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Feedback

Let’s talk about the importance of providing feedback for users during interaction design.

We should provide feedback for interactions, such as confirming form submission, alerting the user when something goes wrong, or notifying the user of changes on the page. Instructions should be easy to identify. Important feedback that requires user action should be presented in a prominent style.

In this example, feedback for error when the form is filled incorrectly or missing information is given in the form of color change (from white to red rectangle) and the appearance of alert icons in the form of an exclamation icon in red rectangles. This way, even if a user is colorblind, they will know something is wrong because there are multiple error indicators.

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