Should a user be prevented from making an invalid selection or denied with an error message after the fact?
In my UI, there is an icon for ‘Open File’. When user clicks this icon, a normal file browser window opens. The user selects a file by browsing through the computer. The user should only select ...
I'm looking for a term which I'm pretty convinced exists but I have forgotten. Roughly, it describes the fact that a system or tool has several modes of operation / states and behaves differently in ...
I have a form with the normal sets of controls (checkboxes, select dropdowns, text input, etc) and i also have a table inside of the form so it looks like this: to Add / Edit items in the table, ...
In our application we have a ticket tool that allows you to create simple to complex tickets, and start a comment stream for collaboration. Current UI: Currently we have the UI structure with ...
I'm involved in a project where user actions are translated to automatic flow. Previous state: the user had to read the info, analyze it and take an action. Current state: the user reads a summary ...
I'm not really sure what an intuitive idle state and non-idle state icon could be. I was thinking an hour glass would be great for non-idle (busy) state. Does anyone have any good suggestions or ...
There is an adage in web UX which goes 'Don't break the back button' which refers to the fact that the back button in a browser is such a consistent function that to create a situation where it's ...