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I understand you're just showing a typical example here, but I think a small adjustment to your example would make it much more palatable to you: Stop displaying the number of remaining pages. Just show the number used, and tell them if they're close to the cutoff. Saying they have however many remaining is framing it as a kind of personal, pre-allocated ...


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In an ideal world, you'd be able to knock down a wall to allow access to your office from this door - as it's technically your unit number. But, as that's not ideal, you've got to work with what you've got! Some considerations about your current label: Which direction does the arrow point? Does it point directly to the other door? Some people could ...


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You’re looking for a solution without a proper description of the problem. Apparently the default water temperature pouring from the faucet is too hot or too cold for some people in some situations. Can it be either or is the temperature off in just one direction? Does the default temperature vary throughout the day or year or some other factors? Which ...


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A very interesting question, and I like thinking about these things because the two-dimension-ness of most UI design questions don't trigger enough areas of the brain for creative thinking! I know this is probably the more 'expensive' of the solutions, but I think what you should be doing is separating the controls from the indicators, which is a common ...



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