Your dialogs are too long
Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Alan Sien Wei Hshieh Twitter managed to get something right. After studying how hundreds of people read UIs at Google, we learned a magical fact: no one really reads anything. If they do, you’re lucky if they get sixteen words in. Contrary to popular belief, attention spans aren’t actually getting shorter. However, attention is tightly associated with tasks, and how much attention a user may want to dedicate to that task. This is partially why context switching is so expensive.