I need to review examples of how other mobile apps have dealt with long lists of items. Specifically what interface is offered for sorting the list or filtering the list. Ours is a mobile web application - not an IPAD, Android, BB specific app- and it is possible for the customer to have a long list of items. The list displays the item name and a number attribute representing depth. Many customers will have less than 10 items but some could have pages of items and will need a way to either sort by Name or Depth, or filter to find a specific Name.
Guys any good examples that visualize many combined options with multiple use of AND OR NOT...
thanks in advance, or if there is a standard control for that, I tried transferable list boxes, and rows in a grid with AND OR NOT as a column, not good enough...I also tried multiple combo-boxes...I need a neat intuitive solution, does such thing exist?
I do not have the ability to do any usability testing for this, but I wanted to know if there was a best practice for this scenario:
The user lands and on media asset viewer (default view w/another view option) with options to filter the media asset viewer by category and media type. After making a few filter selections, the user then flips the media asset viewer to another view - would most users expect that their filter selections from the previous view to be preserved?
I just came across 37Signals' Sortfolio (http://sortfolio.com/),
which allows users to filter through portfolios.
It reminded me a little of Google's Fast Flip
(http://fastflip.googlelabs.com/), although that interface offers
minimal filtering and meets different user needs.
I'm interested in finding similar interfaces that showcase pages and
allow extensive filtering. Can you think of any more examples? (It'd
be nice if they were as well-executed as Sortfolio, naturally.)
Any good examples out there of sparkline filtering? I pitched this
concept to Delta 4 years ago and it did not go anywhere. I had yet to
see it until this morning looking for a new refrigerator on the LG
Hello everyone! I am researching filtering and querying interfaces and I was
wondering if anyone had run across any that made an impression on them. They
can be interesting, beautiful, unusual or even awful patterns I just want to
see what we can dig up.
I am following the guidelines that Jennifer Tidwell described in her book
Designing Interfaces, so I am looking for examples of filtering and faceted
search tools that are one, or all of the following: Highly Interactive,
Iterative and Contextual.
Bonus points if you can locate unusual frameworks for doing this!
Can anyone point me to usable examples of filtering information? We are building a site that affords users the ability to sort through a dataset of @ 1000 items, which are grouped into one of 3 types. The types are not mutually exclusive, so users may search for one type of item, and then query for a specific subgroup.