(Another) Inline Edit demo design

Jess Mitchell jessmitchell at gmail.com
Mon Oct 4 14:17:24 UTC 2010


I quite like this iteration.  

My sense about your comment below is that since the only text in the demo is editable, the expected interaction is more clear. For some reason, one without explanation, I thought if we just had a Title and a Caption it would be even clearer.  With less text, the user has fewer things to click on -- and tags can be confusing.  For example, I could imagine an interface that allows only one tag to be entered per line, or tags separated by commas.  It makes things more complicated, but maybe that's good?


On Oct 4, 2010, at 9:51 AM, Jonathan Hung wrote:

> I am not sure if instructional text is required, or if the visual cues are strong enough to convey to the user that fields are editable, and edits are undoable.

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