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a list is collection of elements (or items) that may or may not be ordered in a particular way.

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One-to-many list items in trigger-response model

I have an app for a content item that can include triggers and responses, created by the user. Users can associate many triggers to one single response (many-to-one) or they can have each trigger ...
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Should cycling through a list stop/pause at the end of the list?

Cycling through a list of items is a common user interface design pattern. For example: Browser address bar: hold Up or Down to scroll through the list of websites. On-screen keyboard: hold Left or ...
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How to list thumbs that have different sizes images

I nee help, your opinions and which options do I have to resolve my problem. Currently I'm working on a website that have a Thumb view and I'm not happy on how the items are displayed, I have ...
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Panel arrangement and responsive design

In a user interface it is often appropriate to use to panels arranged in a grid to display content, either as a way of showing content instances to a user or as a way of arranging content instances ...
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How many items should a list optimally display? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is 10 search results per page the best? We have a webshop where the products are listed in rows of 3, each being 340 pixels high. One of our categories now has 38 products and ...
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Prioritizing Items from a list of values

I want a user to prioritize 4 items from the highest to lowest priority without being able to select the same priority for each item for the registration process. So far this is the wireframe I have ...
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Allow list box to expand to browser height?

I'm designing a web app that includes a list builder. I've proposed that the height of the list box containing the available items should grow depending upon the available browser height. However, I ...
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How should I sort items in a drop down list?

I have a simple drop down list containing about 12 choices. The choices are not countries, states, or any other common set of items that users would be used to scanning alphabetically or by name. What'...
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Should list item specific actions be hidden on default and revealed on hover or always be displyed?

Every time I design lists (which are a beautiful thing in itself) I am wondering about how to treat list item specific actions which aren't bulk actions such as delete. Let me give you an example, I ...
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Grouped list with a lot of singletons — how to present groups of size one?

We have a table with a large number of items (50-500+). Items are grouped -- basically, think of a list of folders each with at least one item in them. Actions need to be taken on each item, or ...
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Is custom manufacturer order confusing for users ?

I have an eshop that has in the menu a list of manufacturers available on the website. The default order for them is alphabetical, but due to marketing reasons the owner asked that several ...
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Item list - where should a new item go? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Location of new items in list Let's say you have a list of item you can order. When you add a new item should it go on top or to bottom? Did you read any studies about this? ...
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How could I better layout a list of 200+ members?

I'm looking for suggestions on how I can lay out this long list of members. Just for some extra context, when you select a person's name an overlay will appear with their information along with a ...
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Do “add” or “edit” functions need a confirm button?

I am designing a UI that includes a list of items that you can add to or edit. When you click on an item it turns into a text dialogue. When you click off or hit "enter" it saves the changes. Does ...
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Checkboxes – how to select parent only?

I have a large list of items like this: Parent 1 – Child 1.1 – Child 1.2 – Child 1.3 ... Parent 2 – Child 2.1 – Child 2.2 ... where every element has a checkbox. I want to be ...
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Why paginate/page break an infinitely scrolling dynamic list?

There is no shortage of pagination questions on UX.SE. Still, something struck me recently while looking through Google's Image search: it's a dynamically-loaded, infinitely-scrollable list with (some ...
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Material Design: list items or cards to display a large collection of elements?

I am developing a web application targeting desktop using Material Design and I am now facing a dilemma. The layout of the application is rather standard: toolbar on top, left sidebar and large ...
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How to represent a quoter and a quotee for a webapp

For my own personal project while I learn PHP, I am creating a web app where friends can quote each other. So a user will come and post what their friend said and their friends can like it and comment ...
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What is this type of interaction/component called?

When a user fills out some input fields and adds it as an entry to an existing list. Usually there's a way to edit/delete these entries as well.
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Time stamps vs Duration

I am building a fitness app and I am having a hard time placing certain components. What makes this app unique is that it can count reps for you and display the time it took to complete those reps. ...

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