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Best practice You'll find a lot of info out there about CTA tests and theories. But you're not going to find a whole lot that tells you what to do with horizontal alignment. The reason is, it depends on your design. The norm If your colleagues want to talk about what is more common, then you should align right, as you suggest. This is used more often than ...


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Let's start with why.... Your content is center-aligned today. So as users navigate down the page, they expect the next piece of content to be center-aligned. Today you have a big green, center-aligned button. It's not getting noticed enough. Why isn't it being noticed? Hard to tell exactly without looking at the exact content, but it's likely that: The ...


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In these cases, I tend to 2 two things: 1) Use a list approach, something similar to Material lists (when not Material lists directly) 2) Limit content length However, since it seems this might not be an option for you, I'd go with a Masonry grid, like teh image below: This will allow you to play with both vertical and horizontal lengths without ...


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I'm a bit surprised, that none has suggested the Master-Detail pattern yet. We have exactly the same problem in several of our own products: Too many columns to fit on a screen, however, every piece of information will be relevant in some use-case. Actually, we decided to do, what you(r boss) ruled out: Cutting the default number of visible columns to ...



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