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answered How to handle rejected Terms and Conditions?
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answered How to distinguish between progress and consumption visually?
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comment Best way of displaying how crowded your favourite pubs are
Do you think pub managers will tell truth? I think everybody will display 90% telling 'we are very popular but we have some room for you'. Unless all pubs are from one owner network, maybe. Of course this is not technical aspect.
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comment Saving space on sort-function in table-head
Do you need the third state - unordered?
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Jan
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comment What is the best way to let the user select a distance for a layer?
@BDD I think that it is not so good to serve two purposes - it's not obvious. I think you have functionality to edit distance for already added layer. So, click is ADD LAYER action and then EDIT LAYER action should be used for setting distance - user will use the same functionality for the same action.
Jan
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comment What is the best way to let the user select a distance for a layer?
Is selecting between 4 distances the main and only purpose of click a geographic layer?
Jan
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answered Best way to give user information on a layer
Jan
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comment Best way to give user information on a layer
Thank you, now it's clear. I added some ideas as my answer.
Jan
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comment Best way to give user information on a layer
And what is going to happen after pressing lowest level nodes?
Jan
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comment Best way to give user information on a layer
Is this is a singe icon for each item (like ?) or they are different icons? What is going to happen after pressing this icon?
Dec
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answered One site, 2 domains
Nov
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comment On mobile, how should I present a post that has both comments and a main media component requiring a large thumbnail?
And what if comments section is empty? User must make some action to view that. I mean that it's good to inform user in some way that post has comments on post page. Also displaying number of comments will indicate interest to the post in general. Touchable comments icon to the right of post title will do the think IMO. Also, touchable post title leading to comments section is better than white space I think. You can change post title style to indicate it has comments for example.
Nov
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comment On mobile, how should I present a post that has both comments and a main media component requiring a large thumbnail?
Twitter app for iOS is very different from your proposed layout and can hardly be analogue for it. My question is what if post doesn't have any comment? Another question is how user will navigate from image view to comments view?
Nov
4
comment Web - Displaying data in a table
If you are using Excel metaphor, why not to mimic Excel Normal view or Google Docs Spreadsheet Normal view? They both have the same or very close layout and behavior.