A nice way to place items in order

I saw this nice use of Flash while taking part in the BBC’s Big Risk Test. This question asks you to place various everyday activities in order of risk. The designers save you time here by automatically inserting the items in a tidy way while indicating exactly where you originally placed them (a line is […]

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Highlight selection with an obvious cue

You can make a selection by clicking a radio button, but it’s also nice to receive very obvious feedback as shown in this video. The example comes from the Eurostar website which has improved dramatically in recent years. Note: This video clip has no sound. Highlight large area when making a selection from Alex Poole […]

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