How to use multiple criteria for -find

I have a folder where my untagged music is where I want to launch a script to delete all the .png and .jpg except those beginning by the word ‘cover’. Here’s what I tried:

find . -name '*.jpg' -or -name '*.png' -not - -name 'cover.*' 
find . (-name '*.jpg' -or -name '*.png'\) -not - -name '*.png' 

And other variation of the two, none worked. (I didn’t included the -delete at the end on purpose)

Move Item from Drop Off Library to Destination Library and create folder structure in Destination Library based on certain criteria

The project i started with SharePoint from my previous question has moved to the second stage. The documents added to our Drop Off Library, after I manually run the workflow to strip the document name to its respective columns, will need another workflow to move the items from the Drop Off library to a destination library called “Employee Files” in the format below enter image description here

The Drop Off Library list has the following fields enter image description here

The workflow has to create a Root folder for example A (based on the last name index on Drop Off), then create sub-folder (a.) with last name, first name (emp ID) and sub-folder within (a.) based on the HR Employee File Category. I am able to come up with creating a folder in Employee Files library based on Last Name Index, or move just the document from Drop Off to Employee Files, but have no idea how to do all the necessary actions i.e create the complex sub folder structure, move to Employee Files and copy the document (there is an attached pdf before Name)inside one of these folders based on the HR category and the Payroll folder. Is the workflow in SP Designer 2013 doable?

Thanks again for all your help!

Sam

Name for design pattern used in complex or boolean search criteria

I am looking to see if there is a term that describes this type of design pattern or if there are well known examples of its implementation.

This is an extension of the design pattern where a search term is entered into an input field and becomes a filter/criteria for a search query (e.g. e-commerce website) or tagging of an entity (e.g. UXSE question).

In the diagram below, there are two input fields from which a user can select a combination of the values provided in each list (and it might have some logic embedded depending on the value selected). The values are then combined and presented as a lozenge/badge/chip UI element that can be selected and deleted.

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Are there examples of this type of design pattern used anywhere? And is there a name that is commonly associated with it?

Based on what criteria do you add/not add icons to labels within a toolbar?

Some toolbars have icons for each label, and some toolbars do not have icons for any label. There is enough discussion about that.

However, some toolbars will attach icons to label selectively, and on that I cannot find any type of discussion. Here is an example from Intellij:

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The leftmost toolbar attaches only few labels with icons, while the rightmost toolbar almost attaches all the labels with icons.

The majority of the discussion is about whether to rely only on icons, only on labels, or combine them. There is no discussion or reasearch about selective use of icons in the same toolbar.

While it could be argued that “save all”, “print” and “open” are “iconified” due to these actions being ubiquitous with easily relateable visualizations, “project structure” does not satisfy that idea. There are also many other features like “export” and “import” with easy visualizations that can be iconified.

I wonder if there is a practice that guides when to add an icon to a text label, and the extent to which one could add iconfs to labels before there is clutter (if there is such a limitation).

Button bar: criteria and position

Me and my team are (re)thinking some UI details of our main application.

It’s a “traditional” desktop application for the Windows platform. It’s a business targeted application, and our customers are accountants, professionals, lawyers and (overall) their employees.

Currently we have a button bar placed at the bottom of each window. The main problem about it, it’s that sometimes there are too many buttons and there is no way to emphatize the most important actions from the less ones.

So we decided to split the button bar in two, getting the “action buttons” (buttons about actions who “do something with the items”) apart from the “navigation buttons” (buttons which call actions that end closing the window), where:

  • Action buttons are placed on the bottom left of the windows: New Item, Details, Print, Delete
  • Navigation buttons are placed at the very bottom right of the windows: Close, Back

  • Is it a good idea?

  • It would be clear to the final users the criteria?

I have prepared 2 different images:

Updated – loaded on my Dropbox account:

Before:

Before

After:

After

Thank you

Button bar: criteria and position

Me and my team are (re)thinking some UI details of our main application.

