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Support Recall Instead of Recognition in UI Design

Support Recall Instead of Recognition in UI Design

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The argument used to be that it’s easier for people to recognize that something shown by the computer is what they want (say, a command in a menu) than to dredge out of memory the name of that something.
Today we are announcing that this guideline should be reversed for modern user-interface design. Now, recall is better than recognition.

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