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I often make use of opacity to make the buttons like as disabled: button.buttonClassName:disabled { opacity: 0.3; } An example with your button pasted on stackoverflow and the same button with the opacity modified on Firebug to appear as a disabled button. Normal (opacity: 1): Disabled (opacity: 0.3):


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Here is a link to a simple demo It sounds like you have the right idea and here are a couple things to keep in mind. Context is important Place your action buttons in line with the images that will receive them. It is easier to scan and delete an image when the button is close by. Tell the user why an action isn't available Let the user know why ...


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It's worth remembering that while every design/dev decision impacts the user experience, not every decision can be rationalized from a UX perspective. There's no easily-findable explanation by the creators of Instagram of why there's no zooming. Constraints and the Creative Process This is speculation, but it's based in logic. Instagram is a tool that ...


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In a very broad sense, Instagram prides itself on its simplicity. Part of the reason could be simply because more controls and more views contradicts their UX strategy. This is also part of why they took over the photo sharing market, because Facebook is so huge and complicated.



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