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Between is not clear - is that Greater than and Less than or Greater than or equals and Less than of equals With the time component people often prefer: Greater than or equals and Less than And users also might want an outside. Just let them enter P twice and on the second limit the operators to the other 3.


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We have seen such a functionality and the approach we took involves a dynamic third column. First two columns being parameter and operator, the third is dynamically populated based on selection of the operator. I'd suggest you to think about various data types too. Having a third column dynamic one can create probably a date picker, amount input, two ...


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Here is how Google handles between in Analytics. Using only less than, greater than and AND, between is easy to achieve. With Include/Exclude you could also select the values not between two values. There is also "equals" selection in the operator dropdown also. So every operator visible in your picture should be available with the Google way. It only ...


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The solution I've seen is to not use a fixed grid, but a set of fields as required. Each condition has its own row, containing the necessary fields. Since every operator needs one value, one value field is always visible. When the user selects "between", a second field is added for this row only. I have no specific testing results supporting or ...


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I am afraid that the UX world depends on which your users are and therefore the true answer is that there are no solutions to your problem. There are only costs and benefits on choosing either one design or the other but this depends on the users. You should get in touch with them by doing ux research in order to get the proper insights that will guide your ...


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1) A grid system can be helpful for alignment and pleasant balance of content, but I'd also pay attention to the OS-specific Human Interface/Design Guidelines (Apple & Android) to determine element size, minimum spacing, common design patterns, and standard placement of typical system functions. Those may or may not cooperate with your chosen grid ...


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Different types of users use different resolutions. You will need to make separate wireframes for different resolutions. Just like if you were making a separate design for mobile. The 960 grid is used because it fits on most screens, with the lowest common resolution at 1024. Most people then decide to centre the 960 grid so that if someone has a 1920 ...


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I agree that idea 2 is better, in that it keeps the idea of sortability of the other columns visible but idea 1 makes a better distinction between sorted or not. The difference between the double gray triangles and the single black triangle is still pretty subtle. You could go with idea 2 but add a little more to emphasize the distinction: Change the ...


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With Option 1 there is no indication that the columns are sortable - it just states that one of the columns is sorted, but that doesn't have to mean that you can click on the other headers as well. So definitely option 2



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