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Standard Menu UI's #464
UI specifications for standard menu designs, are needed, so that designers and developers can implement consistent menu solutions in our applications.
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2. If this enhancement or new pattern was made for an application, specify which one.
Capturing current implementations of menus and establishing standards for them.
3. PatternFly Menu Standards
4. Use Cases + Requirements
Designers and developers utilize and implement menus in various ways throughout our applications. Without some guidance with standards and recommendations of use, for various menus, designers and developers are left to create and implement menus on their own, and this can create inconsistent use of menus.
Existing PatternFly Components:
6. Design Concepts
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9. Pattern Name + Location
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Hi all! I'm attaching the existing information I collected around the masthead user dropdown, and there's a few things to be aware of based on conversation with @Mgranfie:
I've done some additional research, to better understand the contexts within which dropdown menu/lists are likely to appear, as well as other types of menus. (dropdown lists and dropdown menus seem to be used interchangeably, and it is unclear if context or content matters)
Overall, it seems like menus are typically are used for navigation (including search) and filtering of data. Dropdown menus seem to be a subset of these, most often used for selection.
Two links that I have found useful:
My next step is to gather examples of how people are currently using menus and dropdowns in Patternfly within and outside of Redhat.