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Worthwhile Flow Interruption: The Confirmation Modal

Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Asher Dawson There’s nothing more frustrating than suffering the unintended consequences from the occasional “accidental click.” Limit your users frustration by interrupting flows with confirmation modals at crucial points in a users experience. Here are a few examples of when a confirmation modal seems appropriate: 1. MailChimp: Prepare for Launch “You’re about to…” is a great way to let your users stop and think about the upcoming repercussions of a certain action, such as launching an email campaign. Yea, it’s

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