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So far, a simple radio button could suffice: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups If we would know more about the problem, that could help. Edit: Based on your comment above, perhaps a "Split dropdown button" like solution would suffice... It might get confused with a combobox, should be usability tested (depends ...


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First of all, it will all depend on your branded font. See how you mention "Roboto" and "Helvetica Neue, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif" which are very similar. In that case, the answer to your question could be "no (relatively)". Now, use a branded font similar to Lobster and the answer will be a resounding "hell yeah!". You should really show a specimen of ...


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So YouTube is actually a great example of a site that does use custom fonts in their input fields. Exploring the site CSS, you can see that the search field uses Roboto, which is the custom font that Google developed. Since the method of delivering custom fonts has become so sophisticated (typically CDN), there really is no longer a reason to limit where you ...


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From a UX perspective, there is none, as long as the font is very legible. Remember, consistency is key when it comes to UX and Design.


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It's a splitter and paneā€¦ The draggable control itself is a splitter, of one kind or another. The separate space that is created by dragging the splitter usually called a pane or sometimes a panel. To confirm that this is the kind of interaction you meant to describe, have a look at these samples: Telerik example or DevExpress example. There are other ...



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