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Mar
31
comment Are users reading full-length biographies?
Carl mentioned media based websites which I am referring to. They provide entertainment and less GTD character which I think you are thinking of.
Mar
24
comment What is the best UX pattern for large dropdowns in case of mobile web pages?
How does option 1 go with "Autocomplete is also becoming extremely slow"?
Mar
24
answered What is the best UX pattern for large dropdowns in case of mobile web pages?
Mar
21
answered How can I display a calendar that can handle a lot of events?
Mar
13
comment What are good checkbox alternatives?
@Pdxd I enhanced my question above. Does that help you?
Mar
10
revised What are good checkbox alternatives?
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Mar
10
comment What are good checkbox alternatives?
Drag and drop is a good thought. Unfortunately the user will not be able to retain the exact old state of an item that easy. Unfortunately your solution would also need a list inside a list.
Mar
10
comment What are good checkbox alternatives?
Screenshot provided @Hynes.
Mar
10
revised What are good checkbox alternatives?
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Mar
10
comment What are good checkbox alternatives?
Thanks @Pdxd for your answer. I'm looking for a solution that indicates and especially provides the possibility to change the items state as well.
Mar
7
comment What are good checkbox alternatives?
@Hynes The checkboxes in my system are only used for selecting objects. I don't want to use them for indicating states. My problem now is that these items need to indicate states a checkbox can have and(!) need to provide functionality to change that state.
Mar
7
comment What are good checkbox alternatives?
@JonW Exactly. But I'm looking for an alternative of indicating its state since the checkbox is not ment to do this.
Mar
7
asked What are good checkbox alternatives?
Feb
25
comment “more…” What happens then?
I'm hoping for significant data maybe from a usability test or a decent link @PatomaS. Besides, I see no difference to the discussion about the hamburger icon.
Feb
24
asked “more…” What happens then?
Feb
24
comment What is the best way to show that a link opens a modal window?
-1. See THAT question RIGHT THERE is actually designing for the users experience! Actually mattering about the user and thinking a step ahead vor him (preparing him for what might come). I would definitely not let him click and surprise him.
Feb
23
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Feb
23
revised How can I indicate new functions within paper or clickable wireframes?
reformulated question and included example
Feb
21
comment How can I indicate new functions within paper or clickable wireframes?
@JonW absolutely. But what if there are many micro-tasks that lead to the "correct" usage of the new feature? For example: A user should use one specific item in a dropdown list that suits my scribbles/frames in the following scribbles/frames. Whats the best way to tell the user "please use the second item in the dropdown list" for example?
Feb
20
asked How can I indicate new functions within paper or clickable wireframes?