I've played around with the current alpha of Umbraco V8 and I must say that it looks really good, love the progress! One thing that me an my co-workers have been trying to "settle" with is the new way of presenting "Tabs" in the Content-section. Here's a node with two tabs "Grid Content" and "Content":.
Expansion panels contain creation flows and allow lightweight editing of an element. An expansion panel is a lightweight container that may either stand alone or be connected to a larger surface, such as a card. Note: Expansion panels are no longer documented in the Material Design guidelinesbut Material-UI will continue to support them.
They give you a good overview of how the Prototyping process works in Figma! The default or most commonly used Action is the Navigate option, which takes the user from one Frame to another when they interact with the designated Hotspot. An Overlay works differently from a regular Navigate interaction, as the user isn't taken to another Frame within the Prototype.
The Inclusive Components book is now available, with updated and improved content and demos. When you think about it, most of your basic interactions are showing or hiding something somehow. I've already covered popup menu buttons and the simpler and less assuming tooltips and toggletips.
Description: A single content area with multiple panels, each associated with a header in a list. Tabs are generally used to break content into multiple sections that can be swapped to save space, much like an accordion. The content for each tab panel can be defined in-page or can be loaded via Ajax; both are handled automatically based on the href of the anchor associated with the tab.
Many users have shared their prototypes on Dribbble and the ProtoPie community, among other channels, and we at ProtoPie chose 20 prototypes that have great aesthetics and are easy to follow along. So, how can you use this post? Look through prototypes that interest you.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to make a structure in which clicking a heading expands a content area beneath it. Open a new RP file and double-click Page 1 in the Pages pane to open it on the canvas. Set the box's height to 50 with the H field in the Style pane or the style toolbar.
Dynamic Panels make it easy to access lots of content within the same section of a screen, by dividing it content up between different panels. Content placed in a specific panel will appear depending on how the user interacts with the prototype. Here are five examples of how to use Dynamic Panels in your prototypes.