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As I see it, adding a '>' creates a feeling that you will be redirected somewhere else (another view!), you dont really expect a dropdown. I always apply the common sense in this case scenario: When collapsed: "V" When expanded: "A" these are self explanatory


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My preference would be to place the icon on the left. But if you need to have it on the right, it would also kind of work I think (but not as well as on the left). When collapsed, it should point to the right ">" When expanded it should point downwards "V" As regards expanded / collapsed state - from my (limited) testing with business users it is more ...


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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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Let's just say that gestures are not very practical to begin with as they have to be memorized or taught. This add a lot of cognitive load to the user. Another thing to consider is why do you need to have this? Is the menu really that elaborate? Or did the app/site lost its focus to what goal it intends to serve? I'd suggest to limit the menu items and ...


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What's wrong with using a dropdown menu? Anyway, I would use colors and an icon to indicate what the current budget is, in the place of where currently the blue text says "budget". With the default being set to just "budget", and offering up alternatives like savings account, government grants, sales income. Example: Functionally it'd work like a radio ...



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