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Buttons let users perform an action or activity in a software solution. Use this tag for questions about how buttons should be placed, styled, aligned or used to express their purpose and facilitate their operation.

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"Sign me up" and other copy written "from users standpoint" sounds overly enthusiastic to me. A bit like "shut up and take my money" kind of thing. Users might not feel all that crazy about the con …
answered Dec 10 '14 by Zoe K
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Easiest solution would be to add an underline to inactive links/buttons. If you separate tabs with literally one pixel of white space, they will also look more like clickable tabs. I also noticed …
answered Dec 8 '14 by Zoe K
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On the bottom, and just a speaker. Photo of the Macbook keyboard fragment UPD: I've submitted my answer and then noticed you've edited the question and added pretty much same photo.
answered Dec 17 '14 by Zoe K
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one button will be affected by presence of others, I hope the string of buttons you are talking about doesn't look like one range of operations. Navigation should be separated from operations (Save …
answered Dec 1 '14 by Zoe K
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If controls float with users' scrolling, it can be irritating, specifically in the case of image-heavy services that tend to overload their users with visual content. I prefer sharing buttons to …
answered Dec 14 '14 by Zoe K