I have table where the product & sub product are displayed and is allowed for user to select/de-select both at the product and sub-product level. User just have to deselect things which is not required, that is being the core functionality of the table or simply user picks what he wants.

I have made a wireframe. where sub-products are selected/de-select within table itself, where as coming to product level, are selected(checkbox) and deleted from the table by clicking DELETE button. and deleted products are seen in trash.

Can somebody suggest if this UX process is right or can i get some suggestion on this?Table

  • I'm struggling to understand the question if I'm honest - are you able to take a look and make any edits to it to make it a bit more clear? – Nathan Hornby Aug 18 '15 at 15:26
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    Are you able to keep the selection methods more consistent - either using the checkboxes OR the red and green buttons (instead of both)? – Andy Aug 18 '15 at 15:56
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    Just by what you've shown here, this seems like a very unnatural UI. Is a table with nested cells the best way to handle product selection or removal in this case? – plainclothes Aug 18 '15 at 17:15
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    I think you're trying to do too much on one screen here, perhaps you can divide it into a two-pager; that would definitly limit the amount of actions and data to process for a human being and could give you some room to make things clearer :-) – Xabre Aug 18 '15 at 22:04
  • Thanx all!! found simple design where just check and uncheck buttons will easily enable/disable things at product and sub-product level. – Sunil kv Aug 19 '15 at 15:10

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