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It sounds like the users know what they are looking for so the idea of having to add filters that in-turn also have filters seems unnecessary. For example, if a user knows they want to see Chihuahuas, a parakeet, and tabby cat only. They shouldn't have to first add the dogs group, then filter to the type of dog, add the bird group, then filter to that type ...


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You could go with your design but I have following suggestion for add on:- You could show a search bar with options like CAT A, CAT B, CAT C which are your categories. Now As user will select one of the above categories then you could show a one more search bar just below your previous bar which would be showing all option's related to the category ...


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I have a similar issue I'm working on at the moment. Is there anything you can do to predict preset/popular views? i.e. View 1 shows columns X, Y, Z View 2 shows columns A, B, C etc or Show All Dogs Show All Cats There comes a time when it's best to let the user download it and do their work on Excel rather make the interface too complicated to work on. ...


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I'm not sure that a look ahead is the most usable and fast solution. I think if you only have 10 items in each cat you can easily have this as a drop down list. So my solution is have three drop down menus.


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Given that this question appears to be the only meaningful Google result for "bozo room" in this sense, I doubt there is much research available on it. Perhaps someone has implemented it, but given that the strategy requires secrecy to work well, we are unlikely to find out. Is this a good idea? I doubt it. It is probably best to compare it to the ...


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It depends on how much information you need. As I work on data analysis, users need detailed information. If you do so, you should look at Google refine tool which offers the most efficient interface for advanced facets. In comparison with Prisjakt I see many benefits : Bar charts show values with and without other facets Limits are clearly shown under ...


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I like their solution in general, though I believe it's somewhat messy or "too much information in a single bite". The first solution that comes into mind when thinking of form components, for me, is jQuery UI, and maybe a specific example that might suit what you're looking for is this one: http://jqueryui.com/slider/#range That being said, the dynamic ...


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If you are going to have the option to sort on it then display it. Put quantity in a separate column with a header. Have the header show the sort column and sort order. Let them change the sort by clicking the header. That wrap of the (2) to the second line Design Home Stockholm is bad. Should have a 2 in a separate column top aligned.


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What to Sort On There are a lot of ways a list can be sorted for users. The trick to picking the right one is to analyze the task the user is faced. In your case, the users are looking for potential purchases and want to narrow the search on some criteria. So the question becomes, what criteria do users use to select purchases and eliminate possibilities? ...


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A user typically chooses to filter by brand because they want to see products from that brand, regardless of how many products there are. Listing the brands in alphabetical order is therefore sensible because it makes it easier to find the desired brand in the list, compared to presenting them in a random order. It is still useful to know how many products ...



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