New answers tagged categorization
how deep should categories be in order to be user friendly? Make them shallow enough to allow for a rich (and useful) set of (search) filters to also exist. On pets, as you mentioned, "Dogs", "Cats", "Rodents" and so on would be valid categories. "Breed", "colour", "intelligence" and so on should be considered filters, and should be combinable (e.g. to ...
Categories evolved into tagging when they started appearing a little superfluous for light classification schemes. Tag(as called) play a significant role when target information is either too much or too heterogeneous to enforce a comfortable classification. It's a great way to improve findability without getting too much in the way a user experiences a ...
How about showing groups with an "auto-suggest" capable selection list. These group could be further put in a responsive grid(organize as your layout rule dictates). You can additionally show selected items in a tag cloud like component like Group #3
I'd suggest any out of the following approaches Filter: [all][buy][sale] Tabular: | Buy | Sale |
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