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Hover is certainly discoverable if the user might expect that clicking on the element would give more information. In your design, a user who wants more information about a menu item is very likely to try clicking on the item, or its title. Such an action would often lead to more information. So, they would discover the hover functionality (given your ...


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In short, yes, hover states will be more discoverable on a site that has fewer elements. Imagine these two scenarios: A full-screen page with a single element in the center with a hover state A full-screen page with a 16x16 grid of elements, of which only 2 elements have a hover state Being an interactive medium a user's instinct is to interact with ...


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One interesting aspect of this button is, at least where I have seen it, an anonymous vote. I think there is a reason why this element works better than a normal button when in an anonymous setting. I think part of it is it's novelty but I think it's more about people associating "like"-type buttons with their twitter/google/reddit/facebook accounts. I think ...



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