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  1. User Experience Design
  2. UX-435

UX: Inventory. Hierarchical result list - with more data



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    • Status: Open (View Workflow)
    • P3
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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      Purpose: For the Inventory app, library staff want to see instance > holdings > item data as the out put of a given search wether the search is in the Instance, Holdings, or Item segment. The new hierarchical display will be the default display which accommodate the need for resource access, resource management, and metadata management daily work task.

      The simple MCL display which only displays data from the instance record might be deprecated, or kept as a view, some catalogers might use, in some cases. TBD with the working group

      Besides refinement of Filip's redesign, then we need to add more detailed information into the display, e.g.

      1. Instance HRID, Holdings HRID, Item HRID
      2. Instance resource type
      3. Instance format
      4. Instance edition
      5. Instance publication date (=year)
      6. Item call number

      Search for an instance record:

      Search for a holdings record

      Search for an item record

      A couple of outstanding UX/UI issues, which we'd need to find a solution for:

      1. sorting of the results in the result list, e.g. by Index title, the publication date, etc.
      2. the functionality of the navigation bar, in the top of the third pane, and what data to display
      Holdings Item

      More details: See UX live demo: https://ux.folio.org/prototype/en/inventory

      Link to the UI working groups wiki-page: https://wiki.folio.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=62555575

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                charlotte Charlotte Whitt
                charlotte Charlotte Whitt
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