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This is interesting. Am I correct in assuming that if 12 items are displayed that all 12 are above the fold? (Or at least the title and part of the picture of the last row are above the fold?) Is this for an internal site or a B2B in which there is a limited amount of vendors and product owners have a clear understanding (or think that they have a clear ...


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Both approaches result uncomfortable. Between the two I would choose the simple "No" one. (btw, I'm a native Spanish speaker). Why? Because if I just want to select "No" and for some reason didn't read the other button, when I see the button with the "No/No" I would tend to check if I'm missing something with the 2nd "No". If there's just 1 "No" or I want ...


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Obviously, they aren't consistent because as pointed out, the rest of the text isn't translated. I imagine to a Spanish speaking person, the Si/No buttons only offer definitive answers to a question they don't understand... involving their money! That is a bad user experience compared to English speaking folks with an eye for interface design that evokes a ...


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As a Canadian, I've grown accustomed to seeing things twice on buttons, documents - everywhere - because we have two official languages. It's so pervasive that I don't see it as redundant, though from a design perspective it clearly is. However, from a technical and programming perspective what your seeing may have more to do with translation strings than ...



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