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JIRA is a bug and project tracking software that many in the IT and project management field should be familar with. In JIRA, user is able to Create Issue in a pop up light-box: JIRA provide a check-box option to allow user to create multiple issues without leaving the light-box. This is how it works: Fill in the fields for current issue Check the ...
I'd suggest looking at Monocline Grouping. Coined by Alan Cooper: A monocline grouping is a representation of data in a single layer (i.e., without a nested hierarchy). Let’s take my bookshelf for example. On the left are religious and music books, followed to the right by Dutch and German books, and continuing on with literature and poetry books. It ...
Does this information already exist? If you're not talking about a quiz, consider using an existing data store to prepopulate your UI. Pulling data on a country's primary language from the CIA World Factbook would help. Something like the Google Earth API can provide the geocoding and user interface allowing you to select territories and to visualize ...
1) Identify your audience (the "user"). 2) Learn their goals and which categories they want. Use the language they use as labels. 3) Make a database. This is more technical than UX. Node.JS and MongoDB are good.
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