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it seems to me that neither seeing or the blind would benefit from this scheme. Even if this section is skippable the user should know what the page offers before moving on. If it requires input, you'd be setting the user up for frustration (error messages) if you give the choice to move on before data is put in. So don't follow that pattern if this makes ...


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Your question is very hard. As you said it is not logical to read final action buttons before fields. I had such a form on pc and it was a nigthmare to have to scroll up all the time to validate or cancel the form. In your case if you have a lot of blind users that you have to help them why not have an option at the beginning of the process to permit users ...


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I agree with Andrew Martin above. The most important (or primary actions) should top the list. The other actions should follow. And the least favourable option should be place at the bottom. I believe this is even further exaggerated in the bottom example, where there is a noticable 'gap' between the primary action(s) and cancel. :)


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Looking at the two examples given, I'm fairly certain that the top option in each list is the one deemed most useful in the given situation. The first example asks the user to sign in so the first button offers exactly that while the cancel option is the least likely action and so is bottom of the list. In the second example the user is being informed of a ...


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According to the latest human interface guideline, for an action sheet (as given by you), the cancel button should be at the bottom so as to encourage users to read through all the alternatives before making a choice. For an alert box: When the most likely button performs a nondestructive action, it should be on the right in a two-button alert. The ...


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A [+] or attachment button in the chat box would be a better solution here as it can also ensure cross-platform compatibility. You can tap/click on the attachment button and you can call an attachment layover with "easeInOutExpo" effect. You can then either choose an item from the layover or tap/click anywhere to dismiss it. I think this will not eat up any ...



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