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This is a technical option, but if you have the means it's worth investigating: Define a similarity metric between answers. You can use simple metrics, like cosine similarity (ie. basic word frequencies), or go more complex. You can enrich the metric by using synonym dictionaries, tf-idf, and edit distance techniques. Apply a clustering algorithm ...


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Word clouds are completely useless. Two patterns here (making a bunch of assumptions about your needs) might be: Perform semantic analysis on the answers to strip away filler words (and possibly group together phrases), and then display words by frequency in a simple bar chart. Bar charts are one of the easiest-to-understand visualizations of categorical ...


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From what I understand, you want to put a legal notice that only relates to the "add account" action. A simple fix would be to add more visual separation with a line or different background colors for these two related but different sections.


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I would limit the wizard's situational awareness assistance to a progress bar or "steps completed" checklist on a sidebar, and provide the user with a summary of their entries at the end. I would also provide them with visible ways back and forth within the wizard. I would think putting the user's entries up on the screen would likely cause distraction and ...


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Yes and No. This begs the question: Why would one need to have persisting information from one screen to another in the wizard in the first place? Here are some examples that show both cases. Tax Applications and Long Wizards Tax Applications such as Quicktax forces the user to go through a number of wizards but only persists the absolutely necessary ...


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Users should never have to remember information from one screen to another (ux-discovery). Users should also always have feedback that makes them aware of their current status (in this case the progress they have made through the wizard) (ux-feedback). I would say that providing a little summary panel / column at the left side of the wizard is good practice ...



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