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The most common behaviour in responsive e-commerce sites is to show the shopping cart icon on the top (right) with the number of items added to it. Since we are dealing with smaller space, we should prioritise and keep on the screen only the necessary elements. You can see an example in www.nike.com or www.bol.com. The behaviour when you click usually is ...


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I suppose that the responsive behaviour is due to allow usage on desktop as well on mobile devices. Hence I would show for the mobile version a really reduced version of the shopping cart. It should be reachable very fast, so I would place it on the top and provide an indicator as feedback when an item was added to the cart. Below is an example from the ...


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As a user, I definitely want to verify that my filters result in the intended list. I want to immediately see what happens to the list when I change a filter. That's why the "Save Filters" function should appear on the filtered list (maybe only after the filters were changed). Then, you will also need a "Delete Filter" function somewhere. You might do ...


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I would decide based on the chance of the user wanting to use the same filter as he did before. Now let's assume the user wants to filter the same way on different moments (if not, there is no need for a save function). You could also think of a third option. Why not remember the last filter (preferably with a cookie or something that doesn't need an ...


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Why don't you give the user a button to save the current filter? That way the user sees whether the chosen filters give actual results and they won't be bothered with popups or overlays.


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I would attempt to make this form behavior vertical instead of horizontal. It's hard to know if this option is on the table - as I am not privy to the rest of the interface, but I think some of the problem stems from the horizontal growth of the form coupled with the confirm button under the textara. And pertaining to older users, a vertical orientation ...


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The way I would approach this is to slightly rethink everything. For instance, if I were designing it, before a node has been selected I would have the node selector fill the entire working area. Then, when a node has been selected, the node selector would collapse into narrowness and fade into the background like in the Spotify web app. In this example, I ...



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