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1. Is the main purpose for the rich list to select items for an action to be performed on them later (e.g. by clicking a global action button)?
 
1. Is the main purpose for the rich list to select items for an action to be performed on them later (e.g. by clicking a global action button)?
 
* If yes, ask the second question
 
* If yes, ask the second question
* If not, use the [[../Rich Manipulation List|Rich Manipulation List]]
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* If not, use the [[#Rich Manipulation List|Rich Manipulation List]]
  
 
2. Can the user make an informed selection based on icon/preview, title and two lines of description?
 
2. Can the user make an informed selection based on icon/preview, title and two lines of description?

Revision as of 10:31, 22 September 2008

Summary

Rich lists provide more information than just an item's name. They can be used for selection or manipulation of objects.

Solution

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Ask the following questions:

1. Is the main purpose for the rich list to select items for an action to be performed on them later (e.g. by clicking a global action button)?

2. Can the user make an informed selection based on icon/preview, title and two lines of description?

Related Patterns

Rich Manipulation List; Rich Selection List; Edit Lists


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