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Since your users are "not very tech savvy" I would suggest not to use the clipboard. Clipboard actions are usually not visible to the user since they are done via keyboard shortuts. These actions are used by powerusers but from your explanation I can conclude that your user do not fall into that category. You need actions that are visible and ...


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The argument of long pages and 'people don't scroll' has been heard many times and is debunked many times*. However, I think there can be more reasons to spread content over different pages and maybe relevant in this case. Looking at your examples, I see different types of content like software (drivers), documents (manuals), videos, etc. In your example you ...


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Let me see if I understand You have two tabs where users do their work. +-------+ +-------+ | TAB 1 | | TAB 2 | +-------+ +-------+ And now you need users to navigate between the pages? How about a main nav section? It's done all the time. :-) +----------------------------------+ | Main Nav | ...


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The way I would approach this is to slightly rethink everything. For instance, if I were designing it, before a node has been selected I would have the node selector fill the entire working area. Then, when a node has been selected, the node selector would collapse into narrowness and fade into the background like in the Spotify web app. In this example, I ...



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