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 »

Advanced Filter

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Description   After researched the quick filter using scenario and the products, Finding out that we could separate the filter function into Quick filter and Advanced filter in order to meet the different needs.  The Quick filter is suitable for commonly used situation.It is fast, simple and obvious. It is used in the common scenario and… Read more »

Editing Data on Forms

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In designing enterprise applications, we very often encounter situations where the user needs to edit existing information.  In many cases this editing is done in the context of a form where users can make and commit changes.  You may sometime need to apply role-based access to enable editing for authorized users, only.  How should you… Read more »

PatternFly 4.0.0-alpha.2 Release

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In the PatternFly Roadmap we outlined our future plans for PatternFly and laid out the goals for the PatternFly 4 release: Providing initial support for Angular 2 application development Updating the libraries on which Angular-Patternfly is built Making the dependence on jQuery optional when consuming Angular-PatternFly Today, we are excited to announce our first PatternFly… Read more »

What’s New on PatternFly.org

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The PatternFly team is excited to announce the new PatternFly site. We’ve done a lot of work including research, design, and development to enhance the site. Much of the effort has been focused on improving the information architecture as well as making adjustments to cater to our two main personas, designers and developers. What’s New?… Read more »