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Great question! The save button definitely feels redundant. Many websites and apps take the approach of applying user action without confirmation but providing an undo option. For eg: Deleting a file on Google drive, will not ask for a confirmation. But it will give the user a notification that the file has been deleted along with an option to undo the ...


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Think in terms of process and action flows. What you're doing is an edition action, let's say the main action. Inside it, you have a subset of actions, in this particular case you have these: search add delete Each one is a subset of the main action, and each one stands on its own. However, the main action remains "open" since the user didn't save or ...


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There's nothing wrong or unexpected about a dropdown opening upwards. It happens quite a lot. In fact I wouldn't be surprised if you've seen it yourself, many many times. You just don't question it because it's instinctive. If a dropdown is going to open 'below the fold' then it often opens upwards. It happens on sites like Amazon for example: So ...


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As mentioned in the answer linked by @DasBeasto, a good solution might be an auto-completing text field. The user only needs to start typing the name of the location, and the text box will start filtering it down. However, this really only works for users who already happen to know where this location is exactly located. If the user is searching for a ...


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For any select list of over a couple dozen options, free-text search with autocomplete support is the only sane option. This is a common pattern seen on real estate sites (Zillow, Redfin, etc) and travel sites (AirBnb, Kayak, any airline, etc.) Kayak shown below. Fred Meyer (big-box retailer) has a 'Select Store' search box to solve this - requesting you ...


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There are two possible solutions here: User creates a group and adds products User explores products and then creates a group Ad 1. This would work only if user understands the purpose of group and know what can he add to it and why. But in your case it seems that user should explore products first, since it's onboarding. Ad 2. This would be better if ...



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