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Great question! The save button definitely feels redundant. Many websites and apps take the approach of applying user action without confirmation but providing an undo option. For eg: Deleting a file on Google drive, will not ask for a confirmation. But it will give the user a notification that the file has been deleted along with an option to undo the ...


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Think in terms of process and action flows. What you're doing is an edition action, let's say the main action. Inside it, you have a subset of actions, in this particular case you have these: search add delete Each one is a subset of the main action, and each one stands on its own. However, the main action remains "open" since the user didn't save or ...


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Saying "click here" may be redundant if the intended audience knows how to interact with links, although if the intended audience doesn't know how to interact with the internet (new users, older users, etc.). While this particular link is clear ("Click here to verify your account"), if the link had only been "Click here" then it could fall foul of WCAG ...


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@Izhaki has added an excellent, concise answer. Just to add my two cents. I feel we are transitioning from a PC based model to a touch based model. We are far from reaching there if we ever will be. So the metaphors will also change gradually when number of touch based devices significantly increase in comparison. I am only talking about the intended ...


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Each and every sentence in the web once designed for the computers with a clickable interface, we are using the same even today to make the user understand easily as they used to it. Nowadays touch devices are ruling the entire internet, to meet the requirements designers should start considering the mobile users much and instead of having Click here ...


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This is actually quite a verbose copy and it violates a couple of principles: Keep text short and concise Front-load actions There is generally no need to tell users to 'click to' if it's clear from the interface that something is clickable (button or link). Just imagine if any button or link on this page would start with 'click here to...'. A copy like ...



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