a list is collection of elements (or items) that may or may not be ordered in a particular way.

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Best way to represent bulleted lists in a text file

I have a large document that used to be in rich text, but must now be in plaintext. The document previously utilized nested lists to organize information. Is there a "best practice" for replicating ...
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Documents List on Mobile

What is the best way to represent a list of documents on mobile? I am designing a mobile web application developed in SharePoint. What are some must-have features for a documents page? Details + ...
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Best practice/guidelines for performing action(s) on *all* list items in a mobile app?

What's a best practice for exposing a set of actions to perform on all items in a list view? For example, "Archive All" or "Delete All" in an email app that lists all emails ("bulk actions"). Do any ...
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How to display long list of names alphabetically?

I've got a pretty large amount of names to display on a webpage (~150). I was thinking maybe I could display 40 or so per page, but I have no clue how to do this without it looking hideous, as the ...
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iOS: best way to list items in variate amount?

For example, I have a form, where I should input date, country and my gender. date(many) - is very-very big list, so, apple make picker for it. Good one. country(several) - everybody know about ...
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Order of the fields in a list of ingredients

I need to display a list of ingredients for a cooking recipe on my site. I was wondering if there is a right way to sort the different fields in each line: the name of the ingredient the unit ...
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Representing conditionally visible screen elements

Does anyone have any ideas on how to represent, in a wireframe, elements that may or may not be visible on a screen? For example, suppose I was doing up a wireframe to show a list of bookings for a ...
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Allow users to select a top 10 list from 1000 items in database table

I have a database table with almost 1000 items, names ,image urls, desciptions etc. What would be the best way to allow a user to be able to select a top 10 list from those 1000 items, and then post ...
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What are some creative patterns for viewing and selecting individual items in a large non-hierarchical list?

As part of a profile flow, I need to allow the user to look through and select individual items to add to their profile. This list of items can be upwards of 300 items (the represent company ...
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Making a cool checklist [duplicate]

In part of my app, the user is required to select items from a list. Lists are not very friendly because there's a large amount of information and it requires for the user to spend a lot of time ...
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Best way to input a list of emails

Whats the best-practice way to input a column of emails that associate with different people- a la: My worry is that all the blue buttons and call to actions look cluttered and feels overwhelming ...
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What is the best way to display two CTA's within a single column

Currently the users can "print codes" for the entire group or invite individuals by email. Can you imagine a better solution to make it more clear that both options are available without prioritizing ...
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Where to place icons in a checklist? Before or after?

I want to display a list of permissions, with tick icons to indicate what permissions a user has. Where should I place the tick icons - before (on the left) or after (on the right) each item?
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UI : How to edit, save and load a list?

I work on a list builder component that the user must be able to build easliy, save and re-open if needed. I precise that only one list can be active. I didn't find any similar component on the web, ...
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Mobile. Long list to scroll, vs. collapsible trees

Regarding mobile.... The user uses 2 dropdown lists to select a date range for a filter. The results of the filter (date range), which are shown below the filter options, is where my manager and I ...
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Best way to construct a daily repeating set of steps?

I am developing an (web)application in which a user can upload data (for example excel, csv), apply some filters and export this data in several other formats. The user can continuously upload more ...
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Does finding something through a map also require a manual search?

I am about to create an android application. The application deals with objects that have location attributes and can be displayed on a map. I am thinking of having the map be displayed first with ...
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Long select lists on mobile web app

I know long lists on mobile have been discussed on here before. But there are some differences in my problem - and I have yet to find a solution I am fully satisified with. This is for a responsive ...
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Handling loss of visual relationship when selected item scrolls out of view?

I have a list of items. These are selectable, but only one at a time, and when one is selected a panel to the right of the list populates with further info on that selected item. The row is styled to ...
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Should you also order threads by their last edit?

In a discussion forum, you will often see threads sorted by the last reply to that thread (please disregard the sticky threads in the image below). What I'm beginning to wonder is what part editing ...
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IOS resizing labels

So I'm wondering how best to solve this problem. I want to display a 'list' of elements in my app. Right now this is what it looks like - That looks really bad, and I'm not sure how to make it so ...
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Design pattern for drag drop within a ListBox?

Need advice on how to build an intuitive UI: I have a ListBox of items, that can be re-ordered by drag drop. I get to this screen when I add a new item. Now this new item needs to be inserted into ...
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Choosing Multiple List Items While Allowing User Generated Content

I have a mobile app that allows a user to select multiple items e.g. item a, b, c and so forth and have this items displayed in his profile. However, the mobile app should be flexible enough so that ...
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How to organize list based content, newest to oldest or vice versa?

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 ...
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How to present a huge list that support searching and scrolling in a fast way?

We are using jQuery UI Tabs to display 2 tabs with huge data; each tabs contain more than 8,000 drugs. The tab switching is currently extremely slow, it takes 4 to 5 seconds (on Chrome, IE) and 2-3 ...
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Use last modified time or time created for ordering by date?

