I am working on a request system for overtime. The first 4 fields are required, the Dept, Project and Job field are normally optional, but are there to allow the person to enter values as needed, ...
Here's a picture of my site: Now, ignoring the "erased" stuff, is there any way I can make this interface be reasonable? It will never fit on the screen no matter what I do, even if I go to 2 lines ...
Are there any guidelines or set of best practices on how to implement the initial data entry after the user has logged in for the first time? For example, I'm thinking of a web application for ...
I'm looking for some guidance on how labels should be styled for a data entry web application. My client feels that the labels detract from the user interface where I feel they provide necessary ...
I am developing a Windows Forms application to manage legal documents. Users will enter and modify information about these documents and much of this information is hierarchical. Documents have ...
How to design a screen in which users must choose a value from a list of options for each row in a 500 row table?
I'm designing an application that's supposed to help ease a very tedious and difficult task. Prior to this app - each user would be given a spreadsheet with about 5-8 columns, and 300-500 rows. (Each ...
In a complex data entry app I am trying to minimise the amount of stuff on screen. So I considered combining text entry and drop down into a single element. So the user can either select from the ...
I'm currently looking at a designing a VERY large webform which users will spend a lot of their day inputting data into. A few notes: This is basically data entry. These are power users, so ...