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All of your examples are verbs: sign, register, donate, be Regarding click-rates; any answer given will be results for a different user base. The only way to truly know what is more successful for your use case would be to do A/B testing with your users, and study the metrics/measures related to your site. Perhaps you could use general statistics if it ...


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Be a voter > Vote now Christopher Bryan and Gregory Walton (2011) conducted a study for understanding if using a noun or verb statement have an influence on user motivation. According to the results of their study, participants in noun group expressed significantly more interest, 62.5%, in registering vote than participants in the verb group, 38.9%. ...


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To answer your specific question: no, it's not extremely technical, just somehow technical. The use of this will strictly depend on your target and testing, nothing else. If this is intended for novices, then I can confirm based on our own testing that the concepts padding and margin are unknown or confusing, sometimes mixed between each other. If you ...


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A picture is worth a thousand words. How about illustrating what each of those items are and allow the user to adjust the numbers on the diagram? As they adjust that, also update the sizing on their actual UI so they can visualize how their changes are affecting the layout? Example taken from Google Chrome inspector.


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In an ideal world, you'd be able to knock down a wall to allow access to your office from this door - as it's technically your unit number. But, as that's not ideal, you've got to work with what you've got! Some considerations about your current label: Which direction does the arrow point? Does it point directly to the other door? Some people could ...



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