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I'd put them at the right if you must choose. Unless you really need to filter your data to make sense of it, I'd tuck it out of the left-gutter view most people scan with. I've also has some really interesting usability sessions that suggest filters/search are confusing for non-techy people whom may rather just scroll. This all depends on the size of your ...


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If the table is the only element displayed on the page, filters should be in a right or left column. and for tablet/mobile, just above the page title.


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In your example, you should first consider how your users will most often be interacting with these buttons. A user who is interacting with a mouse will likely want the 'Approve' button on the left, where it is closer to the content. On the other hand, if your users are all interacting with your form via mobile touch screen, putting the 'Approve' button on ...


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Considering your screenshot, as long as buttons for all rows are aligned and all positive buttons appear together in a column, having positive buttons first works best in english and other languages that are read left-to-right. One logical reason for this would be conformance to Fitt's Law by keeping the positive actions first and closer to rest of the ...


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I think placing "positive" buttons on right side is better choice since it gives you: faster visual flow scanning is easier Very important is also visual weight of "positive" and "negative" buttons.


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A common problem, where we have the answer at Norman Nielsen Group article OK-Cancel or Cancel-OK?: TL;DR Summary: Should the OK button come before or after the Cancel button? Following platform conventions is more important than suboptimizing an individual dialog box. The long story We get countless questions about small details in UI design that ...


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I see why you'd want to avoid creating a footer, given the complexity of the header (not a critique). One threshold question is: do the T&C's need to be discoverable or visible? If discoverable, then I would place it under 'Help', because: Most of the header tabs are, appropriately, scoped for business flows. The two tabs that are "out of flow" ...


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Based on your wireframe, I would suggest the best location to be inside the HELP menu item.


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You say it's an app in your comment? If so, include it as a link in the app's main navigation hierarchy (in android, for example, that would be a link in the navigation drawer)


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Generally in an app, it resides deep within the settings menu inside About page. But if you are talking about website, you may include a legal link into your menu.


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In an app I would look for it behind an information button.


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Items on the Left / Groups on the Right Users scan from left to right so interactions should follow suit. Especially in your case where the target groups take up most of the screen putting the list of draggable items on the left is the way to go. Be sure to test this with your users as the opposite would be true when targeting countries that read right ...



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