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This really depends on the initial product listing page. Are the filters on the listing page useful enough to aggregate relevant products? Has the page filtered the results enough so that users will want to skim through their results? Are products to the left and right relevant to the viewed product? Is this a search results page? I would definitely be ...


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The problems Representing albums with a single picture and using lightbox has some drawback. Breaking users' expectations. They see a thumbnail and expect to see an enlarged version of it. It's a common interaction. Instead, they see completely different picture. They feel frustrated. Please note, the small gallery controls on a periphery (play, next, ...


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the user selects a photo( lets say photo 9) from the album as cover photo. photo 9 shows up as the cover photo user clicks on the cover to open the album Photo 9 is shown in the light box as the first photo but it is still numbered 9. User clicks next - photo 1 is displayed and continues to display all photos in order. User closes the light box, the ...


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Here I have attached example as per my point of view. hope it will be helpful to you.


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Devin has the right answer for you, start at the beginning. However, one alternative would be to open up to a larger view of the cover and treat it as a cover. Meaning that you would have a nice layout with the title of the Album displayed and any other pertinent info (as if it was a physical book cover). Then the next image would be the first page. The ...


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Let users tell the story This is a very common situation. The user will choose a photo that represents the story they want to tell, but the story will develop sequentially. For example, let's say the user creates "My Wedding Album", and s/he uses a photo of the groom and the bride happily married. Quite possibly, this will be a photo in the middle of the ...



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