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comment UI suggestions for setting up prize distribution per location and child locations
Hi Jimmy, thanks for your help! The issue I have with this paradigm is that the user would have to know the location they want to target. I am assuming that these locations could change as the client grows locations. I think some sort of selection tree or UI is needed. Thanks!
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accepted UI suggestions for setting up prize distribution per location and child locations
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comment UI suggestions for setting up prize distribution per location and child locations
You pretty much nailed it. Very clever. I like the use of the slider and how the visual cue would show where the distribution would occur. I was trying to create something inline. But I think a nice slidedown to show this type of widget would be helpful. Thanks for your insight.
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answered How can I test a web site about accessibility and usability?
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comment From an application that prints, would users expect a print preview feature?
You have to admit you can't beat a sweet print preview. I think anyway. :) Let's hope that they don't need accessible PDFs! :) That in itself is impossible.
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answered From an application that prints, would users expect a print preview feature?
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comment UI suggestions for setting up prize distribution per location and child locations
@MattObee what I think I might do, is have the user select the type of distribution first (total or per child), then from there then can add quantities and other information.
Dec
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comment UI suggestions for setting up prize distribution per location and child locations
@mattobee sorry it's a tough paradigm. You are correct, but need to support both. Example:Select a location region like New York, and new york has 3 children (yonkers, brooklyn & queens). I need to be able to support the following setups: Distributing 10 prizes total in New York region. So say yonkers wins 4, queens 6 and brooklyn 0. Dosen't matter, but the key is that 10 have been won total. and Distributing 10 prizes between the children, for 100 items total. So New York has 100 prizes, 10 for each child. Im thinking this may be a little complicated and needs some re-thought.
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revised UI suggestions for setting up prize distribution per location and child locations
Fixed current idea selectors. They are not all dropdowns.
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accepted Updating page information - Inline vs selecting edit
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comment Updating page information - Inline vs selecting edit
Thanks Roland -- great thoughts. Some of the information is a little sensitive, so I think option 3 might be the way to go. I agree with the thinking behind option 1, I'm just trying to limit the amount of clicks and pages a user needs to go through. Thanks for your help.
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comment Updating page information - Inline vs selecting edit
Hi Chris -- I guess nothing is really stopping me from having all pages go into an edit mode. I think I am uneasy with having all the information active and editable without having the user specify that this is the action they want. I think you and Roland are both saying the "select edit" is a good paradigm. Thanks!
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