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Design Introducing the Practice

Meghana M
Meghana M
UX Design Techdegree Student 1,580 Points

Ambiguity in the problem statement

It is ambiguous whether there will still be a "free with ads" option when the subscription is being offered. This will impact the design of the paywall.

If there is no longer a "free with ads" option, then all of the content is "exclusive member content" because those who are not members, cannot read any of the articles. So, the article for which we are adding the paywall, it doesn't make sense to call out that the article is "exclusive member content".

If there is still a "free with ads" option, then the solution must indicate that in some way. Even if the current article is members only. Something like : "Return to homepage to find other articles to read for free"