draganddrop

22 Jun 2010 - 3:40pm
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wraevn
2010

Horizontal Grouping GUI

I've been charged with designing a horizontal version of the attached graphic.

Think of the 'Conditions' area like the white text box where you type your search query in Google.

Pictured are 2 groups of items. The outer group (colored blue) has a right border that is blue with vertical lines and a triangle. This indicates it is an AND group. The inner group (colored green) has right border that is orangish with diagonal lines and a half-circle. This indicates it is an OR group.

7 Oct 2009 - 2:36pm
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5 years ago
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Elana Glazer
2009

Drag and Drop

Imagine presenting users with about 30 items of clothing and
accessories and wanting them to build 7 days of outfits (costs are
calculated per outfit as the output).

My team is thinking of presenting users with 7 rectangles, each
representing a day of the week, and having users drag and drop items
to these areas to build the outfits. (The target of the site are
adults 35-65).

My gut tells me that this is too many items for drag and drop and we
should explore other interactive options.

Can anyone point me to usability research on drag and drop.

12 Jan 2006 - 12:36pm
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8 years ago
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Susan Farrell
2004

New shopping interaction

http://www.panic.com/goods
drag and drop shopping
one page checkout

I'd like to tweak the checkout some (e.g.: "ship to different
address?") etc., but I think this is a big leap forward because it's
all visible all the time, and it looks easy and fun to use.

Kudos to Panic.com. They make good OS X software too, in Portland OR.

Susan

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