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The solution will be to look at how desktop apps do undo processes. Desktop software does undo and redo very well in many cases. Say I open a Word document, or a photoshop file, and I make some edits. At any given point I can use the undo or redo functions to move backwards and forwards through a sequence of snapshot states taken by the application as I ...


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For this case, I will suggest you: Use for all three possible functions the same user interface element: Buttons. Reorder your functions. On the top provide two buttons. Stage 1 and Stage 2 The sum of width of the two buttons defines the third button on the bottom for the accumulated functions The result can look like: [Stage 1] [Stage 2] [Stage 1 ...


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I think that the buttons should not be separated from their context: it would make the interface less consistent and the users will have to reinterpret the actions area making the page more complex. It really depends on how familiar your typical user will be with your platform, how repetitive the tasks are and how the workflow is organized. You should ...


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I think you're on the right track here. You could, however, make a combination of both solutions combining both strengths. Place the new entry button at the top of each list, next to the title. This way the button doesn't need a label (like Actions), the position makes sense and if you'd like you can keep both the title and the button fixed of the top of the ...


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The F reading pattern would dictate that any "Add New" button would benefit from being at the top left of the appropriate box.


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Keeping in view one of Nielsen heuristic "Match between system and the real world". Red colour is perceived to be for ending anything in progress in real world, for example in tape recorders to stop recording stop button is used which have red dot or circle for identification. Similar, is the case with the televisions in which red colour identifies the ...


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I agree it depends on the Context I have a similar project where i am using red color for primary action and white button with red text on it for secondary action....Links are also red and grey... Now for the table of data, the context is changed and now the red color only shows Negative values and green shows positive values and blue is for links....... ...


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download [name of data] as [format] has many advantages. Here is why : Taking the user's perspective can help choosing between download and export : download is a word that focuses about the user's benefit because there is no ambiguity about the destination (the user's platform) and it will then be theirs. Moreover, virtually all Internet users have ...


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'Download a copy' is used when the action indicates that the user can download a file onto his/her computer. 'Export to Excel'/'Export to PDF' is used when the action indicates that the user can export the data into a spreadsheet to perform some additional processing for his/her informational purpose. Note that in the case of MS SharePoint, the Export to ...



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