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May
7
comment What is the best way to design a date/time picker that requires an input for minutes and seconds?
Hey Michael, yes there would be a calendar flyout when you click on the date. I should have pointed this out in the designs.
May
5
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May
5
comment What is the best way to design a date/time picker that requires an input for minutes and seconds?
Thanks Milesper, appreciate the feedback. I agree with your logic here. Can you think of a design that is better than this? I'm certainly open to ideas here. If not, I'll go with the second one. :) Cheers
May
4
asked What is the best way to design a date/time picker that requires an input for minutes and seconds?
Apr
22
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Feb
19
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
30
accepted Is it ok to force uppercase for the first letters of names?
Aug
29
asked Is it ok to force uppercase for the first letters of names?
Jun
18
accepted Is it a bad idea to use grey buttons?
Jun
18
comment Is it a bad idea to use grey buttons?
@Snag done. sorry!
Apr
22
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
20
comment Is it a bad idea to use grey buttons?
hey shmidt, thx for the feedback. i might argue that buttons and navigation (the horizontal apple menu) are not the same. buttons can be disabled where navigation menus usually are not.
Apr
20
comment Is it a bad idea to use grey buttons?
@charles wesley - speculative concern at this point -thx!
Apr
20
comment Is it a bad idea to use grey buttons?
@rk - the buttons do not turn orange when selected. the orange button in the example above is the Primary button color. the hover state for the grey buttons is a darker grey.
Apr
20
awarded  Yearling
Apr
19
asked Is it a bad idea to use grey buttons?
Jan
16
comment Is it odd to display search results in a modal window?
no, the user wouldn't be able to close the modal by clicking-off of it...they would have to click a close button to do so. they would access the search results page by clicking the "view more results" link in the auto-suggest flyout. (i added screengrabs to the question) btw, i looked at your example and it would behave the same way. im wondering if the "more results" could display in a modal and therefore remove the need for the Back button and new page/view. this may be a moot point and another responder says it would be good form to have the Search field on the results page as well ;)
Jan
16
revised Is it odd to display search results in a modal window?
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Jan
16
comment Is it odd to display search results in a modal window?
sorry, i should have been more clear, this is a friend search. adding screengrabs to the question.