Do both options on a switch need to be exposed for the user to understand? Or does understanding the that the opposite is true of the active state enough for comprehension? For you, which switch makes sense? Thanks :)
8 months ago
I prefer the first one.
The second is confusing, because the switch is on the opposite side of the highlighted icon.
Similar with the third: the text is on the opposite side than the switch.
So fresh and so clean clean
@Damian Vila It's funny because we all use light switches that are built that way, where the switch lays on the dormant state. But I can see where it might be confusing.
Great. So simple and right!
I personally like the first one, because of it's simplicity, and I know that switches are binary.
Users, on the other hand, can be... frustrating.
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