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4 votes

Long Horizontal submenu

The solution is a well-designed mega menu with subitems: Source designmodo.com/create-css3-mega-menu A real example is the Mailchimp > Resources megamenu with more than 20 submenus:
Danielillo's user avatar
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2 votes

Segmented control vs toggle switch

Carbon Design System lists this logic for choosing between Toggles and Content Switchers: For binary actions or choices, such as “yes/no” or “on/off” use a toggle instead of a content switcher. A ...
exp's user avatar
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2 votes

Is it a good practice to display only one tab

Using a single tab is considered very bad practice. It's basically the same as using a single radio button, or a pre-selected disabled dropdown. If there's no choice to be made, don't use a selection ...
Vitaly Mijiritsky's user avatar
1 vote

Which is better for a tab component: hiding or disabling tabs?

Well, it will completely depend on your use case. If we're talking about consistency, it's better to show the tab. However, if it's actionable (meaning the user can see the content of the tab, even if ...
Devin's user avatar
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1 vote
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Improve tab-bar

There's any number of possible ways you could improve it, and ultimately depends one what you want the final product to look and behave like. But how about some of these: Centre the text for the tab ...
Harrison's user avatar
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1 vote

How to display the action button for each tab separately?

The totals on the tabs are important and useful, I think, because they indicate to the user whether there is something to be seen on the tab at all. Whether you repeat the totals on the table header ...
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1 vote

How to display the action button for each tab separately?

There different options, but it is not possible to determine which option is going to be the best for the user without more information and context. Based on the interface design shown, you can also ...
Michael Lai's user avatar
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1 vote

Seeking Help with a UI Pattern for Segment Selection in Analytical System

I would say something like the "UI of Django Admin permissions section" be modified to suit your need would perfectly fit your use case. Instead of "available permissions" for ...
Vipul Tawde's user avatar
1 vote

Long Horizontal submenu

This problem may appear even with fewer tabs but in smaller viewports. I think one option which you've shared is a good one. But instead of a dropdown, you can add scroll arrows that may appear on ...
escapeVelocity's user avatar
1 vote

Tabs that can fall back to another tab when the first tab is empty?

I think the lists split up into rows would work. I'm guessing your tabs have names yes, so then the horizontal lists can also reuse those names. Here's an example using google playstores:
Kitanga Nday's user avatar
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1 vote

Multiple nested tabs alternative?

I've noted that when you have such deep nested hierarchies, most designs switch to a horizontal column system (let's call it that for now). Something like that. You can also see this in Google ...
Kitanga Nday's user avatar
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1 vote

Multiple nested tabs alternative?

Interactivity with tabs offers many possibilities, including swapping the labels for titles (and subtitles) when they are active, suppressing the rest of the tabs plus a return icon in each state when ...
Danielillo's user avatar
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1 vote
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Navigating between steps in a wizard

In the overall I guess would be nice to have validation to occur at three stages: initial validation, after-typing validation, and on-navigation validation so to actually avoid many back and forth. ...
Stefania C's user avatar
1 vote

Navigating between steps in a wizard

If you expect your user to jump back and forth a bunch, you probably want to always save the input and also validate without blocking. In other words, if something is missing or incorrect, you can say ...
Leo Wattenberg's user avatar
1 vote

Is it a good practice to display only one tab

This feels like it could obliquely refer to the rule of hiding vs. disabling - if there's a chance something could become active, you show it (disabled), but if there will never be a chance of ...
Izquierdo's user avatar
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