User Experience (UX) text appears throughout the user interface of online GS1 services and solutions. The UX sentences or text you write should have:
■ Scannable: Readability of the sentence on first glance
■ Front-loaded: The point is conveyed at the start of the sentence
■ Low Cognitive load: The reader does not use much of working memory
- Correct: Describes differentiating characteristics in terms of flavour, fragrance or taste of the same brand and size. For example, `still´ or `sparkling´ for drinks.
- Incorrect: Covers the distinguishing characteristics that differentiate products with the same brand and size including such things as the flavour, fragrance or taste. ‘Still or sparkling’ is a specific example for drinks.
Figure 4‑1 Example of a user interface for Activate
All User interface element names must be formatted in bold, especially in procedural steps.
■ From the Order type drop-down, select Online.
■ From the Orders page, click Confirm.
■ From the Packaged orders page, select the Gift wrap checkbox, and then click Ok.