As an Solution developer/End User Experience Nerd
I want to have a wider range of options on what happens when I (for instance) hover over elements on the webb.
So That I can tailor the end user experience further. For instance, I would like to be able better indicate which elements can be clicked or which specific thing the end user is hover over right now without having to add a layer of css which I need to maintain separately or place link-buttons on top of things to have this behaviour. Sometimes, I would like to be able to change (or rather, show) text on something only if I hover over that thing.
That examples above are mostly related to "hover" should be understood in the context of me working with a specific problem rigth now, but there may well be more things which would be equally beneficial.
Benefits Better able to support end users, signal to them what can and cannot be done and to contextualise their user experience.
- More options under "on the web" context menu, related to the behaviour of the element, such as "what happens when I hover" (change text colour/transparancy, element colour, font and font options, ...).
- Move all aspects of "webb behaviour" to one spot (so I do not have to know that when I am working with "Link buttons" I have to go to "Panel" and "Other" (I assume, I have the swedish word here) and do a bunch of webb behaviour things there.
Customer / Originator LFV
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