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Here is what I would do. And to make tabs visible, I would try not to stretch tabs making them equal to the width of video container. I would use them the way they are shown.


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You don't have to use visual cues to make this apparent to the user before things happen. Users expect it's either one or the other. What you need to do when one channel is playing and the other channel is requested to play is to pause the other channel and represent the paused state with a play image: Don't close the video screen and don't make it ...


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I don't know of any research regarding help videos, but here's a couple of questions to consider: Is 30 seconds enough to demonstrate the usage of your application? Do you also need to explain key concepts in the short video? Can the user effectively repeat these actions? Video tutorials may not work well for more complex applications (e.g. imagine ...


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There are plenty of existing studies on the effectiveness of videos, and I'd rather not re-Google them just to cite sources. To summarize those findings on video: 1) It should be there, 2) It shouldn't be the only option. I imagine that if you are trying to sell something, this particular video should focus on features, and more importantly benefits to ...



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