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After some more looking around, it seems that - at least on UI-patterns.com - this is known as the "blank slate" pattern:


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Based on the comment it seems that Print is a mandatory step. Have you thought about making it a two-step process? Through the normal next/back flow a step could be Print (Option 1). Once users prints it once, the finish is available to the user. However, you can still give the print option as a third menu for unlimited times printing (Option 2). Also, is ...


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As I read in the question and subsequent comments, it's very clear what the function of each CTA is but not the graphic resolution. In fact, if we omit the function, the question has the same meaning: Where to put three "rectangular" buttons at the bottom of a form? My immediate answer is: if the action is clear and the graphic resolution is not, ...


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According to this article, GeoCities started it. It was really common in the '90s to just copy what the most popular sites were doing: The Geocities homepage link included an animated GIF file that was 88 pixels wide by 31 pixels high. Some users not happy with the default graphic produced modified versions to better fit in with the theme of their page. ...


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Whilst I think this is a bit off an off topic question, there are many things which influence how a font renders: The font file itself, how it was made and what format it's being served in CSS specific adjustments, including, font-size, letting-spacing, line-height, font-weight and emphasis (none of which would typically cause the type of issue you're ...


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Adaptive by PhillipW was an excellent answer. I'm hard pressed to offer a different one. I might also say: "My website respects view preferences." Which would incorporate both size AND light/dark preferences. "My website preserves Theme." I use theme because it seems to be used around the web to refer to Light / Dark mode even though a ...


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A word for the blank: "Adaptive" ? Definition: an ability to change to suit changing conditions ( in this case a user lighting choice )


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