I am going to change the format of the theory articles in the newsletter, mostly to make them lighter and faster to read, keeping them between 250 and 500 words, so they can be read in a couple of minutes. When I have a certain number of publications, I will ask to see what about 😁
What is a dropdown? A dropdown is an interactive element with which we can organize information inside a small drawer and take out the data we want. And an important data, always one data at a time, if we take out several data from the same component is no longer a dropdown, is a listbox.
Also comment that there are two types of dropdown: boxes and menus. The boxes are used in form elements and attributes, having to select one of them being permanent or temporary, or menus, carrying out an action (an action itself or navigate).
Thanks to this small box we will be able to have our "desktop" more organized, resorting to it when we need it and not having everything above. These dropdowns can be of four types:
As you can see, when it is a menu, we choose one and carry it out, but if what we want is to navigate or change the attribute, we will use the box format.
And finally, a few notes on how to use them:
Design elements that appear similar in some way — sharing the same color, shape, or size — are perceived as related, while elements that appear dissimilar are perceived as belonging to separate groups. Aurora Harley
Many teams overthink return-on-investment calculations for UX work. Treat these calculations as a way to estimate the strategic value of design. Kate Moran
Tailoring your typography with Material Design and Figma. Liam Spradlin
The 5-step process to work out your guiding principles. Sebastian Mueller
Using annotations to convey behaviors, error cases, and design changes. Grace Noh
Indeed, our research shows that bespoke imagery is one of the biggest factors in positively influencing the user’s initial perception of the site, with 88% of our benchmark sites using inspirational imagery across the site. Kathryn Totz
A case study of UX confusion. Something I see frequently in early career UX prototyping is a lack of understanding of existing design patterns, and what they communicate to the user. And specifically of the cognitive psychology which sits behind them. H Locke
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