind:

  1. A filter or sorting menu like list view and thumbnail view;
  2. Tabs for 'Item for sale' and 'Want to buy';
  3. A dropdown menu for choosing between categories.

Any suggestions for how I can improve the usability of this? I'm planning to do some A/B testing but I wanted to ask here first.

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I'd suggest any out of the following approaches

  • Filter: [all][buy][sale]
  • Tabular: | Buy | Sale |
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Thanks for the suggestion and think i will make an a/b testing for this –  ericsonluciano Dec 3 '13 at 8:09
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