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comment Is the button placement in Linkedin's new invitation dropdown correct?
But it's a screenshot from linkedin web app.
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comment Is the button placement in Linkedin's new invitation dropdown correct?
@RumiP. After a dropdown open a user always moves the cursor vertically to the dropdown, in Linkedin case it's the "delete invitation" button an user first encounter. Don't you think its dangerous?
Nov
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comment Is the button placement in Linkedin's new invitation dropdown correct?
But after a dropdown open a user always moves the cursor vertically to the dropdown, in Linkedin case it's the delete invitation button an user first encounter. Don't you think its dangerous?
Nov
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comment Is the button placement in Linkedin's new invitation dropdown correct?
@MattObee What i think that the button for accepting should be first & delete button should be at right. What do you think?
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asked Is the button placement in Linkedin's new invitation dropdown correct?
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Jun
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answered Should Navigation menu have a fix position in application with greater width?
Jun
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comment Optimal page content for search page with no query?
@MarjanVenema I am agree with you if page has only one purpose & one form then first field should be autofocused. But people here are voting down & up according to what they like or dislike personally. "There is no You & I in UI....You have to think for everyone"
Jun
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comment Best position for collapse indicator on collapsible content
I think both are good ways. But i prefer the first one as user can see the arrow(up or down) or plus or minus icon near the title text.
Jun
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answered Large forms design guidelines and rules
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comment Optimal page content for search page with no query?
Actually you are right i have never seen this anywhere. But there are few examples that remove placeholder text when user starts typing (e.g. smashingmagazine.com). So we can try with autofocus & placeholder at same time.
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answered Optimal page content for search page with no query?
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answered Web - How to represent a numeric input that is limited to increments of some number
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answered How to represent 'string or number' as default query in search box?