In a table design pattern there is usually a 'primary' key value which all the other values can be sorted by, and it is easy to sort or order the rest of the attributes associated with the item. ...
What is a great way to display a user's email address in a small amount of horizontal space (in a user card)?
I'm designing an area of an app that needs to display users in a certain group. To save space while providing larger (more recognizable photos), I've decided to use a "card" style with photo above ...
One of the best tools I've found for card sort experiments seems to be websort, mainly because you can just send out a link for participants to go through the exercise at their own convenience. ...
We are developing a platform and we need to show a visual way the most relevant information from different sources to the users. The user need to interact with this "pieces of information" and this ...
I am looking at the design of credit card entry forms. I have the option of validating the card number to determine the additional information fields on the form like start date and issue number. ...
I want to implement flipping cards on my website because they look awesome and they allow the user to see more information on hover. However I started to think it was a bad idea because instead of ...
I've been searching around for the last few days looking for resources for a inspirational workshop. What I have in mind—and haven't been able to find—in a set of "cards" with different ...
I'm trying to create a card with some text/images inside, which can expand down and expose more content if a user clicks on the expand button (a huge down arrow). The natural way to do this obviously ...
The use of a tile or card design pattern to present information as a replacement for the conventional list and table view presents a rather interesting challenge for programmers when they have to ...
I am creating a card stack ui for selecting items and creating a new item. Right now the page looks like this: I'm not sure if the ui for creating a new item should be a card itself or a separate ...
Would laying out a multitude of [text-only] topics/options (> 15) in a card layout increase interface clutter?
I am trying to figure out when a card layout is optimal and when alternatives are ideal. For example, Khan Academy's lists has > 50 items, and is arranged in a neat list. Observing the flat trends ...