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Expand/collapse all - Combined or separate button(s)?

Note: This isn't a question about which icons or labels to use. It's purely about usability. So, I have a page with expandable panels and I want to add a button to expand/collapse all panels. Now, I ...
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Expand / collapse all buttons above accordion

I have a typical accordion with 7 items that can individually expand or collapse. I want to place a collapse all and expand all button above the accordion, but it seems kinda misplaced if it is just ...
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Responsive Shopping Cart

Below is the Wireframe for the Shopping Cart which automatically scrolls along the height of the content area in between the header and footer. Now in the smaller screen where the content will ...
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Best UX for creating or saving a “pre-set filter” or “favorite view” in a huge listing with filtering options (checkboxes)

Background A user is presented a panel with a big listing. There is a default view, but the user can also filter the listing to refresh the "panel". There are two sequential and almost dependent ...
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Positioning the same confirm button for 3 different panel displaying situations

I have two panels that are hidden/showed depending on the value of the "State to assign" dropdown. I've been doubting about placing the Confirm button: In a fixed position, for example: the bottom ...
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What is a good design choice for two collapsible panels on the left?

Our company UI stanradrds enforce the following overall design: Left hand side of the window contains a menu (what would have been navigational tabs otherwise) Right hand side is the app working ...
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What is a common term for the slide-able “info panel” on the bottom of certain smartphone apps?

I'm developing a smartphone application that displays a Google map. When a user taps a place on the map (for example, a restaurant), I want to display an "info panel" on the bottom of the app that ...
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When you have a side panel open, and the user scrolls, is it better to leave it open or to auto close the panel?

Say you have a side menu that opens from one side after clicking on an icon in a website. This menu would take more than 40% of the view-port in the horizontal direction. If the user scrolls down, is ...
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Discoverable control vs labeling controls

I have a site that I'm designing that will use a collapsible property grid on the right of the screen to display additional information about certain items a user selects. It is not always visible, ...
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Best approach to presenting collapsible/expandable panels with radio button headers

The user will be presented with multiple options (as radio buttons), and he/she must select one option before proceeding to the next step. The individual sections will be expandable/collapsible for ...
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Should I use Collapsible Panels on Landing Page or something else?

I am looking to build a landing page for new users from advertising. On my site, there are several ways to get what you want -- all of them equal weight from my perspective -- but with different ways ...
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Which UI is more user-friendly and effective: Tabs or Collapsible Panels?

Not sure if the collapsible panels have a different name but I have seen them referred to as rollouts. I have used many applications that use one or the other or both, but I am wondering if there are ...
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Responsive Secondary Menu

I have a layout similar to the below screenshot. Where the top nav will get collapsed using hte Twitter Bootstrap Nav Collapsed. Also i have a secondary menu below the nav bar on the left hand side ...
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Expanding Panel placement

I'm designing a feature for a product, which is going to bring down a panel that contains a list of virtual machines. The user will use this panel frequently to - start, stop and deploy services into ...
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Dynamic added Tabs vs Dynamic added collapsibles

We are creating dynamic multiple steps form where we have dynamically added form fields by the user and we'd like to group these fields under a common title in either tabs or collapsibles for example: ...
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Event notification & Activity notification - on the same page

My first ever question on UX. The problem is with a desktop web app, it currently plays host to an "activity" ticker (where activities of other users and self are displayed in a cubic spin animation ...
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Better paradigm for a Blender-style interface; lots of control panels and property panels

I am designing an editing application in html/js. After a while, I end up with a lot of different "panels", and I am having trouble displaying them all to the user in an efficient way. Sometimes it ...
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Using icons as checkboxes?

How unusable is it to use icons as checkboxes? It's a cool concept when it is implemented, however I am worried that it is not obvious that the icon is clickable. What are people's opinions about a) ...
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Resizing a Chart

A system that I'm working on has a pane with a chart displayed under a table. The user can choose to resize the pane to see more of the table. However, when this happens, the chart gets squeezed ...
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Ways to collapse sidebar as much as possible

OK, so here are two screenshots of classic collapsible sidebar: As we can see, when collapsed, sidebar still holds some space. The question is - what design patterns can be used to overcome this ...
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A special case of tree-view/collapsible panels

This might be considered a sort of special case of the issue described here: should arrows point left/down or down/up in collapsible accordion? I have this scenario: As can be seen in the ...