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Jun 11, 2022
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The buttons below represent "actions", implying the next state. For example, the "lock" icon above is closed, just click the "Unlock" button below to executive email list open the lock. 2. Two states, one element Sometimes we can see a control that not only represents the current state, but also an action point. For example, in the volume control executive email list of the Bilibili video player below, the "unmuted" icon indicates that it is in the "unmuted" state. After clicking, the video will be muted. This is not the same logic as the "action" button, but the magic is that we use it very naturally. It reminds me of entering the room at night when I was executive email list a kid. The room was pitch black and I wanted to turn on the light. I don't need to think about pressing up or down, I just need to change the current one and put it down and press it. This is because executive email list I have a clear understanding of the "dark" environment around me, and I know that the switch can turn the light on and off. Also in the example of the volume control of the Bilibili video player, the sound from the video has clearly expressed the current state - the sound executive email list is on. So as long as the user knows that something can control the sound switch, which is manipulated by clicking, they can know how to turn it off. But keep in mind that inference of any kind takes time and cognitive effort, and people are often under time pressure to react quickly. Therefore, it executive email list is very important to strengthen the user's awareness of the current state. 3. Strengthen the user's understanding of the current state
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