Proactive label wording Use proactive wording for checkbox labels to make it clear to users what happens if the checkbox is checked. In other executive email list words, if there is an option to "don't send me more emails" then the user will have a feeling of being coerced, ruining the user experience, and this situation is often compared with the "single check box" scenario. appear more often. Someone here will definitely ask what is a "single executive email list check box", please see the picture below: 3. Expand the selected area Essentially, "Check Box" click areas are small, so they can be as hard to click as "radio buttons" according to
Fitz's Law. So we want to expand the target click area so that the user can click on an option (including the associated label) instead of executive email list clicking on that little square. 4. Switch properties of "single check box" Under some design systems (such as Apple macOS), it is recommended to treat the "single check box" as executive email list a preference control switch. When the "single check box" of the general control is not selected, the relevant preferences are Not available, only the option to which the "single check box" is checked can be configured. 5.
Use indeterminate state when it makes sense In the framework of some parent-child checkboxes (such as tree selectors), their state should be accurately reflected, for example, when several child checkboxes to which they belong are not all in executive email list the same state, the parent checkbox should be in an "indeterminate state" " (reflected by a dash). 4. About "choice" Here, let's put aside the interactive component "check box", and executive email list simply talk about several elements if an interactive component or interactive mode is to satisfy the user to complete the task of "selection" (the concept comes from Mr. Hozin). Ease of identification for "unchecked