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It probably depends on the Read More link. If it expands the card and displays the whole information, "Submitting a Proposal" without additional navigation to another page is probably a good idea. However, if you click Read More and it takes you to a new page, it might be a bit confusing. Having a CTA on a card isn't bad, in fact it's recommended ...


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In the current design it makes sense. I suppose your alternative is to have the user click on the card. But the cards without "read more" actually are not very discoverable in terms of being clickable. To that end, it might actually be better to replace "Submit proposal" with a different CTA: "View" or "View & submit ...


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You are approaching this with the mindset of "Add item" and "Share list" of equal importance but I don't think they are. I imagine users would be adding items repeatedly (main action). When they are done, they might share it once. Hence they are not of equal importance. I would feature the add item button in the bottom right like you have ...


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I'd consider stealing an idea from the roads: a red octagonal sign: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stop_sign


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I'm going to reply before the question is closed (for some strange reason, questions about icons are against the rules here) because I find your question really interesting. I think the reason for your doubt is that you are using a loaded word. And the cognitive load behind that word is mostly negative. So you will have a hard time finding a good ...


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Suggestions: Lay out radio buttons vertically because horizontal layouts make it hard to tell which option belongs to which button. Consider adding a "None of the above" option. If you have too many options and not enough space, try a dropdown menu. For reference: https://designsystem.digital.gov/components/radio-buttons/


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Two buttons are basically more agresive way to "Call people to action" therefore it could result in having more clicks. Nevertheless user purchase or conversion depends also on motivation and other factors and it is question does having 2 instead of 1 button will help you here.


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You didn't say how the user is sharing their list with a friend (SMS, email, Copy Link to paste in an Instagram DM?). Like Danielillo mentions, the paper plane icon means "send", not "share". These mean "share" on iOS (left) and Android (right): Using these with the Plus icon (standard for Add) will likely provide the user with ...


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'Show more button' is better because it shorter. Also 'button' supposed further action after pressing it. So button text should describe this action. Obviously 'Show more' will be link to details page as 'Save button' will result in storing entered data and 'Send button' will result in sending something somewhere. Just avoid a kind of 'Go' label on button - ...


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Before answering, there's a mix of concepts: send and share, in fact there is a different standard icon for each action, they can even be on the same screen (as shown in this question). More than intuition, I think it is a matter of priorities. What's the most important action in the app? Add items Share the list Send the list to a contact Once the ...


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