I've read a lot of articles suggesting that work patterns are more effective when using more than one monitor. But why is that the case, from an HCI perspective? And as follow-up questions, are there ...
I'm designing UI for an enterprise application in which the users view their work environment in a single screen mode and dual screen mode (desktops only!). With this system, the users fill in ...
I recently started a side project for a tool to help writers, both fiction and non-fiction, delivering their works and maintaining consistency. My idea is to have different information available in ...
I am working on simple point-of-sale (POS) software for a cafe. I have to accomodate 3 selection options: Selecting current sale user needs. Some sales can be saved for later use. Table catering ...
Is there a good way to combine a swipe menu with the ability to swipe multiple screen? Or is the idea generally bad? The idea is to create a swipe menu to select from multiple screens(let's say 6) and ...
There are increasingly more offices and work environment setups that allow employees to use multiple screens to do their work, and there are also many people who use multiple devices at the same time. ...
The question is pretty much what is on the title. I keep having the feeling that building a multiscreen (responsive/adaptative) environment with carousels is something that the users don't know how to ...