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5 years experience as UX lead. Currently working as customer developer (lean startup mode) in a startup working to improve precision agriculture.


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comment What are the differences between buttons and links?
lightcms.com Shows a big call to action, the menu (links) and many secondary buttons after the fold.
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revised What are the differences between buttons and links?
update
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comment What are the differences between buttons and links?
This answer was written 3 years ago. I agree that today expectations have changed. I am editing the answer to reflect it.
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revised What are the differences between buttons and links?
corrected a word as suggested by a comment
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accepted Is “user experience” evil?
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answered Are there any conventions for mobile behavior when swiping left/right?
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accepted Best way to present an already filled form
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comment Best way to present an already filled form
Thank you for your answers. After thinking this through: editable, filled fields are best for low number of fields and high chance of being actually edited. Non editable that becomes editable on click is best for readability, big number of fields, and low probability of changes. The control to make them editable is another thing. It can be explicit or more like a "hint". I hate the clutter of an "edit" button next to each field, so I prefer the "hint" way. If there are groups of fields, it is easier because you only need a control for each block.
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asked Best way to present an already filled form
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