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I am developing a card-like interface right now, and it's tested internally to have 100% success vs. our current data-grid design. I embarked down this path when it came to light that our primary use case was not comparing data across cards, but performing actions on each. I endeavored to retain some measure of alignment, which I think goes a long way toward ...


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This might help http://blog.intercom.io/why-cards-are-the-future-of-the-web/ Its from a year or so ago, but it does touch on a few key points regarding organization of cards. In a card organization pattern, the information is typically sorted based on the user, where they are coming from, and any other information the user has provided ahead of time to ...


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When sorting anything either a Vertical or Horizontal list of items is preferred. (but not both) A vertical list is my personal preference as many devices are built to easily scroll up and down (i.e. mouse wheel, smartphones, etc.) among other reasons. Sorting Cards in a Grid First of all, this is a great question so go ahead and vote it up now. ...



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