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The text is much too wordy. And why "We're not sure if this is the correct size?" It sounds like something is going wrong. I would keep it simple, like Select unit of model: The switch only shows the selected option, making it unclear what you are switching it to if you flip it. You sort of have to figure this out from the rest of the dialog. I would ...


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I don't see any common use case to show both the inches and millimeters at the same time, while showing them at the same time may cause confusion. Visuals such as colour aside, I would keep the switch and the question, but only show the "Size in inches" if the switch shows inches, and similarly for millimeters. As an aside, I would use "inches" not "IN" on ...


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Why not look at it from another POV. Why do we need a checkbox "Keep me signed in" at the first place? It does nothing more than just toggle a setting right? Why not add 2 confirmation buttons? One with the text "Login and never ask again" and one with "Login and please nag me again next time" (maybe do something on the labels??) Clicking the first button ...


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From a usability POV I definitely agree that there should be a remember me function within the logged in section of the web site. It seems logical that a user would decide they want remembering after they have seen a site is worthwhile rather than before they have ever logged in for the first time. From a security POV this idea falls down though; too easy ...


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On a login page, what is the order for most important fields for all the users? (Irrespective of whether they want to stay logged in or not) I think most of us would have it this way: Username/email Password Login button Keep me logged in option Now going by this order, it won't make a good UX (or even pratically possible) to have a 'Keep me logged in' ...



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