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I don't think you'll find something about this because the premise seems to be incorrect, since sorting is a way of filtering, thus the result is already included in the variable, which makes no sense. However, if you consider filtering as an action with sorting and filtering(n) as sub-actions then you could recognize some patterns, which will vary with ...


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Think it depends a lot on the context. in a e-commerce setting the sort types maybe price, latest arrivals, discount. In a video website it might be duration, view count, etc. from analysis i've personally seen users sort by price in ecommerce, while for videos users sort by view count


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Luke Wroblewski takes this a step further and claims that on mobile, "Dropdowns should be the UI of last resort", citing factors such as: Number of taps required Impact on the look and feel Visual and cognitive noise Perceived ease of use Note that he does not talk about "desktop-model dropdown vs. mobile-model dropdown". He says that even the ...



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