An admin area (administrative area) of a website contains the controls available to the site owner which allow them to control various aspects of the site, particularly ones that are not available to regular users. Examples of controls often found in an admin area include managing user access, ...
Overview I have a custom lightweight web CMS I am developing. It has a feature that allows business users to define hierarchical taxonomies, add/edit/delete nodes, change their sort order relative ...
This is a follow-up question from the previous question managing taxonomy hierarchies UI patterns. Question: When an item in a list has action buttons that perform create/edit/delete actions, is ...
Lets say we have an app that performs something like surveys. There are two primary types of users, administrative users who set up and build the surveys, (who are actually the customers), and the ...
If you have a site with two separate content sections, and then a third section for Admin tasks, would you find it confusing if the one of the content sections had its own Admin section apart from ...