ted.strauss
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How to make it obvious that you can drag things that you normally can't?
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I think that a big story in recent UX is the rise of the humble grip indicator, as pictured in a few examples here. The first example is taken from the Facebook iphone app, where this symbol is used ...

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What are some examples of well-designed website tutorial/help systems?
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This isn't a full answer, rather just a couple tips: Using flash for tutorial videos is only a good idea if you're absolutely sure the content of each video does not need to be updated periodically, ...

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Programs or markup viewers for legal or logical content?
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I found the article 'Visualizing a Logic of Dependability Arguments' which deals with the topic of the question. Other articles from the conference may be of interest as well.

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Visualization advice for mix of graph/hierarchical data
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The Icicle layout seems very intuitive, but I see your dilemma with a child node having multiple parents. I would start by duplicating the multi-child for each child group, so that the same node will ...

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What kind of UI metaphors can I use for this game-like community map interface?
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This setup is ripe for using all of the natural and artificial growth metaphors that would be used in these kinds of games. In the examples I give, 'objects' refers to any of the things that are ...

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Programs or markup viewers for legal or logical content?
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I have found a system called DR-Prolog that does logical proofs using a custom XML format for representing content. The visualization uses straight-forward box and arrow diagrams. The type of logic ...

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How to express in two or three letters how a column is to be sorted
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I would just add to the other great answers that for clarification you should make sure to have prominent tooltips that explains in plain language the two sorting options: "Sort by magnitude, from ...

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