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Web developer with an eye for beautiful things. I love UI/UX and code for both the front and back end of web sites and web applications. HTML, CSS, JS (jQuery), PHP & MySQL are my tools.

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6
awarded  Scholar
Jul
6
comment Showing ASC/DESC icons intuitively
This is an excellent solution and we already have something similar in the product that we had forgotten about. It's use is for a different purpose which is why it wasn't obvious to us, but we could certainly work it to our advantage.
Jul
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accepted Showing ASC/DESC icons intuitively
Jul
4
comment Showing ASC/DESC icons intuitively
@KitGrose I described them as arrows because we chose to use arrows, rather than the directional triangles! The functionality to sort sits outside of the data view, so we are free to use anything we want to achieve the required functionality. To be honest, either is fine for us, it's just figuring out the best way to display the information to the user.
Jul
3
comment Showing ASC/DESC icons intuitively
Excellent answer but the option is presented external to the data. Maybe I didn't explain the way it is represented very well, but I've updated the question with an example of what the rendered list looks like.
Jul
3
revised Showing ASC/DESC icons intuitively
described the visual layout better
Jul
3
revised Showing ASC/DESC icons intuitively
removed an option i thought was viable
Jul
3
comment Showing ASC/DESC icons intuitively
Just occured to me there's a fourth option, to only allow ordering one way. Negated the need for user interaction completely.
Jul
3
awarded  Editor
Jul
3
revised Showing ASC/DESC icons intuitively
added 47 characters in body
Jul
3
awarded  Student
Jul
3
asked Showing ASC/DESC icons intuitively
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Autobiographer