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What about this idea which I attached below? In this you can display the image title below the image as shown here and on mouse hover event you can show the description on light background on the image. One more thing just add paging below the list and fix your screen so only listing portion will get update.


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I would recommend a single selection grid. This link has an example (choose "row selection"). If your list is very long, you may also add a search box.


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This depends on your intention. If you want your users to be able to easily compare the plans stick to a single unit of measurement. If you want to make them more hard to compare, choose your units to make the biggest numbers for the plans you want to emphasise. This is actually a practice you may see in European supermarkets, they are required to put a ...


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If you are not targeting touch devices, you could think about showing a grid with just pics and name, at the mouseover the pic enlarges, or pop-up, showing the surname and other informations too. This save a lot of space and become something more interactive (and fun, why not)


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Personally, I don't think you need to highlight plans by their speed as the table is rather easy to follow. But I do have the following comments: Do you really have plans with speeds ranging from KB/s to GB/s? If not, I would really try to settle on a consistent unit of measurement across all of them. If possible, I would make the table sortable by the ...


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You could treat this similar to an ecommerce system that has "wishlist" facility in addition to ordering using a cart system. Hence admin can add the 100 items to a wishlist. Whenever admin is ready to order, wishlist is browsed and items required added to cart. Wishlist should have ability to order by for instance, aplhabetically, product type, price, ...


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The idea of including a search to filter the list of items is a good one. Below is an example taken from Google Analytics. The tooltip is a nice touch in the event your users need help setting up the report. You will likely want to indicate (by color or other indication) which items have already been selected.


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You may try the following : Since you cannot create meaningful categories, you can create arbitrary categories i.e. alphanumeric : A-D, E-K etc. Display the 5 most frequently used in a separate list The search you are thinking is a very good idea


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I suggest using a simple notification that will pop in and describe the action that was done. New task was created Title: "Buy milk" Assigned to: Mark P And after a few seconds the notification will fade away. Or the user can click a close button on the notification. Also I suggest to have some kind of a log list of all the actions that the ...


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Here is a good article that explains the problem and give some tips on how to solve it. Making Hit Areas Sufficiently Distinct Also there is a good read by nngroup Beyond Blue Links: Making Clickable Elements Recognizable About this problem in the desktop platform, there you can find some more tips on how to approach this issue. TL;DR Use some kind ...


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Some ways I would approach this is using maybe the same motion UI you are using where the user is known to see the list come in, but since it's being assigned to someone else, maybe it turns a different BG color and shows being "Assigned to X" while fades away almost like a successful popup modal without being too distracting and leaving eye-focus area? ...



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