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I would not split this functionality as their cores are the same. Are you working in an Agile team? That would help inform your evolution of this experience. My advice is to keep it simple to start, and place a button for more advanced as that would help you determine some metrics for how many people use this 'advanced full message' feature. You could ...


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There are some really good answers here. I tend to prefer the "mega design" for the reasons outlined above. Pinterest has a really good hybrid between "mega" and "sub-page" designs. As you scroll it moves between sub-pages. This has the advantage of confining the visual load to the sub-pages but also helps users easily find all the available options.


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Is this what you're looking for? In this one I grayed out the end time box because Run until completion is selected by default. To make it easier for the user, I also put a default value into the text boxes. For example, for the start time you can put the time an hour from now, or the time that the users computer is least likely to be used (or anything ...


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*In the early sixties I took a year out of university and got a job in the internal audit department at the head office of a large insurance company in Toronto. A substantial part of my job involved using an electromechanical calculator to check figures submitted by various departments. The keyboard layout was identical to present computer layouts as well ...


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I think your colleague is right when it comes to have the header and the dynamic content in two separated lines. And while it doesn't look good, and it's a bit confusing, center aligned is not wrong by itself See, your headers are exactly that, headers. And they also represent a clear indication of different events. Then, the dynamic content is exactly ...


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The first attempts to create a table but A, there's not much data to display, and B, the leftmost column isn't actually table data but should be the table title, and displayed differently. The second design looks nicer because everything's all on the same line. This means it reads more like a sentence; no vertical eye movement needed. As a bonus it saves ...



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