New feature we just finished at Campaign Monitor: Exclude lists and segments from email campaign sends.
Keen to hear any feedback or ideas on how to improve the UI. Thanks. You can read more about the release here: http://www.campaignmonitor.com/blog/post/4041/exclude-lists-and-segments-from-campaign-sends
4 months ago
Looks good Adham! Why that blue though?
@Emanuel Serbanoiu thanks, it's the standard blue colour in the app
@Adham Dannaway I see! Good job bro!
Looks clean and like the breakdown of segment with each list.
The colour scheme works but wondering if the icon should be red on the button instead of grey to give it a clear visual indicator when look across the row as to what is going to be excluded.
Are all the list items included by default? Also is the whole row clickable to exclude a list or just the button? One last question and i promise i'll stop, where do you click on to un-exclude the list?
@Chris Agiasotis Thanks for the feedback. Some good points you raised.
- i tried introducing red on the exclude icons but it looked a bit too heavy.
- by default, no list items are selected.
- only the button is clickable to exclude a list.
- clicking on an already excluded button or selecting a list via the checkbox will "un-exclude" a list.
Will need to do more user testing to ensure users understand the interface.
@Adham Dannaway - yeah its kind of hard to discern how the design changes state based on user interaction with a static image.
Get the deal with the red. a majority of times it lends itself to be too heavy especially with a large number of buttons on the page and it ends up becoming visual noise.
Its looking good though. Its hard to keep something clean and visually interesting with the amount of data / content that needs to be shown on the screen.
Hey @Adham Dannaway looks good! For me the concept of excluding a list was a little confusing initially because naturally I thought that if the list item's checkbox was unchecked then the list wouldn't be included. I didn't immediately make the connection that not including a list was different to excluding.
Maybe if there was more feedback when you hover over the button? For example you could show how many people will be excluded from each of the other lists. e.g. Beautiful people list (3588 - 350).
@Saxon Fletcher Thanks for the feedback. I agree with your suggestion of showing the counts to make it clearer what the exclusion is actually doing ... unfortunately there were technical constraints which made it too expensive to show the count dynamically. Instead we show the count in the snapshot on the next page :-)
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