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You can add an "Action" image in the table view cell. That can make users understand that will be a Share Extension. This is an example from Reeder.


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Keyword: Intentionality Always let the users express their intentions. In any case, as an UX designer, it's your work to define the possible avenues the user may take. In this case, you can allow this avenue or block it. If you block this path, then the continue anyways message shouldn't exist at all. Instead, simply explain in a very clear way why they ...


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What is the basis for your restriction? Just think ahead a few months, and the resolution on a good mobile will match the resolution of a bad desktop. Or do you need to have the user seated because your site has really bad news - just kidding. If you say, "Ooops, we didn't expect you to use this feature on a mobile, please excuse bad layout", that'll ...


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I highly recommend not blocking the user from using the site because it's not "optimized". Users will abandon the site in large amounts if you gate them in such a way. It's better to allow them to go to the page and include an information banner or some other noninvasive component than to gate them. That way the user can decide if the page is worthy of their ...


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as per my experience you don't need to repeat the navigation bar links in footer if there is no additional information or category you want to display then. Then also if you have to keep it there then just drop the contact information with address, phone,email i.e. kinda contact form in footer. For small website footer is not the important but what your ...


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alt The a element can’t have an alt attribute. alt is for providing alternative text for an image that can’t be loaded/perceived, so it wouldn’t make sense to use it for a hyperlink. Attributes for a that can be relevant for accessibility (Leaving technical things like using the correct dir, or adjusting tabindex if needed, aside.) title For title, ...


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No, alts tags are invalid attributes on <a> tags (i.e. hyperlinks). W3 <a> tag specification : Global attributes href target download rel hreflang type and under "W3 Global Attributes" you get: accesskey class contenteditable dir hidden id lang spellcheck style tabindex title ...


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There are two reasons why some websites make the logout button difficult to find: Ignorance - for example designed by an engineer who doesn't know about user experience. Deliberate - for example this is dark ux pattern, deliberately designed to confuse because it benefits the company in some way. However in the situation you describe this does not sound ...



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