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comment How to explain that choice of UI library and framework should be made after the design of user experience
I've never seen BDUF (big design up front) work, from a design perspective - details are always missed - or from a development perspective - problems look too big to ever code for. Enough design up front should answer the large questions - we're designing for something video heavy, or report heavy (grids) or something that has each post being art directed - big cuts like that should help drive the direction. As for the team and talent part, ask them. What would they use and why? A lot of our team has Bootstrap experience - Foundation just wouldn't be worth the development overhead to ramp up.
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comment What are some creative patterns for viewing and selecting individual items in a large non-hierarchical list?
Thanks for this Xaviervalarino. It's definitely helpful.
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comment What are some creative patterns for viewing and selecting individual items in a large non-hierarchical list?
Thanks Ken, see the edit for an explanation.
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revised What are some creative patterns for viewing and selecting individual items in a large non-hierarchical list?
Added some details to explain why some of the suggestions around the 80 or 90% are off the mark.
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comment What are some creative patterns for viewing and selecting individual items in a large non-hierarchical list?
Sure. A User needs to have items analogous to a company or division assigned to them. You may have 15 to 60 users who are various levels from Admins to people who only run reports. In addition to other various security settings, as a last step the users need to be assigned n number of companies. The companies would be different to different users. It's possible that all 15 to 60 users would be given access different numbers and "groupings" of companies or divisions.
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comment What are some creative patterns for viewing and selecting individual items in a large non-hierarchical list?
Mainly because the core set is undetermined and will shift depending on the role of a user. Over time and usage we should be able to create logical groupings to help out, but the initial users wont have that available and since the relationship of people to items is many to many with no hierarchy. If I could safely define the core, that's the way we would have gone.
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