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I always take a step back and question when I hear "This company works with a lot of data". And I hear it a lot. The hard thing is to actually know what to ask out of this data and what to present. That could help you as well. Data Handling: Do they have so much info / data or are they multiplying things? (e.g. are they usiing two unique info, are they ...
Maybe you can try something as illustrated, download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups Put lists as tabs Provide buttons on list items for sorting and moving
I would suggest a region that swells at the bottom of the screen upon selecting a list item. Further I would suggest combining this with Dirk's answer: In a portrait orientation on a phone or tablet, you can show one list at a time but allow the user to drag near the edges to drag objects between lists, or otherwise swipe between lists like pages. Upon ...
I have to say that for a site dealing with UX, their usability is quite worrying. But anyway, I'll start with the similarity matrix because it is quite easy to interpret. Similarity matrix The 1st row is the same as the 1st column, the 2nd row the same as 2nd column, and so forth. The matrix simply shows what percentage of participants agreed that the ...
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