Pager: Rules for Mid-range Display
abloodworth at berkeley.edu
Thu Jul 24 22:35:34 UTC 2008
Nice work! A couple of comments:
1) I knew I'd seen the notation you use here: "193/6 = 32.2 ? 50"
before but wasn't quite sure what you meant by it. Eli said it could
be a ternary operator (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
Ternary_operation), but the examples I've seen of this don't seem to
match up with what you've written. For instance, it appears in this
statement ("193/6 = 32.2 ? 50") you are saying "round 32.2 up to 50."
However, I'm not sure what "Display all multiples of I ? T" means.
Perhaps you could explain that notation near the top of the rules if
you'd like to use it, or write it out in words?
2) Although I know we want to put things close together, I'm wondering
if having once space each between the 5 numbers in the "center" may
make it a little hard to parse the content at a glance? What if we
instead used this Spacing Rule: "Place 2 spaces between a pair of
On Jul 23, 2008, at 1:07 PM, Daphne Ogle wrote:
> Hey Erin,
> Sorry for the late response -- just found this in my inbox.
> These rules seem fine. I really like that you've identified the
> purpose for the midrange display. The real test will be when we do
> user testing to see if the purpose is met. Nice job!
> One note on the page, it's not clear if the "Paging Rules (Old)" are
> still relevant or not. If not perhaps we want to move them off this
> page. If they are, I'd suggest the midrange rules become part of
> the overall rules.
> On Jul 17, 2008, at 3:09 PM, erin yu wrote:
>> One of the next steps for Pager would be to design and implement
>> what we call the "mid-range display".
>> What is mid-range display?
>> Let me explain with an example. :) Let's say you're on page 45 of
>> 102 pages.
>> Instead of showing the page numbers the traditional way, like this:
>> .. 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 ..
>> we'd like to show the entire range:
>> 1 20 40 43 44 45 46 47 50 60 80 90 100 106
>> so the user has quicker access to the pages in the middle and while
>> still having easy access to the near-by pages.
>> The first draft of the rules is on the wiki if you are interested:
>> It's a work in progress, and as usual, feedbacks are welcome.
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>> fluid-work at fluidproject.org
> Daphne Ogle
> Senior Interaction Designer
> University of California, Berkeley
> Educational Technology Services
> daphne at media.berkeley.edu
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abloodworth at berkeley.edu
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