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This a common case in a complex workflow or process, which can be solved with progressive disclosure, like:- Initially show all parent tasks with their progress indicated and also childs status with notation like 2 off 5 childs is comleleted (indicated by showing 2/5). For more detail user can always expand a parent task to get sub-task details which in ...


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I'd like your opinion on the process I am trying to simplify, any and all suggestions welcome. I don't know — because I don't know what the customers are like, what the booking process is like, and what the pricing and business model is. Things I would be thinking about: Is it actually faster and more convenient? You are, for example, removing ...


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This is just another example of the famous state-action ambiguity problem, which is discussed in length on this UX.SE question. The designer of the interface in question has chosen to show the state, rather than the action. Like you, I find it a bit awkward and unintuitive, but theory wise - there's nothing wrong with it, it can be either or, and neither ...


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Remove all borders and rounded corners and keep each cell a single solid color. The best UI is no UI at all so make sure that everything you add absolutely has a reason for being there. Even simple things like borders and gradients can cause friction to the end user. I'm not sure the keyboard is even required to be there. Perhaps consider having a way ...


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I would advise you not to "port", but to migrate or rewrite. What I mean is the MFC desktop app's paradigm is different than a web app's. Your main goal should be giving the end-user a simple, usable app. Not a one-for-one replacement of your MFC controls. Take a look at modern web apps, such as: Windows 8 MyCompany demo applications [Microsoft Visual ...



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