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I think combining the two could will be confusing. The reason why companies create two distinct paths is because those two are different paths. What happens if someone thinks they have an account, and then when they don't and they start registering and they don't want that, what then? This is forcing a user to register if they don't have a login, and that's ...


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The most basic type of timetable is known as Block Scheduling (Days/Quarters horizontally (x) and Time depicted vertically (y). There are a few types of Block scheduling like 4x4, day-wise or semester-wise. You can see some examples in this Wikipedia article. Another variety is Flexible Modular Scheduling. You can see some examples of Flexible Modular ...


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If you have more options than can be easily shown, a "more" link may be easier to understand than using arrows download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups As to placeholder values for dates. using "dd-mm-yyyy" would be preferable than using a real date for international users. In North America, we're used to the "mm-dd-yyyy" ...


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I would think using a traditional week view, using day (x) and time axis (y), would be a safe bet. Most people have been trained to look at time this way using calendars that have day, week and month views. Recently I was in charge of designing a time-registration system and we found that even presenting more days across weeks was creating confusion. I ...


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I believe that what this really boils down to is that you are using the wrong control for the job. Most often when designing an interface, if you can't easily map an input to a certain control, it's not the correct control to be using. In this case while a slider might look more streamlined and attractive, you've noticed their limitation; They exist to ...



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