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Mar
7
comment How do you give your user options without overloading them?
@corsiKa Thanks. I definitely agree with the "Skip" suggestions below as a replacement for "No", then. As has been said on this site before "Yes" and "No" are often not good button names.
Mar
7
comment How do you give your user options without overloading them?
A) How is "No" different from "Cancel"? B) I'd prefer that dialog to replace the "Overwrite?" question with a "What do you want to do?", and then replace "Yes" with "Overwrite" and get rid of "No" altogether.
May
4
comment Why should we ask the password twice during registration?
@Tha Riddla If users accidentally have CAPS LOCK on, having them type the password twice most likely won't help…
Jun
15
comment What is the impact of spelling mistakes for users?
I'd also recommend doing a grammar check, although it's more painful. You'll probably want to do a few of them with a native speaker nearby to let you know which grammar "mistakes" can regularly be ignored (e.g., "passive voice").
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15
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Jun
15
comment What is the impact of spelling mistakes for users?
@abdul wakeel: absolutely, and although they sometimes make me cringe, there's a difference when there's one spelling/grammar mistake per thousand words and when there's one spelling/grammar mistake per ten words.