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comment Should breadcrumb menus ever be two lines?
depends on the device. Mobile or other smaller screens will show a wrapping. I don't think a full row width breadcrumb trail can be summarized that simply.
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comment Form instructions/guidance - first person vs third person?
Thanks Jorn, those are related and good information, but this is more about instructions and guidance than labels.
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asked Form instructions/guidance - first person vs third person?
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comment Good design for grouping labels on a form?
Maybe I should have been clearer. In mobile, I fully expect the fields to fold down under the labels. I'm designing it to be responsive, so that's acceptable on mobile.
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accepted Good design for grouping labels on a form?
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comment Good design for grouping labels on a form?
I like that...good suggestion.
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comment Good design for grouping labels on a form?
I like that. But there are fields above and below these. How do we indicate that it is only for those two fields, and not the ones below them?
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asked Good design for grouping labels on a form?
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accepted Appropriate label for a button that takes a user to an item?
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comment Appropriate label for a button that takes a user to an item?
Went with "Details" hyperlink
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accepted With link and button side by side, and the link is the more important action, how can I SHOW that it's the more important and frequent action?
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comment With link and button side by side, and the link is the more important action, how can I SHOW that it's the more important and frequent action?
So I guess the answer is, you shouldn't need to because the link and the button shouldn't be next to each other. ;-)
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comment With link and button side by side, and the link is the more important action, how can I SHOW that it's the more important and frequent action?
That's a great idea!
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comment With link and button side by side, and the link is the more important action, how can I SHOW that it's the more important and frequent action?
Thanks @JeromeR. I want to keep "Details" as a link and "Delete" as a button because they are semantically correct - Details takes you to another page, delete acts on the data.
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comment With link and button side by side, and the link is the more important action, how can I SHOW that it's the more important and frequent action?
I've considered that. But I don't understand how that would make sense. This column is the "actions" column...seems like it would be confusing to have one column for each button.
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revised With link and button side by side, and the link is the more important action, how can I SHOW that it's the more important and frequent action?
edited title
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asked With link and button side by side, and the link is the more important action, how can I SHOW that it's the more important and frequent action?