Brought in destinations, added more color, simplified the menu even more by putting 3 actions into a drop down menu. I'm liking where this is going a lot.
over 1 year ago
Love it man! I know how hard it is working with data sets like this. Would love to chat it up more sometime
Hey Nick... thanks a bunch! It is really difficult taking something like this and making it interesting. Hit me up anytime on gchat (zca.tyler). It would be cool to chat it up with another UI designer.
Tyler - this is lookin' slick. I love icon based buttons/interactions. What do the destination icons represent? If a user can turn these on/off for each row I might consider adding a grayed-out version of each icon for the inactive ones. Clicking an inactive one would activate it (adding color) and vise-versa.
Hey Brandon, thanks man. So a lot of the interface I am designing will have slide out hover interactions or simple tool tips to indicate icon meaning. I've always tried to adhere to the canon of showing only the minimal things the user needs but giving clear understanding of options should they want more.
The two black icons are for viewing analytics and editing the campaign. I do have a greyed out inactive/unavailable state for these and a hover color. The colorful icons in the destination column indicate where the campaign is being sent to: Email, Mobile, and Social Networks. So a grey icon that can activate functionality might be interesting, however this list is past based reporting of campaigns already sent out so I don't think it would work for this view. I might take it into consideration for the upcoming campaigns view.
Thanks for the suggestion!
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