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comment Multilevel Navigation - Enterprise Application
I had to Google the term "CHUI" and this popped up on Stackoverflow: stackoverflow.com/questions/253664/…. If the sections of the application are well-known to users, maybe you could stick them in expanding drawers. Expose, or open, the first drawer in the page as the default and show the rest as closed. Clicking on a closed drawer label opens that section -- sort of like accordion nav, but without the navigation strip.
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comment Multilevel Navigation - Enterprise Application
I had to Google the term "CHUI" and this popped up on Stackoverflow:
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answered Popups/Dialogs on web site/application
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answered Are there good practices to verbally describe the animations in your site before coding starts?
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comment Should user login and registration be separated from the principal menu items?
User tests I ran a few months ago underlined the importance of placement. When the Login/Register links were placed in the upper-right corner of the screen more than 90% of test subjects found them. When moved elsewhere on the page, about 50% of users found the links. Why the upper-right corner? That's where convention has taught people to look for Login/Register.
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answered Why are most Automation displays so UX outdated?
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comment Mobile App Design: Horizontal Swipe vs Vertical Scroll to browse a social feed
It seems like the pattern in mobile now is vertical scrolling for moving through list items and swiping for actions. Google's new mail app Inbox is one example.
Aug
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answered Multilevel Navigation - Enterprise Application
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answered Best table pagination pattern for a mobile browser experience
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comment How to add the feeling (perception) of complexity to an interface?
Yea, if you want to add the feeling of complexity, this is probably the best way to do it, with little indicators of how much was processed to deliver a given result. This is a funny question, since most of us spend our lives striving to reduce complexity. Or, as DaVinci said, "Simplicity is the greatest sophistication."
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answered Understanding users' ideal workflow
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comment Why do modern keyboards have Scroll Lock?
Don't see it on my mac keyboard, but I guess I can conjure scroll lock with SHIFT+FN+F12.
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answered What do you expect to see when you click an order's item?
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revised What Comes After PDFs?
Removed general question and added two specific questions.
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comment How to give user ability to clear selected state of control?
Yea, click-on and click-off seems the simplest. The design should clearly show active, down and up states for the pieces. If this widget ever makes it into the mobile view, the tap-on, tap-off behavior will work well.
Jul
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comment How to manage a growing drop down on my blog
Yea, most blog platforms will give you the list of articles as a homepage. You don't need to add each article to the navigation. Other ways to organize your articles: By Topic, A-Z, By Date, By Author.
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comment Responsive Design, how to display two large navigation menus?
This is a good approach. The site I'm working on now has 750,000+ pages and navigation that goes 8 levels deep in some sections. In the desktop view, we've got a mega-nav menu that goes 4 levels deep. The section-level nav is uneven, sometimes handled (badly) by tab sets, other times by CTAs and other ad hoc elements that don't translate very well to the small screen. This patter would work better.
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answered Gamification app walkthrough description