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Layered navigation in E-commerce follows very old and solid pattern in UI called Tree view, which is what you have, and probably what you should stick with. Designing this tree view with checkboxes (must not be classical ones, you can expand click area to whole box etc) - will probably be very convenient for the user. Checkbox checked for upper categories (...


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Disclaimer: My native language is LTR. I think the most important aspect of having two lists is to indicate the direction of the flow. As long as you provide an arrow to specifically state that elements go from one list to another, it should be fine regardless of the direction. But if you look at what Apple does in his own tools, you can see that elements ...


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If from List A to List B is considered as a direction and something moving in time, then yes. Google's Material, in their Bidirectionality guidelines, talks about how to mirror user interface from LTR languages to RTL languages and other way around. They don't specifically talk about this kind of dual list box (or picklist) but we can infer the answer from ...


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This indeed is not good UX. Your solution would somewhat reduce at least one problem (searching in the huge list of attributes to find the one you want to unselect). In addition this could be difficult if used on mobile devices (if that's the case). But the problem starts earlier. To pick 10 attributes out of 70 you would have to remember all the 70 ...


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