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Consistency First, let's define consistency (within desgin context): Things that share similar semantics should be presented or act in a similar way. And its misuse Now consistency is one of the most often misused concepts in design, for two reasons: Designers adhere to the guideline ignoring the actual problem at hand. In other words, the ...


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My general answer is consistency; Consistency can prevent user confusion and not make the user think. Muscle memory will remember where the buttons are. However - is there a reason why your users would expect the buttons to change? Is it something they might expect? Why not try a lowfi prototype and see how your users respond - you should have an answer ...


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Great question Mattias. I think you should lean toward consistency. In recent usability testing on our site we found that everyone accomplishes tasks differently and in a trial-by-error fashion. Consistency from page to page helped our users maintain a sense of clarity and made things appear more intuitive, even if it was an action they never performed on ...


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In principle it can be good design Benefits Highlighted buttons present a clear call to action or default action for users. For example, it can be frustrating to users to pop up a dialog box and not have a primary button, because the user has no indication for the preferred flow. Similarly, if a user fills out a long form and then is presented with 3 ...



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