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You have quite information-loaded application. This could negatively affect user and lead to bad usability. I'd recommend to use progressive disclosure pattern, in a way it is defined in the article: Progressive Disclosure- the best interaction design technique? Progressive disclosure is an interaction design technique that sequences information and ...


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The best metaphor I've used for this type of project management breakdown is the layered pages metaphor. Basecamp uses this to great effect. When you move into a project, the deeper level appears as a page layer floating above the last level. This way you maintain a sense of depth and location, and the titles of the deeper layers become links back there, ...


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I think the reason this hasn't gotten a lot of attention is that while there's a UX problem here, it's not well defined, and so your question seems like a design review. As I mentioned in the comments, contributors will often edit down questions to make the problems more clear, but in this case, the problem is one that can be answered with some design ...


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This is a great question. As a PM who's used both Jira and Asana this is a problem I struggle with for the latter, mostly because to me there are really four layers: Product Project Task Subtask In other words, three layers of actionable items but only two of which are really critical. Typically two layers are the maximum for visual displays though I ...



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