Thinking about simplifying the main button and possibly sliding text in on rollover. Thoughts?
about 1 year ago
I think the search icon is intuitive. Not sure about the person glyph for "becoming a coach"
@Krystian Yeah, that is why I was thinking of transitioning in some text on rollover.
I would go with the text. The icons are not meaningful enough. Also the version with text looks much better ;)
@Bill S Kenney: I think that's a great idea since I agree with @Krystian Frencel, having sliding text on rollover will make it easier to understand.
@Enrique Sánchez Yep, but it looks like a "call to action button" to me, so you should see the meaning at the first moment ;)
You are right @Lukas Bugla, I did not see it that way :)
I'm with @Lukas Bugla
While a hover may reveal what the action is, I think the action is of enough importance that shouldn't require a hover to reveal it, but be presented to the user immediately.
Yeah, I'm in agreement with @Lukas Bugla and @Krystian Frencel, the CTA needs to be absolutely direct and hiding it inside a rollover probably isn't the best way to go.
Looks good doe.
I think we (the designer collective) need to be less concerned with rollover effects/text tooltips since hover actions don't exist on the ever-increasing mobile experience. It doesn't mean that the desktop experience can't be pretty...just have to make it simple. Don't make 'em think :)
I agree with everyone and more specifically with @Joshua Krohn. That is a really good point about the mobile space. That button would lose meaning without any interactivity. The text button is the way to go here.
K.I.S.S. not that you are stupid or anything... you get the idea. :)
Agree with most, prefer the text rather than the icons. Studies show that icons fail all the time, especially when they don't have labels associated with them. Why can't our users just think like designers? :0)
Great input!!! Thanks @Alexander @Joshua @Anthony @Roberto
I like the icons but the coach icon could mistaken for a user icon. Maybe try something like a whistle or a stop watch etc.
I like @Ryan Downie's idea - a whistle could work well here. Maybe not a stopwatch, since people might associate that more with digital tools than with actual people. A whistle requires the human element.
You're design skills are awesome!
Just chiming in to echo what's already been said about the icon v. text. I like the simplified look of the icons, but the text is the way to go.
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