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Pagination #77

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govuk-design-system opened this Issue Jan 15, 2018 · 7 comments

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govuk-design-system commented Jan 15, 2018

What

Help users navigate through multiple pages. Typically used for pages of search results.

Why

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@govuk-design-system govuk-design-system created this issue from a note in GOV.UK Design System Community Backlog (Agreed) Jan 15, 2018

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joelanman commented Feb 22, 2018

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36degrees commented Aug 22, 2018

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gazaston commented Sep 25, 2018

Pagination from blog.gov.uk:

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leekowalkowski-hmrc commented Oct 17, 2018

We need to make sure pagination links are big enough for touch screens, I think all the examples shared are not.

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glenjamin commented Oct 19, 2018

Are there scenarios where "jump to page N" is actually desirable to a user?

In practice I can see why next/previous is useful in a long list, but jumping to a numbered page is probably always going to be worse than providing the user a way to filter down the results to something manageable.

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36degrees commented Oct 19, 2018

One scenario I can think of is a user 'binary searching' a relatively small number of sorted results. For example, with an imagined alphabetical result set spanning 10 pages, if a user is looking for something beginning with 'N' they might jump to page 5 (guessing, based on the position of n in the alphabet) and then navigate from there to find the result they're looking for, which would arguably be a better experience than having to page through one page at a time.

I'd agree that providing a search or filtering interface would be preferred, but might not always be possible?

EDIT: Filtering and searching might be the sort of thing that would get dropped from an 'MVP', in which case providing the ability to quickly move through a result set as described above might be an easy short-term solution.

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Pagination #13

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mgilgar commented Nov 29, 2018

I think 90% of the times it should be enough to provide only the first X results without pagination and give the option to filter or seach. Less complicated for the user and for the developer.

Anyway, I can see the needs of the other options for some scenarios. I think it would be great if govuk can develop patterns for all of them.

Also, please specify what the url should look like.

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