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Excellent question ! Apparently a study by globalwebindex shows that after the launch of reactions, the number of users who interact or react with a post has increased after Facebook introducted Reactions. To quote the article The replacement of the one-size-fits-all button appears to have been a hit among Facebook’s users. GlobalWebIndex’s data shows ...


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Overlay the like count on the item If everything's got a count, even if it's zero, it's clear that the number relates to the specific item. You could also add a thin footer to each image and have metadata, e.g. likes, in there. An important point here is that UI design is about trying to subtract from the interface, not add to it, so you should have a ...


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I don't think Facebook would have redundant button that calls to the same action.Beside, that looks a bad design from my point of view.Nevertheless, I could only answer why Facebook uses the color green as their sign-up button. One of the test that was done by Hubspot, they find that colors "red and green" increases conversion rate, uses different color " to ...



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