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Yes, the tester has a point. He is thinking from end-user's perspective. So when user usually clicks some animation/click effect should be shown so as to show user that the click was successful. Imagine if the click effect is not there, user will click multiple times by mistake resulting in some weird operation maybe. Remember one of the golden rules of ...


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Before answering the usability question, I want to make this note: The non-IOS functionality here would be correct, according to your code. There's no css:hover or css:active loadout. I don't know if it's a loading issue related to white flashes, or if it's an intentional change by iOS. But your site/element as is shouldn't be flashing. Can after-effects ...


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Based on the little knowledge I have, you should not base your app behavior only on the OS (or device browser) default behavior, because it can (and will) be different. But rather provide your own behavior, this way users can recognize and expect your app to have the same workflow across devices, plataforms, browsers and so on. Doesn't matter where he access ...


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You should put this question on http://www.stackoverflow.com/ - it's not related to UX. Basically the HTML element you are using for a click is DIV which could be an issue on non-iOS devices. Try replacing the clickable DIV with: <a id="clickabul"> I am Clickabul </a> It should work. EDIT If you are asking about which approach is ...


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You can also use Windows Phone Date Picker Format. To Select Date you have to swipe up or down to change date.


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I just wanted to share here how I improved my original version, it works now. Live demo. Not optimal yet in terms of UX, I'll update thanks to all your contributions in the different answers and useful remarks. As pointed by some people, I'll add the months as well. (Any idea of how to do it is JavaScript without hardcoding ['Jan', 'Feb', 'Mar' ...]?)


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You can tell better but since you mentioned that 90% time the dates will be within next 10 days - I am assuming that the user pretty much starts off with a date in mind, rather than thinking which date to pick. So in essence he/she is clear with the date (which is approaching soon), and just needs to select what is in mind. With that assumption, check the ...


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Have you thought about whether there is a preference for weekends / week days in the selection and highlight vs grey out the sections that are less important? Concept 1 I think just a simple Next / Previous with a hidden calendar that can expand beneath it should work. As per the comments here's a modified version, showing today: There is no other ...


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I had a similar design concern a few months ago. My implementation was a text box displaying the default date formatted as you desire. When the user issues an onclick event a date picker is launched. I used a jQuery datepicker on the backend In that case your page would not appear excessively bulky. Let me know if that was helpful.


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If 90% of scenario is covered by Today+10 days, then perhaps something like this could work, without having to worry about Next | Previous or losing your current place. It takes up more space, but it's also less finicky. download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups Today is indicated as bold. You also need month, because ...


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I see a lot of confusion. In my humble opinion what you need is an interval picker and not a single date picker. I think you must leave the idea of date picker and start to work at the idea of interval picker. Interval picker it's simple to comunicate than your solution so you can fix a side of the range (today) and on the other side you can propose a ...


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You should go with the simplest design: show only the range of fourteen days, for instance as fourteen boxes. For every day, show the weekday, day, and month (it's important because the range can span across two months). If you want to go with the "standard" calendar design, show one full month (or two if the range spans across two months) with the ...



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