Imagine a web application that displays table data with filters in the sidebar, but it does not have a search field. Usually, in search areas, users can exclude results (for example, do not display X). How can a user interface perform the same task, that is, do not display the results, but do it without having a search field – all clickable
Here's how Google does it with a search box:
Here are 2 random ideas that I've had, have you ever seen a research model like this before?
1) Option A
The checkboxes can be clicked 3 times and can have 3 different states (Neural, Matching and Don & # 39; t Match)
Personally, I think it's weird, but also pretty cool.
2) option B
Users can either click the green arrow to match OR the red checkbox to not match OR they may deselect both.
Personally, I think it's a better approach, but it takes horizontal space in the user interface.
Let me know what you think!