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I provided this same response in another similar thread, but it is relevant here as well. I think there are three big rules that must be taken in to account when identifying the best view/edit paradigm: I want the information to be easy to read (Summary/Print view without edit clutter) I want to prevent unwanted mistakes on important data I want to ...


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I am assuming from your description that 'sticky' headings in this sense is analogous to 'frozen' headings - I'm not sure how this could work otherwise (i.e. if the headings are 'pinned' to the top of a web page - given that you are going to have multiple tables - having multiple table headings pinned in place could get messy). So to answer your question ...


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With only a few Locations and a few Opportunities I would probably just list two rows of links with the selected ones clearly visible. Something like this...


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I disagree that this is a project management question. To me, this is more "defining the damn thing" or DTDT, as we say in the UX/IA world. We are forever trying to decide on labels, which can be exhausting but is important. For most of my 18 years in UX and IA work, I've called myself an information architect. That's partly because much of my work has ...


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It really depends on how savvy your users are, but usually the simpler you can make your interface, the easier it is for users to navigate and use. A psychological principle known as Fitt's law shows how the Paradox of Choice affects user behaviour. For a typical sample, the more options you offer people, the less likely they are to actually make a ...



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