PatternFly Roadmap Update

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Last November we published the PatternFly roadmap where we put forward the idea for PatternFly 4 and 5, an effort around web components, and a CSS rewrite. Alpha releases for PatternFly 4 and PatternFly Web Components delivered initial progress on these efforts. However, the story has grown more complex with the introduction of additional PatternFly framework repositories. In… Read more »

Mobile Toolbar User Testing at Red Hat Summit 2017

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In an increasingly mobile-oriented world, it is important to test and validate design decisions and how they affect usage on mobile devices like smartphones. The PatternFly team gathered some user feedback at Red Hat Summit 2017 in Boston, MA to gain some insight into designing for these devices.   The team tested two different designs,… Read more »

Inline Edit on Forms – Conceptual Design

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1. In-Line Edit for Form Inline Edit pattern enables users to edit text directly on the same page instead of navigating them to another page for editing the text. This is useful when the user may want to make a single edit without the need to refresh the entire form to make it editable. This… Read more »

Pagination in PatternFly – Second round cafeteria testing

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Validation of design choices is important when designing new features of any product. The PatternFly Team values this process and frequently seeks input on different designs from users outside the team. This process not only validates the items in question, but can also provide new insights for future implementations. Recently the PatternFly Team decided to… Read more »

Responsive Form Layout Guidelines – Conceptual

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With so many new mobile phones, tablets and other devices coming out every day, designers have to be prepared to make common functions easy to do on these devices. The usual approach to this is responsive design. The usability of web forms is by no means a new topic. It has been covered in general… Read more »