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Wizards are very good ui patterns for :- 1) collecting info from user in a sequential (as well as non sequential manner) like a hotel/flight booking 2) Grouping of related input in each step like:- Product customization Name, shipping address in one step, Payment details in next step Summary and confirmation in final step. 3) It provides user ...


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Suggestion #5 sort of defeats the question. If it's possible to delete "daughter" (don't know if this is proper lingo) Bs along with "parent" A, why not always suggest that? On the confirmation dialog, alert that the current action will result in multiple entities (A and Bs) being deleted (list daughter Bs if possible) and confirm to delete the entire ...


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The first thing I'd recommend is to divide the inputs into digestible chunks. Make sure you're not presenting all of the open fields on one form. Bring the user's focus to one section at a time. For example, use gentle highlights or outlines on the first section, and disable or even hide the next sections. The second things I'd recommend is to acknowledge ...


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This is one of my pet peeves. The mental state of a user when unsubscribing is full of frustration and this is only exaggerated when receiving that confirmation email. However, I do see the need to have some sort of record for unsubscribing if the company is dubious and continues to send unsolicited emails. For me the best option would be the ...


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Users unsubscribe because they don't want to hear from you anymore. Typically, in a family you have people who click on every button available, then complain that their mailbox is full of spam, and then the only computer literate person gets the thankful task of unsubscribing all these newsletters. At that point, they usually don't unsubscribe one (yours) ...


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Yes there is a noticable difference. The user should Confirm they want to make the change but Verify that the email they entered is correct. Verify : to ascertain the truth or correctness of, as by examination, research, or comparison Source: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/verify Confirm : to acknowledge with definite assurance Source: ...


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From English.Stackexchange: http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/5789/whats-the-difference-between-to-confirm-and-to-verify Verification requires external evidence. Confirmation requires a re-issuance of a believed statement. To use your example: 'Confirm user account' is asking the user from their perspective. 'Would you like to do this?'. ...



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