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The questions being asked are yes/no questions. The appropriate UI control to use in a yes/no aka Boolean configuration setting or question would be a checkbox. [x] List this property publicly. [x] Show this property on my home page. Both (a) and (b) choices are potentially confusing to a user and should not be framed using a 'radio' UI control at all. ...


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Neither. Settings are different from questions. This may seem obvious, but it drives a difference in UX design. Yes and No may be reasonable answers to a question: Are you a muggle? Yes / No However, in your case you are really asking the user to make a setting. For settings, don't make the user think too much: Describe what the radio button does ...


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Based on the example question provided here are a couple considerations that may help you make a decision. Scaling Example A removes the bulk of the question from the answer choices and puts it above them, this makes question have less width but more height. So if you intend to make this application scale to mobile devices this would be preferable as it ...


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As you mentioned if the option B doesn't include the question I would go with A) because the question is simply enough to admit a Yes/No answer, plus the explanation next to the option is the expected and not something that really needs to be cleared before the user accept, the question already states the final consequence. Also you could use an alternative ...


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You could convert the radio select into a check box and provide a tool tip with additional information about the option (i.e. public = visible on homepage)


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Is the user required to enter every field for every question? If not, consider using progressive disclosure to make the initial cognitive load on the user a little lighter. For instance, if the initial state of your screen was just a list of questions and text-entry boxes for comments, it would make the task very clear to the user. As the user decides to ...



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