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Assuming you need a UX solution rather than a technical one, if the character count can't be accurate then don't use one. Try an alternative pattern, such as a completion 'progress bar' that fills up as the user types. Once they get over the maximum limit then let them know so they can amend it.


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I would suggest to show only the response selected by the user, my driver is that it may not be a sustainable/consistent solution for all multiple option fields you have, think on location where you have a lot of options just as example. One thing to keep in mind is that the Ux/Ui should be consistent for the components across your application. Second, ...


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Anecdotal: Yes. My experience is that people are far less resistant to voluntary surveys after signup/account creation. If you need to have this information before first use of the product/service, it should still be presented as a survey after the account has been created. In either case, you should preface the survey (or the request that the user take the ...


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In my opinion your front end developers should take the decision to choose the appropriate HTML or ARIA semantics. There is the risk that, if you don't have enough technical preparation, you could mess or overcomplicate things for a screen reader user. Focus on an inclusive experience design and share the duty of the accessibility implementation with the ...


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First... Using a mouse click somewhere dead on the page, such as in between interactive elements, will achieve the removal of focus (blur) from whatever element had it..." Well, kind of. As you know, Tab just moves focus through the focusable elements in the document, stepping through each focusable child of each HTML element. However, the browser ...


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Yes they should be able to. Most confirmation emails, much like rest password email, are valid for 24 hours. If you don't confirm it then your account is not verified. "Then, some guy registers using that same email." After 24 hours that email has become available again.


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