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EDIT: Updated mockup based on feedback: Since you are simply retrieving and displaying this list, I would do something like this: The current checkbox-like icons look similar to input checkboxes, so I think removing them will help eliminate the misconception that the services can be changed. This is especially apparent and helpful if no services are ...
How about this way: change the icons so that the unavailable services aren't checked. put all the available services up to the top and unavailable services to the bottom. Good luck!
I would guess that any of the following could be the cause: The Designer did not think of this The Product Owner or BSA did not specify it The Developer was too junior so didnt know how to do it The widget used did not alow it The tech stack they used prevented it The security policy vetoed it There wasn't enough time to do anything fancy (e.g, MVP) The ...
add a expand Collapse icon so user can easily understand row is expandable don't redirect user on click of row. On click of row just open the accordion and show loading in accordion area if needed.
Actually there is better option to this. It's that don't redirect user on click of row. My Suggestion: On click of row just open the "accordion drawer". Add a link to either of the important field i.e. Id or Name. Also change little appearance to which the link is added by color(mostly used shade of blue) or an underline. Why? 1) Seeing your data ...
I think one reason the browser doesn't intervene at that stage with a standardised message is because it would never look the same as the site you are currently viewing - it wouldn't be seemless and therefore could actually be detrimental to the user experience. To the user, it could look like you have been redirected to a completely different website, with ...
The way ZARA does it is a great example: They grey out the sizes that are out of stock. They also show an email icon to indicate that a user can request to be notified if it becomes available again.
1) You can simply use a different font, one that has all the characters. 2) You could include a fallback font that is somewhat similar to your main font, but includes more glyphs/characters. That way your main text is rendered with the original font and any characters not included in that font, should fallback to the other font. (That's how I assume it to ...
TL;DR: no. Transactions are more or less complex process which can either be committed (thus changing the state of the system) or rolled back (thus restoring the original state of the system). The challenge typically faced in "web" based interfaces is that the HTTP protocol, on which the web is built, is stateless, i.e. a "basic" web server cannot ...
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