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Users are generally very bad at dealing with instructions (unless they have to) so when you have to supply users with instructions you need to provide as much context as possible and link this to specific tasks with adequate feedback. This being said. there are few things you could do for the short and medium term to manage the problem: A- create a ...


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Your two suggestions work: Restore Activate Other options are Undelete Undo - However I'd probably go with Reactivate Restore works well for some uses, activate implies it's the first time, but reactivate seems to fit your needs better I'd echo the comments, though, that you need to match your words to what is actually happening, some possible ...


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This is one of the most common design patterns. A lot of research has gone into delete confirmations, so it's impossible to cover all the variants in one answer: the best solution for you will depend on the degree of confirmation, warning, speed, and likely user intent. That said, here's one approach which represents the 'state of the art' in delete ...


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I had a similar challenge to implement a switch, which has same functionality as a "Are you sure?" dialog. We implemented a switch, which slided its surface to the left to uncover the real action button ("Destroy" in your case). One very important thing we found out is, to slide the cover so that it is still bigger than the half of the whole button. So most ...


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I don't necessarily see an issue with a page title being a verb phrase, if it accurately describes what's happening. The example given in the question ("Map Streams") seems perfectly valid to me. That said, I can think of other examples where it would not be logical for the page title to match the referring call-to-action. If I press a "Go to checkout" ...



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