By beating them unconscious and dragging them off the plane?
That would be "after" they're onboarded, but... possibly
You could call it an offboarding problem
I have been trying to come up with something for useroffboard.com since I purchased the domain...
All part of the experience.
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perhaps it needs a different ending, like once you've bought, gone through security, boarded and sat down..
oh and can you change '>>' to '>' as I thought it would take me to the end not directly next
Thanks for the UI feedback -- I hadn't heard that one yet.
Disagree with both points.
This was onboarding for the app. Not a full service onboarding tear down.
'>>' was fine on it's own being shown in the right and left. Had there been another '>' present somewhere, you might have a point.
Obviously if the single arrowhead was there then there wouldn't be an issue at all. The ability to use the keyboard and type the page number is great also.
However think back to the iconography of fast-forward and rewind. I may be wrong but I thought by just using the double arrow or quotation marks (>>), it simply translates to greater than, less than and skip.
Pagination should be important on a onboarding site, do consider changing the arrows.
You sound super condescending.
i expected this to be a "too soon" joke.
"Blinking guy" was such a shoo-in, he could have been on every slide.
How did he not notice the fare went from $112 to $222 and not comment at all? Are taxes and fees really twice the cost of the ticket?
Also at least he avoided the possibility of having ben forcibly removed from his seat give the fare class he chose.
I think that was one-way vs round trip, no?
@Robert Thanks for sharing this!
No problem. Great teardowns!
Best teardown ever.