The readability of the Facebook icon makes it difficult to quickly identify. Perhaps a white " f " ?
about 1 year ago
Yes, good point - I have a version with the F in white... and another that simply uses the "Thumbs up". These will likely be fixed on the page, so trying to balance the prominence of the visual with the constant of it's position.
Isn't it against Facebook rules to use different Like/share buttons?
Not sure - though this concept is based on seeing other products who have done so. Google+ does not allow any tweaking. This continues to be a major pet peeve of mine. Social platforms each have a variation on their button, click count bubble, stroke font etc.
Give folks on the media sites a break! we want to make it easy for our users to share content... but geeez - we also would like to focus on a good and branded experience for our products
Really clean Marc. Only 1 thought of mine, on first glance the comments counter (since it points down to the share links) felt like it was a counter adding up all the shares below it, kind of like how Mashable does with their "M Share" counter. However quickly I figured out that was the case, but just thought I would note that.
Shane - interesting point. Had not considered that. I may play with changing the comment count bubble. A simple change may help that out~ Thanks for the input :)
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