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Yehor Haiduk

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How to design better buttons

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How Designs Better Buttons

Make buttons look like buttons. Users should immediately understand which elements are clickable and which are not Each design element requires a decoding effort from the user

Use forms which are usually associated with action. For example, a rectangle is the best option for a button.

Buttons should be located where users can expect to see them.

Do not forget about button's structure. The buttons should match the brand and fit into the interface.

Buttons should be located where users can expect to see them.

The order of the buttons should reflect the nature of the conversation between the user and the system.

Visual or sound feedback. When users click on a button, they expect a corresponding feedback.

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