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I am building a comment section and I am trying to display clear call to actions to get the user to participate in the current debate.

I put into perspective statistics about the comment section and the two best contributions.

Here is what it looks like on desktop and on phones

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I thought two buttons would do the trick to get the user to the comment section but my users tests weren't as successful as expected.

What do you think ?

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I am building a comment section and I am trying to display clear call to actions to get the user to participate in the current debate.

Your current design contradicts what you say you're looking for: the clear call to actions is visually subordinated to all the info content. In fact, all of the design contrasts are in favor of the content, not the action button: size, shape, color, proportion, spacing...

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Although if this information is necessary and should occupy a larger space, some visual organization is necessary when designing. It can help to work at the schematic level to prioritize and relocate elements.

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Without knowing the design base, I think organizing all the information within a single section and defining the action to this whole set can help:

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For the responsive version it's exactly the same layout arranged vertically. To adjust the space and give greater importance to the container and its button, the content can be inside a slider.

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  • Great, thanks ! Do you have any leads for the responsive version ? – Pierre Laburthe Jul 8 at 15:44
  • Answer updated with a responsive layout. – Danielillo Jul 8 at 16:29
  • Great really helpful ! – Pierre Laburthe Jul 9 at 8:32

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