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Move the check boxes to the left Control the width of the columns so there is no excessive white space and everything looks compact and easy to read.


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Common Projector Resolutions: XGA = 1024 x 768 pixels WXGA = 1280 x 800 pixels HD = 1920 x 1080 pixels 4K = 4096 x 2160 resolution


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That really depends on the usage scenarios at hand. If the user is likely to spend a non-negligible amount of time reading through the detailed information, two screens make sense. You can see this applied in GMail and other messaging apps. If, on the other hand, a user is likely to only use the detailed information at a glance, perhaps to compare the ...


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Accounting Book keeping is a subject that has been around for many decades (way before the invention of the home computer) so has a very mature best practice - book keeping training courses are still popular today. There are plenty of software solutions that specialise in this so you could do some "competitor" research (just Google "Book keeping software"). ...


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I've got very limited bookkeeping experience, but I think most packages are more vertically oriented? Some quick googled examples (anyone; feel free to replace with better ones): 1, 2, 3, 4. Also I think you don't generally list entiry companies (except in very simplified circumstances), but departments or product lines, or even more specifically. This is ...


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Looking at the image, the first thing that is somewhat similar came to my mind was, Windows Registry Editor. According to me there are 2 changes you could do, they are: 1) Keeping three columns as it is and just removing (replacing) top and below buttons of ADD,DELETE, SAVE & CANCEL. 2) Changing layout to two columns and on double click of attribute ...


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I would get straight to the point and just show the two options. Since you have some space to spare, I would also add a quick description of each option. This helps new users find what they are looking for and returning users quickly recall the difference between the two options. Quick mockup:


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Assuming I'm understanding the situation correctly, I will propose a few options 1) the best interface, is NO interface.. by detecting the browsers user-agent, you can determine what type of system they are on (and POSSIBLY skip one of the tab bar selections). I understand that you may not be able to do this in ALL cases. It will be VERY rare that someone ...


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As a general rule, users should be able to make changes "in context". This also makes clear what setting is being configured. The danger with this approach is adding too many elements to the interface. Most applications group settings, so this is a rather established convention. However, placing settings next to their respective elements is growing in ...


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There are a million (or thereabouts) precedents and practices in this field... the processes of games in a Freemium market, wherein they use all 3 of these, almost all the time, for any game with any depth. If a game has gems, currency and social media connectivity, and is freemium, it's almost certainly milking all three of these as hard as it can. Plus ...


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The first thing that came to mind was something like this:


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What is your definition of a Role? A very common purpose of a Role is that it is a labour saving approach to assign permissions to a user, e.g. if you have lots of permissions in your system, it could take a long time to set up a new user up each time because you need to select each individual permission. However, by using roles, new users can now just be ...


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Some good solutions already mentioned. Here but another to consider: Use color, number or letter identifiers for the column and a legend.


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I think it would not hurt to add some sort of a search box - experienced users could just type what they need and only matching nav items would pop up.


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I would investigate a combination of a "mega menu" and in each section have the navigation listed in the footer. This way, as the user navigates the various pages in a given section, having read top to bottom, they can navigate to the next page using the bottom footer. Footer would have each of the sections listed horizontally and level 2 subpages listed ...


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Most of your examples showcase a modified version of Master/Detail flow. Out of multiple emails/ photos, a single one is selected and shown on the right. Just that, another column is added to provide Navigation. These are mostly utilised for Tablets or Phablets in Landscape orientation to adapt to the screen estate. With respect to the Three Columnar ...



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