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I agree with Izaki's statement but would recommend you research instead. Your job is to create the experience, not to submit to uneducated guesses. How? Easiest way is to show comparable examples. eBay, Amazon, and other major retailers almost always follow a particular style, and they have the money to research directly how consumers determine whether the ...


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your problem could be solved using the Breadcrumb method. combined with dropdown list and auto complete input box if you have a long list. here you are what I mean. and the result will be shown as the following the second pulldown list will filtered from the first list and third one is filtered from the second one. I mean nothing will show in the ...


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Assumptions are assumptions You are making an assumption, and while it could well be a valid one, it is still an assumption. It is perfectly fine to make assumptions in UX and we do this often as you can't gather, analyse and validate data on every single aspect of a system. But for anything other that minor, you hope some data will emerge or be collected ...


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Your tree structure and your colleague's hierarchical dropdown fields are essentially doing the same thing but personally I think the tree method is less abstrct and less fiddly. Taking your wireframes as a starting point, I would show the Organisations/Departments, Groups and Users search interfaces in 3 separate tabs (to avoid having lots of things ...



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