It’s a “traditional” desktop application for the Windows platform. It’s a business targeted application, and our customers are accountants, professionals, lawyers and (overall) their employees.

Currently we have a button bar placed at the bottom of each window. The main problem about it, it’s that sometimes there are too many buttons and there is no way to emphatize the most important actions from the less ones.

So we decided to split the button bar in two, getting the “action buttons” (buttons about actions who “do something with the items”) apart from the “navigation buttons” (buttons which call actions that end closing the window), where:

  • Action buttons are placed on the bottom left of the windows: New Item, Details, Print, Delete
  • Navigation buttons are placed at the very bottom right of the windows: Close, Back

  • Is it a good idea?

  • It would be clear to the final users the criteria?

I have prepared 2 different images:

Updated – loaded on my Dropbox account:

Before:

Before

After:

After

Thank you

Criteria for what qualifies as a heuristic violation?

I’ve been conducting a heuristic evaluation on a web application with roughly 15 evaluators, all of whom are single experts (i.e. familiar with the application but not usability experts). We’re using NN/g’s 10 heuristics.

In short, some of the violations they’ve reported are hard to categorize as a violation.

As an example, if an evaluator says that the ‘X’ icon inside a search input doesn’t clear a user’s inputted string, is that a violation?

Arguably, it could fall under:

  1. Heuristic 1 – Visibility of system status: for not providing feedback by clearing the input’s string
  2. Heuristic 2 – Match between system and the real world: for not following the convention that most users expect when clearing an input
  3. Heuristic 4 – Consistency and standards: for simply not following other standards elsewhere in the app where the ‘X’ icon does clear an input’s value.

I’m inclined to categorize these types of issues as mistakes in not adhering to acceptance criteria or poor testing. Otherwise, my concern is that introducing these kinds of submissions turns the heuristic evaluation into a bug list as opposed to an evaluation of an app’s user experience.

What are your thoughts? Does anyone know of articles where NN/g talks about what criteria makes a usability issue a heuristic violation?

Save As Template button, if application criteria changes, should the changes also be saved on Save As Template click?

Usability Issue I am running into with team:

When in the middle of an application, there is a Save as Template button that, when clicked, opens a modal to name the template, then once template is saved, returns you back to the previous application you were working on, not the one you just created.

My question is, if you change the criteria in Step 1 without hitting the Save button below on that page, and click “Save as Template”, should the edited areas be saved with that template creation? Or should there be a modal telling the User they need to save first? Do you see the button being named incorrectly?

example
(source: bakerdesign.ca)

How to create a formula in Google Sheets that can sum specific cells based on multiple criteria

I am wanting to create a formula that will look at a dozen different cells and sum to the total value of those cells but some cells will not be numbers and I want to exclude those cells in the sum.

For example:

D2=10
H2=IF(B1="BYO","Incl.",5)
M2=IF(A1="standard","Incl.",15)

then I want to have Z2=SUM(D2+H2+M2) but sometimes the values will be numbers other times they will be text.

I was playing around using IFS and trying to use syntax like <> “Incl.” but I couldn’t figure out how to make it work with different cells that may or may not be numeric.

Agile User Stories and acceptance criteria

I am writing some agile user stories and acceptance stories for the first time, and was hoping for some feedback from an experienced product manager or developer.

I only need to capture the main points in the acceptance criteria.

User Story

AS A registered jobseeker, I WANT TO create and edit my CV on the user interface on my mobile device SO THAT employers and recruiters can view my career summary and contact details

Acceptance Criteria

  1. The user must sign into a registered account to create a CV

  2. The user cannot save a CV unless all the mandatory fields on the form are complete

  3. The user should be able to edit and delete the form at any time

  4. Data from the saved form is stored in the CV database

  5. Only registered Recruiters and Employers can view the users CV and contact details

  6. The jobseekers user account is linked and synchronised on both mobile and desktop versions

Does this acceptance criteria sounds suitable for the given user story? Is there any way they can be more focused, and if so how?