Figures - Do you use 'Bad Example' and 'Good Example' with ticks and crosses in captions?
5/12/2014 7:30 AM by
The best way to emphasize your point is to "build" the pain first and then show the solution. So we use "Bad Example" and "Good Example" in the captions where possible.
To do this, we give a bad example and raise users' expectation first.
- Figure: Bad Example - kid not in his seat
Now we can show the solution and give a good example as the result, make them feel released.
- Figure: Good Example - kid in his seat
Do you feel this rule needs an update?