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  1. Drew Wilson Drew Wilson

    I need your thoughts:
    Do you think the "Deny" button is subdued enough as compared to the "Allow" button?

    Thanks!

    over 2 years ago

  2. Anthony Garand Anthony Garand

    Yes. Mostly because it matches the background gray quite well.

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    over 2 years ago

  3. Mitch Bartlett Mitch Bartlett

    I think everything's fine here, though I'd move both buttons a tiny bit closer together if it was my work.

    Looking great by the way, can't wait to see more!

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    over 2 years ago

  4. Ivan Vanderbyl Ivan Vanderbyl

    My initial thought was that the deny button is disabled.

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    over 2 years ago

  5. Made by Jake Made by Jake

    Really nice, simplicity is the key here. I agree with @Mitch, maybe a half-pixel to the right? ;)

    Once had a client ask me to do just that..

    over 2 years ago

  6. CJ Melegrito CJ Melegrito

    It's very Drew Wilsony.

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    over 2 years ago

  7. Drew Wilson Drew Wilson

    Thanks guys!
    Ya, i think the buttons being a little closer could look good :)

    over 2 years ago

  8. Drew Wilson Drew Wilson

    @CJ.... that's cuz i made it ;)

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    over 2 years ago

  9. Louis Harboe Louis Harboe

    They look pretty equal to me :/

    over 2 years ago

  10. Chuca Chuca

    Strongly agree, even I would switch the position to facilitate the prioritization.

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    over 2 years ago

  11. Corey Haggard Corey Haggard

    I think both have the same the attention call, if that makes sense. In other words, I don't think either one over powers the other. Not sure if that is the intent here. Also as stated above, I think that the buttons could be moved closer together. Looks like they are at about 35 pixels apart, maybe 20 or even 25 pixels would be suffice. Overall, very clean, and I am sure that is the objective.

    over 2 years ago

  12. Will Flagello Will Flagello

    What about making the 'Allow' button blue or green, and the 'Deny' one red, Drew?

    over 2 years ago

  13. Kevin Thompson Kevin Thompson

    I'm with Ivan. Saw it as disabled initially.

    over 2 years ago

  14. Facundo Gonzalez Facundo Gonzalez

    Nice. Can't wait, how much time left till this goes live?

    over 2 years ago

  15. Tomislav Glavaš Tomislav Glavaš

    I would shrink the deny button. Its confusing this way, as I need to think why its darker. And, Id put "Allow" in the middle, and "deny" further to the right.

    over 2 years ago

  16. Sahand Nayebaziz Sahand Nayebaziz

    I like the idea of the deny being smaller than the allow button, so that the allow button becomes a bit stronger already in that sense.

    I do think the allow button sits great, but I also saw the deny button as disabled.

    over 2 years ago

  17. Jan Jan

    looks great. really like the style of those buttons.

    over 2 years ago

  18. Al Abut Al Abut

    Not sure why you're going with two shades of gray (see the previous comments about it looking disabled) instead of the more standard combo of a loud accent color for the primary button (Accept) and gray or white for the secondary (Deny). Or even making the secondary action a link.

    See the Luke W article for visuals:

    http://www.lukew.com/resources/articles/PSactions.asp

    Hope that helps!

    over 2 years ago

  19. Drew Wilson Drew Wilson

    @Al,
    I don't consider "Deny" to be a secondary link. In some cases it might be the option the user WANTS to click.

    over 2 years ago

  20. Al Abut Al Abut

    I guess I inferred that from the fact that they're two different shades? Why not give them equal weight then?

    over 2 years ago

  21. Anders Drage Anders Drage

    Is there particular reason for having the Allow button to the left and not to the right? Having the button to the right makes more sense to me..

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    over 2 years ago

  22. Guillaume Gaubert Guillaume Gaubert

    Yes. But as @andersdrage said, having the "Allow" button at the right makes more sense. Like the alert windows in Mac OS X.

    over 2 years ago

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