< KDE Visual Design Group | HIG | SOU Workspace Contents 1 Summary 2 Illustration/Images 3 Context 4 Problem 5 Solutions (including rationale) / Examples Summary A rich list is a list of items with any additional information and/or interaction to the name of the item. (may include: check box, icon, name, brief description, link or button to information, link or button to configure selection, a means to visually distinguish between list items) More examples: http://ktown.kde.org/~fredrik/listviews/ Illustration/Images (Do not repeat buttons, favor a global button for interactions) Context Use a rich list when the user requires additional information when selecting an item or can do more with an item than just selecting it. Problem There might be a checkbox and Icon in the same line Some meta-information might contain much text, requiring the item's row in the list to be very high when displayed Each item can have one or more commands associated with it Solutions (including rationale) / Examples [[place mockup here] The elements of the list are (from left to right) Checkbox or radio button (optional) Icon indicating if additional information box is collapsed or expanded (only needed if additional information is available. Use this only when there is no checkbox. Otherwise, use an about-button (second from the right) to display additional info in a popup) Icon representing the item or graphical preview (optional) The item's name/title Below: Item's short description Additional information (longer description, long meta information etc.) that wouldn't normally fit in the row (optional) "About"-button displaying an about box (used weh there are checkboxes and additional information) Action/Combo button (optional if checkbox/radio button is present) Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=KDE_Visual_Design_Group/HIG/SOU_Workspace/Rich_List_Workspace&oldid=59231" This page was last edited on 30 March 2016, at 12:21. Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.