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You need to add request button explicitly. Purpose People around the world are used to like buttons , not just from Facebook but in many other websites. Like buttons as world knows it has a different purpose. Using a like button to request an item that is not available is not something that user will expect. It is far from obvious. On the other hand you ...


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Modcloth.com has a feature where if an item sells out, they add a little button below the item that says "I Want It!" That way, they can gauge the demand for an item, and restock if it's high. They also have an option to add your email address, so you can be notified once it's back in stock. I think you're worried that simply using "Request" is too bland, ...


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It's intentional, grid-breaking design Grid-breaking is a common design technique used to draw attention to important objects on a page. By intentionally misaligning visual content to the page's natural grid lines, a designer can draw attention to a key piece of content on a page because the user's eye will naturally be drawn to that content. The ...


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The overlapping is there to show the hierarchy between the two photos. The profile image is the more important one and the cover is an additional info that you can show to the user. Think of an example where those 2 photos were ordered differently, for example the cover photo first and beneath it the profile image. Your eyes will look first at the bigger ...


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Treat a transition from federated login to mail and password the way you would treat a self-service password reset. Send a message to the address with a one-time link to create a password. Then when the user follows the link, invalidate it and open the change password form.



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