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Too much text blandly put in front of the user, does in a away make for an unpleasant experience. However, asking them to navigate to multiple page will not make them feel better either. Especially on mobile, one often comes across content split into way to many pages. There may be an underlying number game to get more visits on their different pages and /or ...


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I've been looking at the same issue for our sites. The pagination patterns I used 10 years ago are pretty awful in mobile. A quick look at some US catalog sites show several different approaches. The simplest version would probably be a display of the number of results, or pages, and a "Load More" button. The trend seems to be stripping away precise ...


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Idea Convert the current page indicator into the input field. Similar to Adobe Acrobat (see pic) Adobe Acrobat Page Navigation Then distinctively style the page number and prev/next buttons differently to this input field to make the input field stand out as such. Mockup Mockup 2 Use a style for the buttons that differentiates them even more from ...


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I think this might work as a solution, not much of reinvention of the wheel must be done if you want to use original command prompts that people are used to. Although I forgot to add "last" "first" around the box I have created. that would make it even easier. Basically you are adding placeholder text to the search box so people know what to type there.


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Personally, I think your main issue is to use a table, which complicates things and provides an affordance that collides with what you want to achieve. Think about this: I see your categories list, and see there are 10 per page. Great. Now, I expand your category... and now I see subcategories but some of the categories I was seeing disappeared! This is a ...


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You are right that a good option would be to eliminate the overall parent/child relationship from the results table. Users don't 'search' for a category, they browse it; meaning a user would select Computer Hardware from some sort of category listing and then browse its children for further refinement. Both Amazon and PCPartpicker handle their content in ...


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I think an easier way to look at the problem is by thinking about the rows as "denormalized" by including the category as part of the name or another column for each "child row". And when the user searches for something then include both the name and the category in the search. So if the search string matches a category then it would match all items ...


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I dont think one big list is the way to go. Show all the parent categories as big tappable boxes. Let user drill down. It will be easier to find what they are looking for that way vs having to scroll through a big list. For search, show all entries that match. In each entry you can show a clickable hierarchy of its parents.


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The challenge here is that you are using a limited-view carousel for a full-on product catalog view. These are two somewhat contradictory things. If it were just a carousel, I think what you have is fine. But it looks like it's set up for users to filter, sort, and jump around. In those situations, seeing only 3 items at once isn't all that useful to a ...


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Only a slight adaptation of your sketch. Here's a very rough mockup: A regular 16x9 screen can hold 3 ISO format pages (A4, A5, etc) side by side. Browse at 4 speeds: click flip button, >, move over 1 page. click miniature page, move over 1 to 11 pages. click skip button, >>, move over 23 pages. click end button, >|, move to last page. If a button is ...



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