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IMO: Title belongs more in the right content part above product listing. (As it is describing those products in general, and not only their characteristics / filters left in sidebar). "Delete all filters" should be moved left to filter items, as last item. And renamed shorter "Clear all" i.e. Red color signalizes warning, green is more appropriate for ...


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I would put the title aligned with the products and on the sidebar filter I would show on top another filter that shows Iluminaticao LED and his children with the Lampadas checked. I hope this makes sense. If you wish I can make a sketch fast.


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I do not know of a comprehensive list, but here are a few relevant articles: https://www.nngroup.com/articles/visual-design-cheat-sheet/ https://www.nngroup.com/articles/typography-terms-ux/ https://www.nngroup.com/articles/ux-brand-terms-defined/


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I am not aware of any studies, but below is my personal experience why sidebars should be rarely used if you target desktops. Sidebars scale badly on large or ultrawide screens, unless you fill the whole screen. Even two sidebars on a 32" 16:9 screen leave a lot of empty space. I've seen websites where there is 10 centimeters of empty space between sidebar ...


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The proximity principle used as a frame works correctly when there are at least two or three elements generating the container virtual limits: It works more as a closure law: Or the content has a central visual axis strong enough to lead to interpret it as a single element: Following this, the top text is perfect because there are four delimiting elements ...


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I never saw a rule for it and I believe is very difficult to create a rule for it because depends on the design, the fonts, the colours and the type information that you are showing there. For example: If you just have graphics with no legend, spaces should be enough to separate If you just have tables they will auto separate because of design but if your ...


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I think the filters for data can be help here (although not necessarily? Because if we lose important data, we usually try to recover it as soon as possible (the same day or slightly earlier) At the level when there is nothing declared - a list will be useful - a set of all backups with parameters (execution time, backup life cycle)after selecting the ...


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A multiple document interface (MDI) is probably what you are looking for.


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Technically, Emulators tend to answer your question. Also, iFrame, TeamViewer, Plugins all like answer the question too.


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I see several possible considerations here: It communicates clearly that only one of the forms needs to be filled out. It literally says "Login or Signup", thus reducing cognitive load for first time visitors. Although it is discouraged to have forms with two or more columns, they still exist. Even though the forms are divided by the large space between ...


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Hi :) I think it's not just the color that gives the sensation of ending the page, it's also the movement. When you are scrolling down, the up-down movement will stop before the footer steps in the middle of the screen (unless you are in a very particulate windowed screen). So, to users understand that they have reached the footer, we have: ·Stopping the ...


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If you add too much whitespace, apart from wasting screen space (which I won't go into further as I don't want to rant), plenty of users will stop scrolling too soon to see it if they're not actually looking for it. So it's better to keep it reasonably close and set it off in another way - colour, old-fashioned horizontal rules, or a row of obvious headings ...


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A clear and distinct footer region offers a design commonality that is useful in our current era where continuous scrolling content is common: It clearly and directly helps communicate to the user "Hey, this page is done, you can stop trying to scroll now..." As designers we can break common trends like this easily enough, but we have to have some really ...


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Never heard or seen 3 way toggle, but maybe it is just semantic of the word. Answer depends on the specifics of filter facets. If it is just a bunch of yes/nos and they are not mutually exclusive then definitely go for for checkboxes. Ticked box means that criteria should be met. Unticked means - I do not care about this. Restrictions [] 18+ [] Women only ...


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Toggles can only be two way also they are tricky. I think what you looking for is a group button. It is way more intuitive than toggle (it clearly show what is selected, and are labeled), however group buttons require more space than toggle. I will do it this way:


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There is nothing wrong and there are sites that use just white space to separate footer content. However, it is more precise in design to communicate it also with colour. As footer is then separated from content more clear, you increase readability. And also separation on sections of header, content, and footer is one of the earliest and one of the basic ...


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When you walk into a physical store usually have a rug or a door or something to make you slowdown and pay attention to all after that point. On websites is quite similar. You should have different section to not be boring, to make the user curious, to call attention of the user. The footer is not different. It's important to show the user that this is the ...


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