I am currently working on a piece of software in which a user needs to select a group in order to display a information about that group. Details as follows: The user must select only 1 group at a ...
I have a chronological list of items. The user can operate on these items with three actions. So each row has three actions (or buttons for example). My dilemma is thus: Having three buttons on ...
I have considered using a side by side panel design. A list of rules on the left, and a tree navigation on the right - however the tree structure could get very nested. I am concerned how a user would ...
I have created a hierarchical data set which I use to store a tree of regions. I want users to be able to add new nodes onto the tree, but I am having a hard time thinking of a very user friendly way ...
Here's the scenario: You have a (hierarchical) catalogue of information about products. Some product information is local and the rest is remote. There could be upto 1000 distributed in some way - ...
Context In my Web based application I have a hierarchy of musical genres. There are around 1.5k genres in the tree, and the depth of the tree is at most about four levels. My application allows you ...
I have a list of items in a database and i display 10 items with some additional details at a time(as table rows). I use next & previous buttons to fetch the remaining items. This part has been ...
This is more of a musing, but in Windows Explorer, and IDEs like Eclipse, I often end up with a file tree that is expanded so many levels deep, I cannot see both the root and the files I'm working on ...