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Whether a pattern is "better" or not is completely related to the users need and project constraints. It's hard to determine in your mockup if what your attempting to create is a faceted navigation, or an advanced search. I suspect it's the former. In order determine if a solution is "better" we would first need to know more specifics about the user and ...


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For most decisions about whether to put an interactive element (filter control, comments box, etc.) above or below an element it usually comes down to which you want the user to read and engage first. In this case you likely don't want the user to read each of the fonts before choosing to filter them, so I would put it at top. This allows the user to ...


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Check the answer by Pasha S to the similar question: TreeTable as a flexible condition/filter editor Mathematical notation is very readable but you will need to figure out good ways to edit conditions. I think on the same problem and tend to use the WorkFlowy’s approach with indenting by Tab and moving items with shortcuts. But it is also possible that I ...


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There are some really good answers here, but I wanted to contribute something from a slightly different perspective... time. If you're purely using filters to limit results, then the most common expectation is that the list being filtered is 'live' and values may change at a regular interval, just as they would if the list weren't being filtered. On the ...


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I’m making some assumptions here that might be wrong, so feel free to interpret my thoughts as they fit reality. It sounds like your users are power users: They know what filters there are, and they know what filters they want to use prior to viewing the list. It sounds like "mobile" is an important aspect. It sounds like the available filters will not ...


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You can give search list according to the category selected by the user but in the search field if the user types for a product name there you can suggest products of same name in different category. So the user will get an idea about the product even if they don't know the exact category of the product.


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Use Search and Filter Let your main search to be available always to perform a search in all categories. Once user chooses a category from the shop by drop down. Provide him the products which you think what he is looking for according to your analytics. Now allow him to filter on the selected shop by/category. Search Let the search hang there when ever ...



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