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It does depend a lot on what you offer , who your customers what value proposals you have in sections and the truth might be in some A\B testing. I observed myself when I landed on a page, I scrolled down for a bit and was ready for signing up and scrolled a bit up and down and then went right back to the top looking for the button so I had a small ...


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In Option 1: It feels like delivered button is associated with the content on its left & cancel with its respectively. This is because the extended spacing. They dont feel grouped together. You can refer Gestalt Principles to understand grouping similar items better In Option 2: The problems that could arise are when the content is too long, lets say the ...


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Try to keep actions in proximity whenever possible. In your mock, if you go with a single button (or even a second button below), users have to perform several steps: Select a row Move the mouse down to the now changing button ('update'). The more workstations added, the further this button change appears from the selected row. They also have to notice this ...


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Let's start from the bottom. If I use two different icons, the icon should be show according the "current state" or "next state"? Should a toggle button show its current state or the state to which it will change? Should an icon show current state or next state? Should I use two different icons for each state according the current view ...


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Funny cause I remember as a small child in the late 80's having that grey, black, n' red controller in my hand and my very first thought was "This is so cool! I love it! I wanna play the Ninja Turtle game, that has to ovbiously be the best game in their library (. . .it wasn't, not even close lol) ..but I convinced myself it was being such a biased TMNT ...


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What is described in the question is a change of view. There's a generic icon for "view mode" that changes the type of arrangement of the elements in a list: In this case it would be to find a single icon of mode change from "absolute" to "percentage" and make it understandable: About the default view it depends of the type of ...


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I agree with @locationunknown that you may find your question has already been answered, however, I think there's another problem with this design. According to Apple's Human Interface Guidelines on switches, this element is supposed to be used in a different way. A switch is a visual toggle between two mutually exclusive states — on and off. ... Avoid ...


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Just use a single, stateless button Normally, it's important to differentiate the difference between the current state, and what it will be after clicking. However, with a camera, that's very obvious—can the user see themselves? If so, it's the front camera. If not, it's the back. This will also provide familiarity to the user, as this pattern is fairly ...


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In your specific example it is best to show the current status, because the style of the control already looks like a status indicator. It isn't clear that the text represent the action of pressing the control. If you are concerned about general understanding of what the text represents then you would probably be better to move away from a toggle control, ...


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To be blunt, this is another example for Apple needlessly creating inconsistencies in their UIs. Consistency is good for our users, because it reduces cognitive overhead in interacting with our applications. In that sense, a button should look like a button should look like a button. Regardless of size, etc. It does make sense to introduce slightly different ...


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From the Human Interface Guidelines: In general, a navigation bar should contain no more than the view’s current title, a back button, and one control that manages the view’s contents. Also, based on what I've seen in Apple's apps, if you need an Edit button, the Edit button should always go in the navigation bar. So depending on if you need an Edit and/or ...


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I think when button size is small we normally use completely rounded side edges as the side edges of button are too small to make just their corners rounded..When button size is bigger and we want to put more focus on the content inside the button we use rounded corners rectangle button.


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