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Best practice for use of grid in the web (desktop browser) application, scrolling is the biggest concern

Grid is the name for the extended table component, that allows the scrolling, ordering, sorting, grouping of the columns, allows to select one or more rows, sometimes allows to select single cells and ...
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Name of a component that shows a hierarchy

Does anybody know if this component has a name? I think the design was very popular for breadcrumbs on the past, but in this case the options do not dissapear as we navigate backwards.
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Adding Items with Multiple Components

Are there any examples sites that add information to an item with several components and data? For example, a home property might have additional components and views to add: images, amenities, ...
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Time Window Selection Component - For Data in “Bins”

Currently I have been asked to help someone create a component/popup that appears above a table that can allow users to select a time window (the terminology used here is "bin") that will then update ...
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Document space between components for designers

How are spacial relations between components documented by the big design systems? They only seem to explain how the components look and behave in isolation, not in relation to each other. For ...
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Is there an intermediary between developing a custom UI-library and committing to someone else's library? [closed]

At my company we are a small team (not startup), our flagship product is desktop and hardware-based but we also have our own online platforms (store, user portal, and other new things to come) plus a ...
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What is the name of this scroller component?

I have these arrows that when clicked scroll n cards to the side. I would like to find a React component that does that, but I don't know how is it called.
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Best mouse interaction on knob (dial/rotary controller)

I'm creating a custom skeumorphic dial and I have some doubts about what could be the better way of interacting with it using the mouse, which should be as intuitive and effective as possible. Right ...
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Are components and patterns same in interface design?

I hear term component and pattern used widely on blogs, articles, books and by my team mates. Most of the time they are used interchangeably by few people, which makes little confusion if they are ...
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Analysing a site (UX - language) [closed]

A bit of a strange question. I'm looking at a website to try and work out the thinking behind the components, positioning and or funnels but am finding it hard to find the right language. For example ...
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What is the name of this UI menu?

What is the name of this kind of tree menu where descending levels of the tree are shown in panels from left to right. The tree is navigated by clicking elements.
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Should a style guide be defined before wireframes are started

We have a number of upcoming projects that will share a common theme and look/feel, and are about to start working towards the first of those. There are two competing points of view in the business: ...
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Applying atomic design methodology to an existing style guide. When it is too complex?

i'm in the process of applying atomic design thinking to an existing style guide. However I'm noticing a few problems some compound components can't be derived from base components. so they seem to ...
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Component name of hideable menus

How are the menus you can open and close (like in Blender) called? I assume that this GUI design concept will also have a pretty name I can google more information with but I can't find it.
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Is there a name for a group of value-related sliders?

I need to illustrate a set of sliders. Each slider can be moved up and down by the user. Adjusting one slider will indirectly adjust the other sliders. Is there a name for this kind of UI component? ...
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How to compare similiar products and highlight differences and USPs?

As a user I want to compare different product variants and evaluate the one matching best my needs. Most websites using comparison tables to show at a glance every single differenct feature. For me ...
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Optimal interaction with dial (knob) button taking discrete values for use on touch device

What would be an intuitive way for users to interact with a dial button of 2" of diameter on a touch device taking discrete values from 1.0 to 8.0? The dial is a representation of a real one featured ...
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Whats is the difference between Pills, Chips and Tags/Tokens?

Since all the below components looks similar, what is the difference between Pills, Chips and Tags/Tokens. Since, am confused where/when to use these components.
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Separating components in a component-based UI [closed]

I've got a page for a Team Overview that currently shows everything that is possible to do with a team. I think that the design for this is loud and hard to read at first glance. The current ...
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Zoom Slider Control Positioning

I am wondering if anyone has experience with designing a zoom in/out control slider and if they know what the best possible position for them is? Is it the best user experience to have it horizontal ...
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User interface components or design patterns for multiple sort/filter orders

Has any one seen any good user interface components or design patterns for doing multiple sort orders on a data table or grid? I am wondering if this design pattern is becoming less common due to the ...
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Name for a component with two lists? [duplicate]

I'm looking for something like a standard name for a visual component, consisting of two lists and arrows between them to swap elements from one list to the other - Is there an OS or framework ...
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Is it appropriate or wise to merge two similar search inputs together?

I have an application team that is building a simple search component in which there are two fields. Both accept a number only value that represents primary keys in two different tables. Would it be ...
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Name for JS UI Component

There's a text-dragging UI component I want to use, which can be seen in detail here (drag the cookies!). This is a pretty common idea, and is used a lot in native production applications. I would ...
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Spacing between UI components

I tried looking up previous questions but came up empty on this one. I am sure that there are various standards and guidelines out there for this (Android, Apple or Windows), but it also seems like ...
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Active layers: automatic layer group on map layer component

I'm designing a three level map layer component and I found is a good idea to have an automated smart group that contains all the opened layers. This smart group allows to (see and) quickly close any ...
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What are the differences between features and components?

My boss asked me to change a software installation. He wants to change the word features to components. I'm not sure about the meaning of this change. I've gone ahead and implemented this at his ...
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Proper time to create a UX vision, design statements and component libraries

So, I've been reading a lot about the benefits of creating a UX vision for your app or app suite, creating unique UX design statements and component libraries. Which all sound very interesting. But, I'...
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How to know what should be a button and what should be a link? [duplicate]

I implemented a webpage that in practice was a dead end and it just said "Your registration is complete. Please press the button to go back." and there was a button to go back to the page from where ...
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Where can I find a comprehensive list of UI Components? [closed]

I think this is the site where I can ask this. Sometimes I have to build specials "slider" or "scrollbar" but when I try to look for information is difficult because I don't know the proper names. ...
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Proper term for conjoined choice buttons

I'm thinking of using a set of "conjoined choice buttons" to let the user filter a table of highscores. It would look sort of like this: _______________________________ ( ##EVERYONE##| FRIENDS | ...
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Switching language: display alternative or active first?

What is the best practices to display and switch between two languages. For example, I'm at website.com/en/ and I want to switch in french (website.com/fr/). Do you think I should display the active ...
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What is the name of this kind of pattern/component?

I would like to know what this approach is called. In case my incredibly high-fidelity mockups are too confusing, what I'm after is a design that explicitly links the thumb to the viewport by drawing ...
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Are Network Components good UX?

I was very interested in Rob's answer where he lists different options for displaying a hierarchical list of 'nodes' I was thinking that this component would be a good way for our users to manage ...
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How do I inform the user a component has stopped working?

This is my design challenge: The idea is to have a separate component integrated into a website, displaying data retrieved from another system. When a problem occurs with this other system, we are ...