I’m fairly okay with the usage of tooltips. However, from my past experiences and observations, in the B2C context, many users tend to quickly dismiss the tooltip without actually reading its copy, even if there’s an ‘okay’ or ‘got it’ button. Just my minor issue with it.
I remember that this was a well known issue for Twitter. I read it somewhere years back. I wonder what steps Twitter took (or tried) to encourage users to actually open the URLs and read it. In fact, headlines are often misleading and hence, resulted in the widespread of false news.
Timely article. I am wondering in your past video calls using Zoom, did your users faced any issues with Zoom? My concern is that it requires them to install the app, which could be a bit hassle as compared with Skype or Hangout etc.
Thanks a lot! Teo
I’m a Book 2 user, but at work, I’m still using Mac OS though.
I’m not sure about the idea of floating icons (users and the sketch board). The issue for me is the illusion of ‘busy’ for having those gaps in between the icons. I am good with just having some subtle dividers.
I would like to clarify something on having different states in Figma.
To create a hover state, I would need to replicate a frame and add in the hover effect details?
I’ve been exploring around this feature and I hope I’m doing it correctly?
yes, go ahead.
I have had worked on multilingual products. The main challenges were: 1. Display Currency: Having to show your price in Vietnam Dong or Thai Baht were a huge challenge to our layout spacing and margins. We admired those designers that only have to think for US or UK market! 2. Call-to-actions copy. So, we…