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To add to the already good answer, would it be possible to prevent the user from making any wrong choices to begin with? Is it possible that when one field is filled in, the invalid options are no longer selectable in other fields? This may not be possible in fields like username and password. But in other fields perhaps it is. It would be almost like ...


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IMO, you are both correct. The engineer is doing their job by giving their insight. Meanwhile, the designer should advocate for user empathy. But here is some ammo for you, Dennis: is this validation list more of a SIGNAL or more of a NOISE? You can measure this question by testing and asking a small group of users. Let the results speak for themselves. If ...


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Question: Link, checkbox, or switch? Answer: None of the above. User generally expect links to navigate –that is, take them to a new location. Switches and check boxes set attribute values or states –that is, what something is like. That would be suitable if the app simply switched the text from one characteristic to another (e.g., bold versus normal font), ...


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