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One thing nobody's mentioned so far: Our experiences with non-animated user interfaces are degenerate. We old-timers are the weird ones. The real world is "animated", everything constantly gives feedback by moving, and our minds were created to take advantage of that. As we barely had the CPU cycles to reflect changes the user made in real-time in the past, ...


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I think you are mixing user interface and technical implementation in your design. This leads to more complex interface and hence cognitive load. You could deliver more simple mental model to users: you can change everything (draft) until you approve it (final solution). This model is quite familiar to users: they face it when writing email or creating docs ...


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Logically it is a good idea to put the button below the form because that is how people fill out the info - from top to bottom. Then using the button to conclude the task by saving. Does ADD a player SAVE the player? Labeling and form elements need to be very clear about what they do. Are you Adding a player or Enrolling them? I recommend sticking to one ...


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In most cases one cannot integrate all administration controls with end-user view. Things which definitely must have their own view to be managed are actions and settings respecting whole site. We can however integrate actions and settings respecting objects (eg. articles) on their end-user "read-only" view. Object view Generally such integration is ...


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Recommend option 1. Not all users will pay attention and not all users will appreciate a dialog box appearing and asking for permissions that they may not want. A warning beforehand (more appropriately, an opening dialog) is enabling to users. It enables them to know all of the information prior to making a decision. It also enables them to say yes or no to ...


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I'm always against asking things double, which -in my opinion- provides a bad UX. I would go with option 2 since it costs the user less clicks. It could also be confusing for people that don't understand why you need permission from the browser: They clicked yes on your website and need to click yes again on the browser, that doesn't make sense to them I ...



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