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Your design quite reasonable. I just want to point a little detail. As level has discrete values it is better to display fixed values. Also it is important that all the values are visible for user. And too many choises are complicated for users!
You can create space between rows of the grid and use that. download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups But there also isn't really a problem with that popup. Popups aren't evil, forcing yourself to avoid them can push you into solutions that are worse.
Your approaches are very compact, which is something I always appreciate. Here's another way to approach the UI. It's a Task-centric view. It also makes a distinction between task Assigner (from) vs Assignee (to). download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups Edit: This alternate allows staff/mgr/director level settings.
Rows that can expanded downward (with a button) seem to be a common and useful device these days. Like accordions except I think it's better to be able to have multiple expanding items open at once, which accordions typically don't do. You would divide each rows info into the more pertinent info which is be displayed in a single row, and all the secondary ...
Second is better solution for me, but in each case the eye goes to the price first, the date is the second step. To solve the alignment problem try to center the town.
This sounds a programmer's approach to designing a UI. You've clearly thought very hard about your objects and their relations, mapping it out in your head in a kind of UML style. This is a good way for a programming team to work and communicate, because it lets you map out all the edge cases and suggests a good database schema. Unfortunately, it doesn't ...
You can show more details on hover like this - (taken from an ecommerce site)
=>The mock up is quite neat and self explanatory, it seems to be a generic solution though, as it does'nt specifically talk about the module being a part of Desktop or web app. Solutions can vary based on that knowledge. =>Using Pop or an extended side panel is not a bad solution but in this particular scenario since you have only 3 items to be ...
Users might confuse the triangular dropdown symbol with the more common "column sort order indicator" symbol and therefore don't recognize the dropdown as such.
Yes it is safe and pretty common solution to perform "Group Actions". But when you implement that, keep following aspects in mind. A group actions button must be more visible than the standard buttons It's label should be different from elements lying underneath I had implemented something similar which looked like that
Quite straight forward, and not an uncommon solution. There are two possible downsides here however, which I've heard users reaction in training sessions. Users can't find the control. They see it, but it's not entirely obvious that you should use this one for delete or move to another location. The drop down menu hides the selected items. When deleting ...
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