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It's UX site... someone's got to mention Fitts' Law and the infinite edge.* http://bit.ly/1tvsWxq Corners are an especially easy place to click as you can just whack your mouse vaguely top-right and you'll end up over the right spot. And seeing as top left was taken up with the Window title top right is what's left.** *UX band name anyone? ** on Windows ...


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Is this for web usage or for a modal on a native app? Reason I ask is because I believe the context, "I'm looking at content on a web browser", may influence the user's thoughts as to where the X to close the modal ought to be. My gut feeling is that all modal/lightboxes plugins on the web by default have the X on the top right corner, to have a web app and ...


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Your question can be read like so: Should I make an effort to provide my users with an interface that follows the conventions they are accustomed to? The answer to this is a resounding yes. Mac users look for close buttons on the left, Windows on the right. For most users this is a system 1 process - they don't spare a fraction of consciousness, it's ...


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No. Your heart is in the right place, but, idealistically, one of the points of creating a web application rather than a native application is for cross-platform portability. But even if that's not a relevant factor for you, think about this: What percentage of your user base uses Macs? How much increase in effort is required for them to understand that ...



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