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The risk of removing the sign up is potential user hesitation/confusion. If users only see "Sign in" -- they might think, "But I never created an account! Where do I sign up?!" That said, I think it would be really interesting to do think-aloud usability testing and see how many people actually have an issue with only seeing a "sign in". My gut feeling is ...


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When you sign up with facebook, you're essentially just creating a profile on the local site (Airbnb in this case) using data from your facebook profile. So something like name, avatar, and location. When you sign in with facebook you're authenticating yourself using facebook. Although the two are related, they are essentially different actions, and so in ...


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To answer your first question, I don't think it's necessary to allow users to edit statuses/tweets for FB and Twitter. But, that does depend on what your app is trying to achieve. As another suggestion, why not make it all the same thing? In other words, create one text area where a user can input a caption to their photo/video. Whatever they put in that ...


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There are a few things going on here in your examples. The Windows 8 login absolutely encourages you to use a Microsoft account, yes. And, yes, the option to login without one is not prominent. But calling it "willfully buried" is a stretch — it's written in plain text on a page with very few other options or actions. There are lots of UX benefits to ...


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This is very well documented and there are bodies that deal directly with consumer protection but in (my opinion) they are yet to catch up with reality! There is of course an underlying ethical question here : Below is a quote from "evil by design": Design is about persuasion. Marketers first codified many of these persuasive behaviors in the ...



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