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comment How should I visually represent multiple three-state flags?
@Urbycoz I'm not sure your statement that it would be much quicker is correct. I see no evidence for that.
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comment Are confirmation messages for visible changes necessary?
Excellent. This really captures the types of decisions you need to make
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comment Can placing dark and light elements or blocks next to each other in a UI lead to problems in visual perception?
Can you see a scenario where the dark area draws attention first?
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comment Can placing dark and light elements or blocks next to each other in a UI lead to problems in visual perception?
On the contrary, I think that is certainly one of the effects that needs to be considered
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comment Can placing dark and light elements or blocks next to each other in a UI lead to problems in visual perception?
The 'signal element' will not be the same and that is part of the point. Sometimes it might be data that summarises a category and can be used to navigate, other times it will be a chart, other times it might be a list of tickets or clients.
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accepted How can I keep up-to-date with the latest thinking about designing complex, rich applications?
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