We are developing a mobile app. The design needs to share a positive experience to the user. Currently once a user confirms a rider in his vehicle, the CANCEL button leaves the user a bit negative. I need the message to read, Confirmed, but also hint that the user can cancel the rider. At the same time I dont want to put a Cancel button here.


Please note, that the blue gradient button illustrates the next button to logically hit.

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This is what it looks like now. But I still don't think it looks WOW, do I need some border or, change of text color for the cancel option ?

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  • Try "Undo" instead of Cancel
    – Mishax
    May 26, 2014 at 7:21
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    How about putting an edit button up top and making the cancel button visible on tapping the edit button . You got any issues with that ?
    – Nash Vail
    May 26, 2014 at 14:29
  • Would love a illustration. This can get confusing.
    – Siddharth
    May 26, 2014 at 15:01

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You could probably show a text "Your trip is confirmed" in a bold green color with a tick mark icon(optional) and below this display text "To cancel your trip click here" in a smaller font size. enter image description here

  • did not understand, can u help me with a illustration please.
    – Siddharth
    May 26, 2014 at 7:10

1) You could, instead of using a cancel button, just use text. This might of course not be suited for a web app because of the small tap area..

Like this:

Your trip is confirmed. Enjoy the ride. Would you like to cancel this trip?

2) Make a 'confirmed' button and pressing that will pop up a window asking if you'd like to cancel.


You could try checkbox. Dismiss. The back button. Or not right now. Maybe another small point of reference on a corner, remind me later. Edit; "Yes, thanks", "No thank you" If you need to cancel the ride "let us know" and we'll sort out the rest.

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    You should edit your original answer with your additional suggestion in your comment (it's a good suggestion, and makes the answer itself more upvotable).
    – Franchesca
    May 26, 2014 at 12:31

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