[Plone-UI] UI Digest, Vol 72, Issue 5
moses.drayne at gmail.com
Mon Jul 18 17:04:54 UTC 2011
Long time lurker, first time poster.
1. Should "Add An Image" be "Add A New Image To The Current Folder"?
Would an End User consider this process adding a New Image in their
workflow? Would the footnote describing the folder placement of the new
image be needed with this change?
2. Could it be obvious that the image will originate on the computer or
hard drive? What is the point of this wording? Size warnings or valid file
types might be more useful?
3. I can see adding more than one image as useful, often images are
prepared in groups and uploading them as a group is more streamlined. But
the option of deleting a specific image, as it is held in cue, prior to
uploading, would add reversibility to the selection without canceling the
4. Would it make more sense to lead with the Preview, followed by the
listing of existing images, rather than "Add Image"? It would seem over
time, end users will be scanning existing images to insert more often than
adding new images. This would also display the breadcrumbs to the end user
prior to the "Add a New Image To The Current Folder" language.
5. Leading with the Preview, on the far left, and having it directly over
the Insert Image button may better facilitate the review of the selection
prior to committal by the End User? Imagine adding the same image to several
places; a common task. Having the preview immediately on the left, showing
the last selection, with the Insert Image button below? No distraction by
the end user as they update an image in several places.
So, basically, I think a mirror image of this layout will add to
functionality for the end user and aid in reducing the need for descriptive
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