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I would recommend watching the following video (from 1991!) which was seminal to the current design of the iOS toggle for instance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFWbdxicvK0 And corresponding paper: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=143079 Here are the toggles they compared: And the results in preference:
In the UK, we used to give the cash before the card about 20 years ago (IIRC) and I have distinct memories of people being called back to ATM's by the next user because they had forgotten their card as something that happened on more than a few occasions when I was present. This is because the cash is the thing the user was looking to get, so is the entire ...
There's already 18 answers here so this might be late to the party, but it makes sense to use checkboxes in such situations. Some examples: And when selected: This is similar to the "dim / lit" approach that Facebook's "Like" uses, but is combined with a checkbox for better visibility. In any case, the key point is to use only one word (or set of ...
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