I'm putting together a design standard for the best possible widgets for date and time entry/selection. Anyone have examples that fit all or at least some of these requirements? I understanding that this is contextual and there is no one size fits all):
1. Supports multiple input methods – mouse (click and scroll), keyboard (explicit values as well as arrows, tabs, spacebar, enter) when the platform allows it.
I'm designing a stream/list of content that I want to allow the user to "tune" through a series of parameters: some might be boolean (toggle), some might be a place on a continuum (slider). Has anyone seen a good example of a stream or list view where the amount or type of content in the stream can be altered using something other than the obvious dropdown menu or tab options?
In early interaction design sessions, my business partners are asking
for the following: I don't believe it exists.
1. Web Page with simple template allowing data entry.
2. Data must be able to be "pasted" in from other sources (most
likely from a spreadsheet)
3. Data will be variable (1 - N rows)
4. Data format will need to be validated on submission. (Two columns
of data will be allowed, one an identifier and the second a currency
I'm thinking of GDocs spreadsheet type functionality - but am not
aware of that type of control being commonly available.