The green glow is a real nice color
8 months ago
to be honest this can cause confusion on where user need to click. whether the radio button or the button it self. But the idea is interesting :)
@Bady Either or would work.
@Bady I think I disagree with you on this one. I think making the radio button a whole button is pretty smart. I do believe wherever you click within that button will make a selection, so don't you think it would be actually better to click on a larger button to select rather than a small radio button thingy?
@Kerem Suer Hit the nail on the head :) cc: @Bady
@James ✌ @Karem Suer I get that, thats why I said interesting. Just wondering will it cause a longer time to think which one I should click at first glance.
And I'd prefer to change the radio button to something like check mark. But that's just me hehe... otherwise it's still interesting guys :)
Good stuff dude!
Looking good man!
I like the way this looks, very clean and a unique approach. But, I wonder—if the user is presented with a binary choice, is it necessary to include the radio button to designate a selection? Furthermore, if this pattern is used in applications that include more than two options what would that look like? A segmented control with radio buttons or a vertical list of these buttons?
That said, I have to reiterate that I really like the way it looks. Those questions just came to mind.
hey @Bady @Kerem Suer is right also i think @James ✌ made radio buttons coz user can make one selection in both of them so checkbox means user can check both and _______ fill in the blank lOLZz! :)
option1. > keep posting your suggestions
option2. > fly straight
option3. > shut up
option4. > love u
what botters me is more the controlception
Yo dawg! I heard you like radio's in buttons, so I'll put a radio in your button so you can now click a button while you're pressing a radio.
I think Bady made a great argument by saying to change the radio to a checkmark/indicator or something. It isn't really neccesary to have the radio inside it.
Looks great as well but i'm not a big fan of radio buttons and checkmarks inside of buttons.
I think you nailed the buttons, like big time. Putting a radio button inside this segmented control solves the problem of knowing what button is pressed and which isn't. The only downside I see is, like @Bady said, users will maybe try to reach for the radio part first (only to realize that everything is clickable).
love you @Daryl Ginn :)
@Kevin Tunc I think it would be simpler just to have plain buttons that remain depressed once the user has clicked/tapped it. But then they might not look as visually interesting I guess.
Shouldn't the Expiry month dropdown menu be a list of numbers instead of month abreviations? If I look at my credit card I see only numbers for the expiration date and I suppose it's like that for every other card in the world, so matching numbers from the card to numbers in the two dropdowns would be faster for the user (and would also probably avoid many errors).
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