My only suggestion:
Since you're implying that delete has an "alert" connotation with red, following the call to action with green disarms me. I don't feel as though I need to be worried about the implications of the action.
However, I do like that we're asking the user to confirm their decision. So if we're to follow that thought, this is what I would consider a logical step since we're still alerted to performable action.
If this is a poor idea, let me know and I'll crawl back into my design hole. ;)
about 1 year ago
I think this is a great idea - thanks for the feedback. However, I'd like to stick with the green as to me this will always be associated with confirmation.
i just click by mistake delete.. and i see only "Yes" ..
how can i go back or choose "No" ?
Clicking on trash icon is not very intuitive to close the confirmation slider.
An excellent point. I should've thought a bit more into the action, past just what I thought was disarming. :)
yep.. also the first version of Adam Whitcroft have this type of UX issue.
the design looks great.. but i need 2 choices yes/no
why not like this :http://cdpn.io/jtsFq
love love love =)
Is there any js implementation of this?
I love!!!!Can you tell me what font you use it?
5 months ago
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