workflows

Search & Edit
Special Workflows

Search & Edit

What Problem Does This Solve? Users need to quickly update or modify an existing record. When to Use This Pattern Use to assist editors in finding the feature, object, or record that needs to be updated. Editors may be operators receiving phone calls from customers or subscribers requesting updates to their accounts, or field crews […]

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List & Details
Special Workflows

List & Details

What Problem Does This Solve? User needs to see the details for an item selected from a list. Why Use This Pattern? A list is a form of data table that presents data for a large set of items. This is a common need for enterprise applications to show lists of clients, assets, activities with […]

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Meet in the Middle
Special Workflows

Meet in the Middle

What Problem Does This Solve? Find the route halfway point between two or more locations. When to Use This Pattern If there is a need to meet-up with somebody (friend, business contact, barter acquaintance) it is helpful to calculate the perfect middle point based on two or more starting locations. What’s the Solution? Enter the […]

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Route Directions
Special Workflows

Route Directions

What Problem Does This Solve? Provide instructions and guidance on how to get somewhere. When to Use This Pattern Directions are common to travel applications and store locators, in short any application that needs to route somebody (from and) to a specific place. What’s the Solution? The following types of directions exist: Map (visual route) List […]

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Route Positioning
Special Workflows

Route Positioning

What Problem Does This Solve? Provide methods for a user to define the start and end point of the route and sometimes even additional locations. When to Use This Pattern Use when stops necessary to calculate the route require input from the user, i.e. they are not predefined or detected via technical solutions used for […]

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Partial Map
Layouts

Partial Map

What Problem Does This Solve? Map and content are equally important, and app is often workflow driven. Why Use This Pattern? As outlined in the Task Oriented pattern, having clear and well-defined workflows are important to prioritize content and features on the user’s goals. These workflows require space and placing them on top of the […]

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Task Oriented
General UX

Task Oriented

What Problem Does This Solve? Prioritize content and features on primary goals. Why Use This Pattern? Task completion is essential to the success of any application. A single purpose driven app that works well is better than an app that tries to solve many problems at once and is confusing to users. Users get frustrated […]

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