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War, too, for all of its brutality and ugliness, satisfies some of our deepest evolutionary yearnings for connectedness. Platoons are like tribes. They give soldiers a chance to demonstrate their valor and loyalty, to work cooperatively, to show utter selflessness. Is it any wonder that so many of them say they miss the action when they come home?

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On Friday, Google announced what may mark the beginning of the end of passwords as we know them.

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Clickable UI elements with absent or weak visual signifiers condition users over time to click and hover uncertainly across pages—reducing efficiency and increasing reliance on contextual cues and immediate click feedback. Young adult users may be better at perceiving subtle clickability clues, but they don’t enjoy click uncertainty any more than other age groups.

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Measure people's attitudes toward a user interface by a controlled vocabulary test: give users the list of product reaction words and asks them to select those that best describe the design.

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There are 118 words in the full list of the product reaction words originally included in the Microsoft Desirability Toolkit.

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User research across 7 countries found that members of the — often misunderstood — Millennial generation exhibit unique behaviors and approaches to digital interfaces. They are confident and error prone, and they have high expectations of websites.

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Open-ended questions prompt people to answer with sentences, lists, and stories. Closed-ended questions limit possible answers.

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To eliminate outdated information and make online shopping efficient, let ecommerce users easily update existing payment information directly within the checkout flow.

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These two overly demanding website design patterns aimed at driving engagement are in conflict with how people utilize browser tabs.

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Americans in small counties are much less likely to start new businesses, a trend that jeopardizes the economic future of vast swaths of the country.

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