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May
6
comment Multiple lists on one screen — best approach?
@Michael: Yes, my example is intended for multi-column lists, but I do like Vitaly's approach for shorter items. I wonder at what point (# of items) a multi-column display of short items would be more readable than the free-form sequential list?
May
5
awarded  Nice Question
May
5
comment Multiple lists on one screen — best approach?
+1 Thanks, haven't thought about the accordion. But it may lead to 2 interactions: 1. click to expand, 2. scroll to see the rest of the content
May
5
comment Multiple lists on one screen — best approach?
+1 Thanks! I especially like the preview/link of information contained below
May
5
asked Multiple lists on one screen — best approach?
May
3
accepted Keyboard shortcut to sort columns in a table?
May
3
accepted Toggle button for actions
May
3
accepted Long scrolling form or 3 compact pages?
May
2
awarded  Editor
May
2
revised Scrollbars as a semi-transparent overlay
clarification regarding transparency and use
May
2
asked Scrollbars as a semi-transparent overlay
Apr
28
asked Keyboard shortcut to sort columns in a table?
Apr
28
awarded  Scholar
Apr
28
accepted How should cancelled animations behave?
Apr
28
asked Long scrolling form or 3 compact pages?
Apr
28
asked How should cancelled animations behave?
Apr
11
awarded  Student
Apr
10
comment Toggle button for actions
Thanks, Phil! We want to keep the buttons as simple as possible -- they are about 60% of the size of my example (no room to adorn it with a a checkmark), and there are a lot of them on the screen. I want to user to be able to see with one glance which actions are selected (hence the emphasis on color vs. grayed)
Apr
10
asked Toggle button for actions
Apr
8
awarded  Teacher