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Even if there was no usability relevance in it, the external on/off WiFi button falls in the realm of psychological comfort and still contributes to improving the user experience. No matter how abstract technology gets, people will always be tactile beings. We need to touch and feel the surroundings, so that they become real in our mind. Especially with ...


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As a general rule, users should be able to make changes "in context". This also makes clear what setting is being configured. The danger with this approach is adding too many elements to the interface. Most applications group settings, so this is a rather established convention. However, placing settings next to their respective elements is growing in ...



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