Icon Explorer. SAP Fiori Design Guidelines. Sort, filter and group can appear in all possible combinations and also as single actions.
Make sure to use the proposed order if you use more than one of these actions. The dialog that opens when such an action is chosen is called view settings dialog. This dialog can provide any combination of these three settings, including only one setting (e.g. just sort). If sorting, filtering and/ or grouping is a common use case in your app, offer one, two or all of the corresponding features within one or several view settings dialogs. Please consider: do not provide these features if the table is expected to have only a small number of entries (up to 20 in usual cases).If filtering is a main use case, do not offer filtering in the view settings dialog; use the filter bar instead. There are two ways for triggering the view settings dialog: Trigger the view settings dialog with a button on the table toolbar.
Dashboard UI Kit. 35 Graphically Detailed Dashboard Designs. 35 Graphically Detailed Dashboard Designs. Categories — Icons. Dragdis - Be more creative. Responsive Design: Why and how we ditched the good old select element. How rethinking the way users make complex selections across devices completely changed our design.
We’ve all seen this and know what it does: It’s the HTML select element. Touch device jelly menu concept. Blueprint: Horizontal Slide Out Menu. UXPLORE - UX & UI Design: Archive. The PLAY button is not optical alignment. Lots of people say that you can not center align the play button,the physics center is not the visual center .
Quick Fix: Increase font-size to 16px to Prevent Input Zoom - UXcellence. Here's the scenario: you've got a mobile or responsive design on your site.
Your page fits within the browser viewport at 100% zoom and text is easily readable without zooming. A user selects an input field and the browser zooms in anyway, sometimes obscuring labels or other useful information above or below the field. Bad zoom! In some forms, this can really screw with the flow of using the form. Possible solutions. The anatomy of a credit card form — User Experience Design (UX) Paying for something online with a credit card is simple, right?
Yes and no. Yes, because we’ve been doing it since the early days of the Internet (e.g. Amazon), and no, because no two credit card forms are alike. Over the past 20 years, we’ve built a mental model of paying online: I pull out a credit card from my wallet, enter the card details into a web form, and click a submit button. But getting from A to Z can be a tricky journey, riddled with questions the user has to answer. Paying for something online is still 2–3x clunkier than paying in-person.
Online, we’re getting closer. But before credit card forms become a thing of the past, we still have the present-day task of adding clarity, simplicity, and security to the credit card form. At Wave, our Invoice product enables business owners to create and send invoices to their customers, and to have those invoices paid via credit card. Invisible animation. There’s no doubt that animating user interfaces is a rising trend.
Risen enough that the emphasis is often put on the animation itself, rather than on improving the user experience through subtle and functional animation. Pasquale D’Silva gave some good advice in his talk at Web Direction South in 2013, including: Good animation is invisible.You shouldn’t notice that you’re looking at animation. It’s great advice that we — the team behind Campaign Monitor’s email builder — have been trying to apply with a few principles in mind: animation must improve the usability, feel natural and subtle, and give feedback to the user. Having spent the last year working on the email builder, I’ve learned that animation on the web — as opposed to native apps — comes with many challenges that go beyond finding the right timing, spacing, poses or easing.
Add layout drop-down When users press the “Add layout” button, the layout drop-down fades in and comes from the button itself. 15 Cool Animated UI Designs. In our last UI gallery I mentioned that we have a lot of cool animated UI designs on our Pinterest board and that we just couldn’t feature them since they have such a massive file size.
Well, hold on to your horses… I’ve changed my mind! Even though this gallery doesn’t contain as many images as the other galleries, I’m confident that it might end up in the next Guinness book of world records as the slowest loading page on the whole internet. Transitional Interfaces. Designers love to sweat the details.
Much time is spent pixel-fucking buttons, form styles, setting type, & getting those icons as sharp as a tack. A+, great job, don't stop you guys. ...but there's little consideration about how it all fits together outside of a static comp. You tap a button and the form just ...appears? You swipe to delete an item and it just vanishes? Oh, ok sweet. Blurgrounds. Inspiration Hut - Downloads Take a look at our collection of creative hand drawn fonts, high quality gritty textures and Photoshop brushes on our MarketplaceBrowse Our Handcrafted Fonts Blurgrounds – High Resolution Abstract Blurry Backgrounds Vol.6 (20 Images) Some of you might be familiar with our Blurgrounds project.