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Your issue seems to be about helping users really pay attention; the problem underneath is called information pollution.

Excessive word count and worthless details are making it harder for people to extract useful information. The more you say, the more people tune out your message.

To tackle this, you have several options:

  • Engage in an usual task: for instance when you want to remove a repository on github, you are forced to write down the name. It's an effective way to make sure the action is targeted on the right item.

List item

  • High contrast: break design consistency using more negative space, a red color and strong border.

Ticking a box might work, but I suspect more and more users are ticking them without paying attention.

You may find more answers herehere as the first answer is partially considering your case.

Some further reading:

Your issue seems to be about helping users really pay attention; the problem underneath is called information pollution.

Excessive word count and worthless details are making it harder for people to extract useful information. The more you say, the more people tune out your message.

To tackle this, you have several options:

  • Engage in an usual task: for instance when you want to remove a repository on github, you are forced to write down the name. It's an effective way to make sure the action is targeted on the right item.

List item

  • High contrast: break design consistency using more negative space, a red color and strong border.

Ticking a box might work, but I suspect more and more users are ticking them without paying attention.

You may find more answers here as the first answer is partially considering your case.

Some further reading:

Your issue seems to be about helping users really pay attention; the problem underneath is called information pollution.

Excessive word count and worthless details are making it harder for people to extract useful information. The more you say, the more people tune out your message.

To tackle this, you have several options:

  • Engage in an usual task: for instance when you want to remove a repository on github, you are forced to write down the name. It's an effective way to make sure the action is targeted on the right item.

List item

  • High contrast: break design consistency using more negative space, a red color and strong border.

Ticking a box might work, but I suspect more and more users are ticking them without paying attention.

You may find more answers here as the first answer is partially considering your case.

Some further reading:

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Your issue seems to be about helping users really payingpay attention; the problem underneath is called information pollution.

Excessive word count and worthless details are making it harder for people to extract useful information. The more you say, the more people tune out your message.

To tackle this, you have several options:

  • Engage in an usual task: for instance when you want to remove a repository on github, you are forced to write down the name. It's an effective way to make sure the action is targettargeted on the right item.

List item

  • High contrast,: break design consistency withusing more negative space, a red color and strong border.

Ticking a box might work, but I suspect more and more users are ticking them by reflex on such occasionwithout paying attention.

You may find some more answers here as the first answer is partially considering your case.

Some further reading:

Your issue seems to be about helping users really paying attention; the problem underneath is called information pollution.

Excessive word count and worthless details are making it harder for people to extract useful information. The more you say, the more people tune out your message.

To tackle this, you have several options:

  • Engage in an usual task: for instance when you want to remove a repository on github, you are forced to write down the name. It's an effective way to make sure the action is target on the right item.

List item

  • High contrast, break design consistency with more negative space, a red color and strong border.

Ticking a box might work, but I suspect more and more users are ticking them by reflex on such occasion.

You may find some more answers here as the first answer is partially considering your case.

Some further reading:

Your issue seems to be about helping users really pay attention; the problem underneath is called information pollution.

Excessive word count and worthless details are making it harder for people to extract useful information. The more you say, the more people tune out your message.

To tackle this, you have several options:

  • Engage in an usual task: for instance when you want to remove a repository on github, you are forced to write down the name. It's an effective way to make sure the action is targeted on the right item.

List item

  • High contrast: break design consistency using more negative space, a red color and strong border.

Ticking a box might work, but I suspect more and more users are ticking them without paying attention.

You may find more answers here as the first answer is partially considering your case.

Some further reading:

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Your issue seems to be about helping users really paying attention; the problem underneath is called information pollution.

Excessive word count and worthless details are making it harder for people to extract useful information. The more you say, the more people tune out your message.

To tackle this, you have several options:

  • Engage in an usual task: for instance when you want to remove a repository on github, you are forced to write down the name. It's an effective way to make sure the action is target on the right item.

List item

  • High contrast, break design consistency with more negative space, a red color and strong border.

Ticking a box might work, but I suspect more and more users are ticking them by reflex on such occasion.

You may find some more answers here as the first answer is partially considering your case.

Some further reading: