I have talked about so many interaction design components recently, and finally it is time to write the "Check Box". As far as the editor is executive email list concerned, I actually really don't want to write the "multiple selection box" part. There are two reasons: first, I actually hate the need for multiple selections because I have been executive email list designing for so many years. There are pits and pits; in addition, some of the points of attention have been mentioned in the previous component essays, and these similar points are also applied to the "multiple selection box".
But with the Virgo mentality, I always feel uncomfortable missing something. Today, I will briefly write down the points that I can think of in executive email list the "multiple selection box", and I hope you will appreciate it. 1. The metaphor of "Check Box" Students who have experienced exams in the reading era should have a executive email list fresh memory of the answer card. In fact, it is a perfect metaphor for the "Check Box" in the physical world.
Both of them are mutually exclusive at the same time. Select one or more of the following options as feedback answers. (This inspiration concept executive email list comes from Mr. Hozin) 2. The meaning of "Check Box" 1. "Check Box" interactive definition An interactive form that helps users to select one or more post-option tasks from several mutually exclusive option sets is called a "Check Box". According to the definition, we executive email list can actually draw two important characteristics of the "Check Box": Choose from multiple post options to complete N-to-N tasks. In fact, when the number of options is one, the "Check Box" can also be used as a switch (remember this, I will focus on it later). 2. "Check Box" interactive form