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answered Distinguishing the verbiage between a user action and status indicators?
Oct
15
comment Hierarchical treeview problem
Can you clarify what you mean by "manage all levels" and "creation of multiple levels"? As @dan1111 said, creation and manipulation of a single item within a sizeable tree isn't an issue. Unless you're saying there maybe 1000s of levels in the tree? Or are you trying to manipulate or create multiple nodes on the tree at once?
Oct
11
awarded  Revival
Oct
10
answered Do people who are not power users open links in new tabs?
Oct
10
answered Best UI for setting multiple options
Oct
7
comment Show item prices directly or not?
Seems to me you want to show pricing directly. As to selling it to the manager, if you can, go ask people in the gym what matters for them when it comes picking a gym and to rank the importance. If price is consistently mentioned then I think you have sufficient support for your suggestion. Good luck with it!
Oct
7
comment Show item prices directly or not?
I see. I'm just thinking if it's open to the public, what difference does it make that the prices are on a different page? You can bypass all that if you do a google search. If you have to put in an extra irrelevant road block that's kind of silly. On the other hand, if the gym does want to present itself as more exclusive as a business model, the pricing can be behind the login. And yeah, would be good if the system remembers customers. The login would need to be easy to remember though if they offer annual memberships. Like email + password (maybe membership # instead of password).
Oct
7
comment Show item prices directly or not?
Gotcha. So it's a decent gym but not an exclusive one. The online store section, will this be open to the public or behind a login? Doesn't matter if you can sign up right away.
Oct
7
answered Show item prices directly or not?
Oct
7
comment How to manage credentials information to the user?
Seems to me like the better approach is to ask the user. Yes it's an extra step, but how often do you need to configure for a new project? We don't exactly want the plugin to be guessing at the correct credentials to connect to. What if the user have 2 accounts of the same application they need to access?
Oct
7
comment Acceptance of location requests in websites?
Nice that you brought up IP address detection @Jigar. Is there at all any benefit for having content from a "closer" location or worse than showing something very generic? If it's better, a "Showing content near NYC. Not your region?" link to allow user to provide this via geolocation might work.
Oct
7
comment Acceptance of location requests in websites?
@dTDesign May I ask a bit more about the nature of the visitors? Who exactly is this feature benefiting? It seems like something that may make more sense for a regular visitor as a shortcut. Can you perhaps you can provide a hint prompt and allow the user to choose to allow this for future visits?
Oct
6
answered Acceptance of location requests in websites?
Oct
6
comment How to create a good filtering and sorting system when there are 30+ options to choose from
Agree with @RumiP. You really should be looking at implementing something like faceted search. alistapart.com/article/design-patterns-faceted-navigation
Sep
26
answered Grid design for complex data design
Sep
26
answered Indicate continuance in wireframe
Sep
22
comment More efficient UI to progress the user through a complicated process?
If it seems complicated, the user would probably want their hands held through out the process. Consider having a wizard that overlays on top of the PDF. ui-patterns.com/patterns/Wizard
Sep
22
comment Can a drop down have a list of items where only a few can be multi selected and the rest only selected once?
Not quite the same. That question assumes you can select as many items as you wish. Where as here, the question states you cannot select some items together.
Sep
22
comment Can a drop down have a list of items where only a few can be multi selected and the rest only selected once?
Uhhh does it have to be a single control? This is not the most intuitive control to understand due to the complex interaction between items. Can you split this out into separate controls? i.e. user filter down for one thing: Van. Then a secondary dropdown appears with flatbed, reefer and step/drop deck.
Sep
22
comment How would you go about mapping personas to a product suite?
Why do you/your company need personas at the product suite level? The only thing that comes in mind if you see the same user group accessing multiple products together in their workflow... e.g. I create a graph in MS Excel and I drop it into a Word doc. Please clarify what you hope to achieve with these personas. It's way too vague right now.