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revised How best to create a link/relationship between multiple elements of a webpage?
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comment How best to create a link/relationship between multiple elements of a webpage?
Good point. But what about a long list of items? It could be a cognitive and UX overload. Any suggestions on this?
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comment What is the official JavaScript logo/icon?
JS [11 more to go]
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comment Why are progress bars horizontal?
Yes, and most people have been taught plot the 'time axis' horizontally on a graph :)
Jul
11
accepted How best to show the 'weight' (importance) of bullet-ed items in a non-intrusive (creative) way?
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comment How best to show the 'weight' (importance) of bullet-ed items in a non-intrusive (creative) way?
@Tim - Precisely ;)
Jul
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comment How best to show the 'weight' (importance) of bullet-ed items in a non-intrusive (creative) way?
@Tim - Maybe I'm misconstruing but it seems to imply that the entire text in each bullet have a different font-weight. These are not single one line items but paragraphs of text. It'd be extremely jarring to read each paragraph with different font-weight IMHO
Jul
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comment How best to show the 'weight' (importance) of bullet-ed items in a non-intrusive (creative) way?
THAT is not good. Imagine if all our answers/comments had font-weights as per our reputation. Eeek!
Jul
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comment How best to show the 'weight' (importance) of bullet-ed items in a non-intrusive (creative) way?
Great! That was quick! Thanks a ton!
Jul
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comment How best to show the 'weight' (importance) of bullet-ed items in a non-intrusive (creative) way?
Thought of the same. Maybe opacity variation would work best but not the padding. The lists are almost 4-8 sentences long and the above example is great for single-line items IMHO but not for paragraphs. If possible could you elaborate of thickness of underlining (which/what underlining) and strength of filter effects (examples appreciated)
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Jul
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comment How best to show the 'weight' (importance) of bullet-ed items in a non-intrusive (creative) way?
+1. Very neat and sublimely subtle. However, would ONLY work for integer weights :)
Jul
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comment How best to show the 'weight' (importance) of bullet-ed items in a non-intrusive (creative) way?
@Jay - Great examples. +1. However, the Tags 42 variant seems to be pleasing only on single-line items (fixed height?) whose width can vary. Unfortunately it doesn't fit the requirements. Taking a look at elastic lists right now :)
Jul
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comment How best to show the 'weight' (importance) of bullet-ed items in a non-intrusive (creative) way?
@André - Yes. The items will be sorted by priority and time of posting. The user has the option of choosing either since both are relevant and necessary/important in my context
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