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Jan
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comment When and why should date pickers be used?
An example of what @ColdCat says
Jan
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comment Datepicker UX showing Quantitative Data
@SamPierceLolla : You are right. Knowing the number of tasks does not give us the full picture. That's why we supply a side pane with the breakdown. It does give a hint though...
Jan
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comment Datepicker UX showing Quantitative Data
Charles I tried removing the grey bar but it was much more confusing. Regarding the heatmap legend it is clearly a burden, but it will be used 2-3 times at most. However the datepicker itself will be used thousands of times after that, so I think it is an acceptable deal for the user.
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comment Datepicker UX showing Quantitative Data
Hum, what I see at first glance are the empty spots. But I guess I could be trained or conditioned in a way. I think I'll have to test also color schemes...
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comment Datepicker UX showing Quantitative Data
I'm not really sure the darker tones are more prominent to the eye. At least in the calendar above you can immediately spot the empty days. Besides I think the standard convention is to assign darker tones as the value increases.
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revised Datepicker UX showing Quantitative Data
New alternative design plus conclusions
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comment Datepicker UX showing Quantitative Data
Can't I upload images in the comments? Sorry, I'm new to stackexchange
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comment Datepicker UX showing Quantitative Data
Your proposal would look like i.stack.imgur.com/7ojbg.png
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asked Datepicker UX showing Quantitative Data