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Color of destructive primary button

In our app we use green buttons to signify primary actions (located on the right, but that's a whole different discussion) and grey buttons to denote secondary actions ('Cancel'). For example: The ...
6
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4answers
260 views

Forms: Ensuring the next button is always above the fold in multiple page forms

I'm designing forms in a PPC / landing page style format where the user has arrived from an ad on a search engine page - this user is very likely to be interested in the product that I'm offering. ...
5
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3answers
579 views

Why are primary/call-to-action buttons usually plain blue?

I understand the reasoning for using blue in general, for backgrounds, etc... What I'm asking about is the blue in twitter bootstrap framework and other similar frameworks. It seems to become a sort ...
5
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4answers
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How necessary is it to point out your call to action so obviously on a simple site?

I am trying to figure out, especially for returning users, the value of pointing out a way to add input to a site. Facebook and Google+ both have placeholder text and placement of the input for status ...