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Finding a truly responsive quick view solution is rather difficult. Most websites rely on lightboxes or hover states to reveal additional information - both of which are terrible or non-existent experiences on mobile. To create the ideal user experience, we may have to lean on adaptive methods to implement a completely new behavior to populate the click ...


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If limited to a few items tiles are OK. However, over 10 tiles I find a list visually faster to scan for the item of interest - especially if some of the tiles look similar. I dislike Windows 10 tiles and wish there was an option for a compact list of all applications.


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The answer is yes. Because of that pagination, when you start clicking the checkboxes you should be able navigate through pages and select other items. Otherwise bulk action will be impossible across different pages. Gmail has a similar behaviour when you select emails across several pages. Check that out.


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What is shocking in your design is that 40% of the space is taken by action button and not by the main information. The buttons are taking to much space. Promote the content, not the tools. Some icons are very generic and don't need explanation. I don't speak Arabic but I can tell that the first button is "edit", second is "print", third "validate", fourth ...


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Most video platforms allow users to choose a 'poster frame' - a frame from the video content that can be used as a thumbnail. Facebook makes use of these when you post a youTube video. The sound channel from the video could be used along with the poster frame to give an extremely lo-fi preview. Some platforms also select keyframes from points in the video ...


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You could have a "More details" button/link that opens a modal window with additional fields. download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups Clicking on "More details" would open a popup similar to the one below. download bmml source


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Here is your solution : I tried my best to explain you the solution with example shown below. This is the initial screen. Screen having both single and multiple copy operation interface. But one thing is there, you have to put validation that once after selection of row (ex. in single/multiple copy) unless and until user press the 'copy now' button, ...


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Let the user select as many records they want to; just let the count below keep increasing/decreasing as per selection/deselection. You won't require the actions column if there is only one action on the grid like 'Copy'. I'm assuming it's a popup so the placement of count and 'Copy Selected' button is ok. If this is not a popup then consider moving the ...



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