Create a good user experience

In some cases, products have all the pieces there but nonetheless failed to assemble them into something useful. This is due to poor design that didn’t take user experience into consideration. These bullet points will help you configure Content Quality with the best possible experience for your end-users.

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  • Use consistent titles in the card, details view, and context menu within the same category to avoid confusion.

  • Use clear and concise titles that are easy to recognize.

  • Use action verbs to label the button(s) so that they know what the button will do. Avoid generic button labels that cause uncertainty.

Icons

  • Use icons that are relevant to the subject.

  • Avoid icons that are used for a different purpose elsewhere in the Editor.

  • Use icons that are clearly distinct to make it easy to distinguish between them.

  • We recommend adding the icon to the detailed view as well for a consistent and familiar interface.

Colors

  • Use colors that stand apart as much as possible to make it easier to scan between different issues and suggestions.

  • Use high-contrast colors so that the information provided is accessible to everyone (WCAG 2.0 provides specific guidelines to ensure that the color contrast between foreground and background is appropriate).