A pure CSS button I made for work. I'm putting it on an online order form for our employees. Since 90%* of our employees are set up with Windows, I wanted to do something inspired by the native button designs.
*not an actual statistic**
**I'm rounding, sue me
almost 2 years ago
I like the colours, except one - the active state for the text. It's almost unreadable, and I guess if someone's already clicked the button, they must know what it says, but I feel as though a deep red or a dark grey would be better presented than a red that almost merges in the BG.
Thanks for the feedback @Phil Stringfellow! I've attached the new version of it above. I made the text a little more readable, while still keeping some of that red in there.
It's definitely something that makes the button actions feel less jumpy/jarring; thanks again for the suggestion!
@Tyler Corbett Much better, more readable :)
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