When sorting a list of items by date, is it more logical to sort it by the time that each item was modified or the time that each item was created? I have seen both of these methods used and I'm ...
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What UI Control should I use to allow users the select the order items are displayed in?

Our UI displays different list of attributes in tooltips (mouse over) and balloons (right click). Users can select the attributes that will be displayed in each case in an admin panel. I want to ...
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how to visually distinguish two types of items in a list

Is there a best practice or convention for distinguishing two or more types of items in a long list in an elegant way? I have a search box in my app that returns two types of medical diagnosis codes. ...
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How best to let a user specify a subsets of a series of really long lists of long titles?

I'm writing a special-purpose CMS. It focuses on brief, rich text content as nodes in a large network of densely interrelated information. There are many different kinds of relationships, like ...
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Where to put an “add a new item” option

If user doesn't find an item from the list, they should add it using “add a new item” option. Are there any patterns, guides or best practices showing where to put an “add a new item” option?
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Displaying a search option based on the size of a list

On a mobile application I am developing, there is a screen that populates a list dependent on my client. For some clients, this list may contain only 2 items, and for others it may contain as many as ...
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How to add sub-sets of grouped information as one group?

Trying to describe this as best as possible, we have a group of 3 pieces of information (1 x label, 1 x text area, 1 x label) alongside a " submit and add new "button. Once submitted, the submitted ...
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How many items should one list row contain?

How many items are recommended to put in one row of the list? Are there any recommendations, how many items should one row contains in the list? A lot of famous e-shops put a lot of items in one row, ...
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Searching items in a tabbed modal window

I have a modal window which lists items and organizes them by category through tabs. I want to implement a typeahead search for the items. My current implementation is to have search as another tab ...
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How should I handle calls-to-action on all items in a list?

I have a long list of items with an obvious CTA for each one. The content of the items in the list are different but the CTAs are all the same. This is not in an application context, more a ...
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How to present a todo list / checklist to a user

I'm working on a website where each user have to fill some forms to add some data which must be validated by some administrators. I won't enter into details in order to find a general solution which ...
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Desktop patterns for displaying long lists of sorted data

On mobile devices, we have an alphabet scroll thumb. What is an appropriate substitute for a web page viewed on a desktop? I don't want to interfere with the native scroll bar or overwhelm the ...
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Acessibility… tables or lists

I am creating a list of links which have the following in them: link title and url a comment about the link a date that the link was posted I wish to do this using accessible best practice, but ...
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Interaction patterns for consecutive/linked multiple selects

I have a web app and need to add a page where the user must select 1+ sets of 2 groups of items: Animals and Colors. In other words, they should be able to select 1+ Animals, and 1+ Colors. But, the ...
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Display a list of current tasks, future and past

The user comes to perform the current task. If the task is done — the task goes to "done list"; if the task is skipped — it goes to "skipped list". The current design has completed tasks indicated by ...
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Responsive list views - shrink layout or reorganise?

Going through a site redesign at the moment and considering my options for a list view. This list view contains a thumbnail, title, sub-title, description and some meta. This is displayed with the ...
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Is there a better way than a drop down HTML select to offer website users a long list of links to jump to?

I am creating a sort of jump page for my team. We need to be able to select from a list of about 20 - 30 portals to jump to from this page. Would the HTML select be the best way to offer that or, as ...
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How would you filter a list of many items?

When I go to UX job interviews, I very often get asked this question: How would you display a big list of many items and many filters / filter criteria? For example: consider a huge list of items ...
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Selecting many elements from a long list

I have a scenario where my 'create user' dialog has a very long list of options, of which the user needs to select many. The project manager has suggested a 'dual list' approach: a long (scrolled) ...
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Selecting item with additional settings from list

This is for a web interface. I have a list where users can select items that displays data onto a page. Some items are already preconfigured so that when you select them, no additional settings are ...
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Display expanded information

Today we have a simple table which is used to display time off entitlement for users - it is pretty simple and works well. We now need to expand this as there will be multiple types of time off and ...
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Creating an understandable sort for movies - some of which have incomplete data

I'm creating an app to help organize what movies you do and do not want to watch while also help facilitate movie discovery. Movies are pulled in through iTunes and Rottentomatoes. The first view of ...
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Why does the iOs Contacts app feature both a Quick search field and a alphabetical annotated scrollbar?

The Contacts view on iOS consists of a Quick search filter field, the contact list itself and an annotated scrolllbar that lets people jump directly to specific letters. To me the annotated ...
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Informing user how to delete list item

So I'm designing an Android app - there's a ListView section adding and removing accounts. I came across a problem where there are several solutions, but was curious on how the community thought. ...
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YouTube “Load More” button [closed]

YouTube had pagination before "Load More" button era. I could just change the page number in the URL and navigate to a specific page if the channel had many videos. These days if I click the "Go Back" ...