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

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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" ...
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How to convey importance - most important to least important?

I have some 20 steps for planning an event. Say birthday planning. Some steps are very important(booking a hall), and some are least(fireworks). Important steps obviously should be executed as early ...
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Ideas for contacts listing view

we are working a new interface in our app and we are looking for ideas that has to do with a contacts listing space. There is a big search input centred at the top and we need a box in content to ...
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Should list item specific actions be hidden on default and revealed on hover or always be displyed?

Every time I design lists (which are a beautiful thing in itself) I am wondering about how to treat list item specific actions which aren't bulk actions such as delete. Let me give you an example, I ...
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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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Group list by content or by language: is there a usability advantage to one or the other?

The page I'm designing is a list of publications. There are two ways it could be sorted. Does one have a known or documented usability (or other!) advantage over the other? Here is the first way: - ...
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Sorting content on listing pages without displaying date

I have a client who considers their content to be evergreen, and is unwilling to make the publication date of each content item visible. This is fine on detail pages, but on listing pages, or topic ...
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Denote different color schemes in a list setting iOS

In my app, a person can have a variable amount of lists they've created. Each of these lists can have their very own color scheme. In the view where all the lists are shown that the user has created, ...
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Location of new items in list

I have a medium-sized list (about a few dozen items, the container is very likely to have internal vertical scrolling). There is no sorting, so items are displayed in the order of their addition to ...
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A new contact should be added to the top or to the bottom of the contact list? [duplicate]

If you have a contact list, and add a contact to that list, where should the icon of the new contact be added: to the top or the bottom of the list? The contact list does not follow an exact order, ...
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How to define content popularity and trend

I am trying to understand what is defined as "popular" and "trending" in websites that provide content. Some seem to list content that has more comments as being popular within a timeframe, but some ...
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One-to-many list items in trigger-response model

I have an app for a content item that can include triggers and responses, created by the user. Users can associate many triggers to one single response (many-to-one) or they can have each trigger ...
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User interface for multi-dimensional data presented as lists

I have an application that lists all the modules loaded in a performance test in a baseline and a current testrun. Each run in-turn has many iterations. A user can view the diff of what was loaded in ...
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How usable is it to present user with map rather than a list of places, on mobile phones?

I'm interested in seeing a tested study, or at least something more valid than personal opinions, if smartphone users find it usable or not usable to be taken onto map view rather than to a list of ...
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What is the suggested width and recommended touch size of the iOS 7 A-Z / “rolodex” nav (and what does Apple call it!?)

I'm wondering: if there were to be a button (such as a "detail disclosure" button ) directly to the left of the A-Z navigation/slider, how much space would need to be between the two? In other ...
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Selecting large numbers of items from a large list [duplicate]

Selecting an item from a large number of items is a very well-solved problem. However, there doesn't appear to be a good solution for selecting large numbers of items, ie. when the user needs to ...
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Pattern for geolocation

I need to design geolocation in an app. This app allows to search in two ways: textual search, by inserting the address; or geolocation search, knowing the user's position and showing it in a map. I ...
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Using a JavaScript overlay or separate HTML page?

We're currently designing a portfolio website. On the front page, we have a navigation which takes the user to Home, Work, Information, Blog. On this front page, we'd also have a series of images ...
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Singular or Plural Label for HTML Table or List

I have a grid that will contain 0, 1 or several email addresses. I would like to know what the best practice is for labeling this. Should the header read Phone Number Phone Numbers Phone ...
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UI design for ordering items in list

What component/UI design would you use for ordering items in a list (a table with move up/down buttons)?
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Indicate Which Item is Open in a List

I have a grid of items. I want to indicate which item is currently open (which one is the user editing?) The user can select other items in the list so I want the open indicator to be different than ...
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Displaying selections from a Dropdown Check List

First of all, I apologize for my Englsih and will try to be as clear as possible! I'm currently having a problem with a Dropdown Check List. I have, on the left of the search results, a Dropdown ...
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Typical Android app behavior for deleting data from a list

I am an app developer but not an Android user. My app is a baseball card collection management tool. The main screen displays the list of baseball cards which the user has entered into the database. ...
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What are your thoughts on using iconography to represent complex ideas?

I think we're all aware that iconography is most effective when communicating simple/established/conventional ideas that can be understood without any words at all - like search, print, share, etc. ...
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What is the clearer way to save the users measurements?

I'm designing a online store in which the users could save their sizes in a database and when they want to buy something, we'll calc and display the size of this specific garment according to their ...
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What's the best practice of showing a lot of text inside Android Fragment

What's the best way to present a lot of text to the user inside an Android Fragment? I tried with ExpandableListView but since the individual items don't have a title, this is not the best solution I ...
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How to navigate through a type (1 to 5) > a list (1 to many) > a sub page(1 to 10)?

I'm working on a project for an online service provider. We offer multiple report and within each service type the user can have one to many instances of the service. Each instance of each service ...
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What's the best way to display and navigate about a list of 2000+ items?

I've recently decided to update the look of a site and was confronted with a page that is a list of 2,000+ items sorted into a table and a blob of links that go with it. First Robotics competition ...
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Best way to display continents and countries lists on a web page

A world map and two lists displayed on a web page are connected. Hover over "Romania" link and the Romania region highlights on the world map (jVectorMap fiddle example). As you can imagine, the two ...