Recognition

Written by Guido Jansen in
September 2010

Theory:

Recalling things from memory is hard. Recognition from previous experiences is much easier. 

Application:

When asking people to interact with the site, suggest (defined or popular) choices instead of letting them recall information from memory. Clicking fixed choices is much easier than filling in a textfield.

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