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2answers
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selecting multiple items from a short list, and marking one of them as “leader”

Several forms in our B2B web app allows users to choose multiple items from a short list of items. Here's one example: Now I need to figure out a pattern to allow users to choose a "leader" item ...
2
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4answers
164 views

Instruction to select none, one or many items?

I have a form for a meeting room booking app, similar to a calendar/scheduling app. The user needs to choose: One room None, one or many assets (projectors, whiteboards, etc) I am having some ...
2
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2answers
287 views

Multiselect with Checkbox Strafing

Background A number of problems exist with multiselect list boxes: Existing Solutions Some solutions suggest combining checkboxes, such as: Problem Nearly every (jQuery) implementation I've ...
2
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1answer
207 views

Multiselect value into a table

I apologize in advance if I am unable to explain this requirement more efficiently. The context: User is creating a client Profile. First option is to select of type account. User can either select ...
2
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1answer
165 views

UX for specifying & showing mutual exclusive pairs in a group

I'm working on a SaaS/B2B web app that includes forms that allow choosing and later showing mutually-exclusive pairs among a small number of options. Here are some examples: if the customer buys ...
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2answers
119 views

How to show 3 locations as one?

I'm working on an application which allows users to search real estate. One of the app's features will be the ability to search in several (maximum of 3) locations at the same time. Problem How to ...
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3answers
2k views

Most intuitive multi-select component for the web

My target audience are users that are not familiar so much with computers so i try to simplify the UI elements in use as much as possible. For instance I try to avoid drop down menus and use big ...
4
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3answers
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Normal select box vs autocomplete widget UX wise

Was wondering is anyone had experience dealing with autocomplete widget vs using a select box when you got 100-200-300 items in the select box. I think the general consensus is that the autocomplete ...
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3answers
310 views

Nested multiple selections

I am building a web application that allows users to search a gym chain's class timetables. This gym has multiple branches, in multiple states and cities. The inputs to the class timetable search are: ...
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3answers
154 views

selecting 2 levels of information in one screen using search

I have to levels of information, for familiarity, let's name them hospitals and doctors. The user first searches for hospitals and somehow selects a list of them, and then for each hospital she ...
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1answer
316 views

Is a multiselect (with a few exposed options) always better than a drop down menu?

Consider the two inputs below: Ignoring the poor label placement for a moment... It seems to me that in many cases, either of these inputs could perform the same function. Do either of these ...
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4answers
635 views

How to design a form that requires the user fill in one text field out of three

I am having a form where I want the user to fill in one text field out of 3. These 3 fields are used to identify other clients in different ways (Phone number, Email or Name). The last text field is a ...
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4answers
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Does the average user understand the standard HTML multiple select box?

If I want the user to select one or more items the HTML symantecally correct form element would be <select multiple>. So the code would be: <select multiple id="sel"> ...
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9answers
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What is the best UI for multi-selecting from a list?

We have a web form and one of the fields is a multi -elect list. Our options are: List of checkboxes Listview (select box but allowing multi select) Both seem to be a bit ugly and unweildy when ...