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Depending on the type of code you are using there are a few possibilities. In general I find that the ISO 639 codes are used most of the time. If you want to use those codes then the options would be the following Spanish: es or spa Basque: eu, eus or baq Usually, in code (!) and not UI's, these are also used in combination with the ISO country code. For ...


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Spanish could be ESP or SPA (find out which one is a better fit for your users). Basque could be BAQ or EUS (make sure you select what the Basque population would recognise). Important: I would use EUS short for Euskera only if the Basques recognise Euskera as Basque. Remember that you are providing the language option for the Basque population not the ...


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Usability testing is something that happens continuously and preferably starts before a single line of code is written. It is focused on testing the user experience of the (potential) product. Usability testing: focused on behaviour, experience and goals. starts before code is written and never ends ranges from very inexpensive to very expensive will ...


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When you have too much content and little space, you should categorize your content and make a separate page for each content category. Besides, you need knowledge of an information architect. you can start card sorting or alternative options and categorize your content based on users minds.


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If your users are too young to have email addresses, be careful about collecting any information such as phone numbers from them. Due to child protection laws like COPPA/GDPR, I would recommend verifying the legal requirements with a lawyer before making any decisions. To your point about having a username without an email backup, this is often why apps ...


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Short answer: yes. Which element, though depends on the content. Per w3.org: If a dialog contains the final step in a process that is not easily reversible, such as deleting data or completing a financial transaction, it may be advisable to set focus on the least destructive action, especially if undoing the action is difficult or impossible. The ...


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I'd give back a CSV file with the result of the error (and the success). On the website just tell the error numbers and types.


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You should test all colors within the same time frame. If you test sequentially, you reintroduce the "conflating variable of time", as Sam Blake explains in an answer to A/B Testing vs Cohort Analysis (emphasis added): The point of doing A/B testing rather than cohort is that it eliminates the conflating variable of time. The data you gather is only valid ...


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