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Mar
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asked Any ideas for a 'Today' icon?
Oct
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revised Where should navigation go for a linear process?
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Oct
17
awarded  Scholar
Oct
17
accepted Where should navigation go for a linear process?
Oct
17
revised Where should navigation go for a linear process?
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Oct
17
comment How do I represent null values in a line chart?
tell me about it I've been working on some custom graphs recently, just when you think you've thought of everything there is always a situation that was unforeseen. As for handling the start and end point, I would use the pervious value for the last point and zero for the first. I'm not sure what graph logic you are using but handling null values always seems to be an issue. Good luck.
Oct
17
comment How do I represent null values in a line chart?
I guess it comes down to preference. I think adding an option would give the user the choice. Good idea.
Oct
17
comment How do I represent null values in a line chart?
Your correct in thinking the hollow dot is drawn between the two know dots. I think adding the hollow dots at a readable size will add more information to the chart. The user can see how many failed attempts their are. This could be useful for spotting trends. eg. every Friday the connection drops.
Oct
17
answered How do I represent null values in a line chart?
Oct
17
comment Where should navigation go for a linear process?
My client is happy to proceed with a 'chain link' navigation. I really appreciate the advice. Thank you. However I would still like to keep this discussion going to try and find the a new intuitive way to guide a user through a linear process. So with that in mind I'm going to rephrase the question and leave it unanswered for the time being. Any Thoughts?
Oct
17
revised Where should navigation go for a linear process?
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Oct
17
comment Where should navigation go for a linear process?
My client has decided the not to support portrait. To clarify I've not got a problem per se. I would like to know of any alternatives or best practices for linear process navigation. I feel like I'm missing something.
Oct
17
revised Where should navigation go for a linear process?
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Oct
16
awarded  Supporter
Oct
16
awarded  Teacher
Oct
16
answered How to represent asynchronous states?
Oct
15
comment Where should navigation go for a linear process?
I've added the second page to illustrate how different the pages are.
Oct
15
revised Where should navigation go for a linear process?
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Oct
15
awarded  Editor
Oct
15
comment Where should navigation go for a linear process?
Its a 5 step process to customise a financial product. I can't really elaborate much more for legal reasons.