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Keep DRY With categorical information, you do not necessarily have to show the category label repeatedly. Use proximity to group the category and subject. My guess based on your img your users are very savvy and will recognize icons. Leverage them to save space. This way even if things are three or four levels deep you can still relate them with {icon} / ...


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The argument of long pages and 'people don't scroll' has been heard many times and is debunked many times*. However, I think there can be more reasons to spread content over different pages and maybe relevant in this case. Looking at your examples, I see different types of content like software (drivers), documents (manuals), videos, etc. In your example you ...


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This is interesting. Am I correct in assuming that if 12 items are displayed that all 12 are above the fold? (Or at least the title and part of the picture of the last row are above the fold?) Is this for an internal site or a B2B in which there is a limited amount of vendors and product owners have a clear understanding (or think that they have a clear ...


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Usually CMS has template pages, that user has to populate with content. Regular CMS prioritises page templates instead of content on the other hand The Grid prioritises content and then makes smart page templates/layouts that can evolve. This is good for the user because user doesn't have to rely on the programer to make new page templates for new types of ...


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Instead of sticking to a 2-column layout, I would suggest going for a list based layout as shown in the mock-up below: In this layout, the Medicine name can be the title and the condition it treats can be shown as tags under the medicine name. Furthermore, if the user wishes to search all medicines for a particular condition, he can just click on the tag ...


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How about indicating with an asterisk or an icon of similar meaning like (!) or (?) next to the cost, to show that it is being affected by a separate/global entity. This would be similar to a page note, for which a reader can look up additional information if they choose. Or use an icon that has some meaning associated with the variable. Upon hovering over ...


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Semantically you should be using <optgroup> tag. That is exactly what it is for: http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tryit.asp?filename=tryhtml_optgroup By default it renders almost identically to what you created with custom classes. And what is more, the optgroup label is not selectable. Thats a welcome behavior. Now how to style it of course depends on ...


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I think you might be looking for specctr.com It's a PS plugin (originally only for FW) that automates the process of turning designs into specs. Your exports can be as simple or as involved as you like, and contain everything a dev would need to work with i.e. dimensions, spacing, colors, gradients, shadows, fonts, etc. It takes some getting into, and ...


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As a developer, I've received design information in lots of different ways. One of the most effective was a simple hand drawing of the interface with a css-class name for every element. I quickly created an html document for each screen in the interface and sent them back to the designer. We then worked concurrently. As she played with css to make things ...


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Logically it is a good idea to put the button below the form because that is how people fill out the info - from top to bottom. Then using the button to conclude the task by saving. Does ADD a player SAVE the player? Labeling and form elements need to be very clear about what they do. Are you Adding a player or Enrolling them? I recommend sticking to one ...


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I don't know your usage, or the real value for your users, but for me this is very common in analytics. In Google Analytics for example you can compare date ranges: You can see they use different colors with a legend. And on the top image they also prefix the historical legend with "Previous" as it is the same metric. One thing Google Analytics also ...


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Perhaps a tweak to your initial solution (displaying them on the same page - one underneath the other) could be to fix the current information at the top, and simply let the historical data scroll underneath the fixed area.


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This question requires that you answer a few things to give you the correct solution. First, what is the man the most important content on the page, the image, text, what? Second, considering what the most important content is, is it viewable on both desktop and mobile with little to no user input? Because it should be the easiest to reach/view. Third, are ...


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disclaimer: I am a developer, with personal interest for UI and UX. So my main competencies are on the dev side: feel free to comment and let me know if something I say is questionable. What kind of style you want your UI to have? Using rounded corners VS square corners have IMO more implication than just solving the "blend with background" issue, I'm ...


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Seems like the issue is the use of the boxes/buttons to represent data points that could just be text, and as text would take up less space and be less prone to creating the visual noise you talked about. I've given it the label "Metadata" but it could be something less technical, and I've made each item a simple link, but you could utilize other selection ...



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