Huh? How can there be stats for Republicans voting for the two Democrats?
I see this in most all flat icon design. It takes me a few seconds of comparing the different elements to figure out this is actually a two-tab widget and not a two-column table.
The old rounded corners on the tabs would have made it instantly clear that they are tabs and thus clickable. The user would immediately understand that the
Republicans box is out of context.
What is the correct way to make it immediately obvious what is click/tap-able and what is just graphics?
I'm looking for practices that can be applied to all designs, not a fix for this particular example.