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In my opinion using buttons will be more ergonomical or efficient to use. Buttons demand less work from the user, because all the distances will be displayed, and the user won't need to play with the slider to see the different options. When interacting with the buttons only 1 click will be necessary to complete the action, while the interaction with the ...


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How to switch from Mode 1 to Mode 2? Links I think clicking a link to open and populate the detail pane could be okay. Users can click a link to open the detail, then click any other link (for the same or different row) to change the content of the detail pane. Certainly is fast and easy. Personally, I’d expect the detail content to appear to the right of ...


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You might be mixing up use cases. Bootstrap might be responsive, but it's mainly focused on quickly bootstrapping websites. Whereas Material Design was created with a very heavy focus on mobile interactions. I would argue that, while on bootstrap you do have a dropdown + call-to-action button, on Material Design the second part is not a call-to-action. It ...


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Without some more information on the design around the select button, it's hard to say. I assume you have a set of items from which your users can select a few. But is it in list form (i.e., rows of items) or in a grid (with cards for items)? I think in general one has to separate the two functions you mention: Some design aspect indicates the selection ...



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