Draw user's attention by showing a modal window in the middle of the screen and dimming other content.3 votes
Also known as: Grid-Based Layout, Page Grids
Use Grid view to display content.
Indicate clearly errors on the form.24 votes
Show items in matrix view. This gives visibility to all item attributes and allows easy comparison between items.10 votes
Sliding date picker allows users to pick dates with slider bar. By dragging the bar over the time-line, the dates change instantly.2 votes
Tell a friend about interesting content on a website.2 votes
When you used a Fly Out Menu, the user see just one section of a website or everytime the whole navigation. The Overall View is an extension to the Fly Out Menu. Once the user has his mouse cursor over the Overall View Symbol, a drop-down list of all sections of the website pulls out.
We create this pattern for our own website http://www.useeds.de
Posted originally by Martin Bender0 votesAdminjannel (Admin, Patternry) responded
Thanks Martin, I hadn’t seen this pattern before. The idea is interesting, I’ll keep this pattern in my mind when I start planning new patterns. The only problem I could think of with the solution is how to indicate clearly the “overall view” action.
"Completeness Meter" motivates users to invest more time in filling in the form, for example provide more information about themselves.
When a visitor first arrives at the web site, he sees a web page. That first page/main page is the landing page. How should it look like?
See the examples in our Flickr group:
When a user submits a form which has errors, the form should save the data what the user has already filled in instead of erasing everything. The same applies when going back to a page after accidentally navigating away.0 votes
Providing keyboard shortcuts saves time by letting the user explore UI quickly.0 votes
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