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If it's a long process that keeps being done, then as Stephen suggests, a background change is fine. If there are tons of processes per minute, and a user needs to see which one is running at each moment, it could be a good idea to have a highlight effect (like jQuery's) on play. You can leave the background changed afterwards, yet giving it a little more ...


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What about changing the background colour of the row? Could be done by adding a CSS class to the via JavaScript.


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I suppose that you have a details page for each of the dishes. Most ordering will probably be done in that view rather than the thumbnailed list view. Customers generally want to reassure their decision by acquiring all available information before making a purchase (this need is of course decreased for already experienced purchases). So I would suggest ...


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While this is not an absolute answer, here is what I found after some testing: I used a grid of 6x10 with each image at 180x180px. My data set had an estimated percentage of 1% of the images needing to be flagged. By setting all images to a default of approved and requiring interaction only on the images to be flagged, I was able to do 4 sets in a minute. ...


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disclaimer: I am a developer, with personal interest for UI and UX. So my main competencies are on the dev side: feel free to comment and let me know if something I say is questionable. What kind of style you want your UI to have? Using rounded corners VS square corners have IMO more implication than just solving the "blend with background" issue, I'm ...


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Isn't this the perfect thing you can test for? Make some wireframes and test. Make some higher fidelity prototypes and test again. This is not something you have to guess about, nor does it make sense to ask others to guess for you. On a side note - if you are testing for nude/not nude then I think you can go a lot smaller than 240x240. I just went to ...



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