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comment Make people understand they can click on a button in a flat design
Any larger shadow illustrates depth. On the Z, typically, the more "distance" the shadow has while still being underneath the element, the further away from the canvas it is. This means it's closer to the user, "virtually" speaking of course. The pressed button in this case is demonstrably incorrect as it reflects no known logical, real-world, physical item where pressed means to be cued as "UP".
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comment ajax vs button(action) submission for configuration/option settings
I disagree. The linked question poses a specific scenario in which he requests answers for specific when/why "opinions". I am not asking for such opinions. I'm asking for information regarding current directions in UX with regards to handling configuration/options settings. If I were to ask you all what you have experienced in regard to what the direction of user experiences is taking, I might get a slew of answers which could illustrate a trend depending upon responses. The additional questions were an attempt to try to draw this out.
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