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The full graph is so busy it's almost impossible to make sense of the data. I would suggest you highlight the associated guidelines when a GT code is selected or vice versa. I think there are two ways to do this. First, you could use a graph control like those provided by Infragistics, Telerik, or some other package. Again highlight associations based on ...
Why not use a grid where each list is on a different axis and where both apply, fill in the box? You can maybe make these filled boxes interactive with a hover effect. download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups Ok it doesn't need to just be with checkboxes, they could be just different colours boxes to represent different ...
Well, recently there's a trend in automobiles to implement "automatic climate control" explained here. Basically, instead of cooling or heating, it maintains a certain temperature. So the UI becomes straightforward. There is On/Off and hotter/cooler(or up/down etc...). I can't think of a more intuitive way to control it.
I think the usability depends on the position and proximity of the buttons as well as the icons. For example, if the button with the sun icon is directly above the button with the snowflake (with other buttons a little further away), people will see them as a pair similar to the way they understand up and down volume buttons. I am not sure what the sun ...
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