This is part 3 of a 3-part series. Here’s part 1and part 2.
In Buttons shouldn’t have a hand cursor I explained that the hand (or pointer) cursor doesn’t mean clickable and that it’s meant to signify a link.
Originally published on my blog.
Many of the components we design for the web are made to save space. It’s interesting that we work so hard to save space on a medium where we have infinite space to work with.
(This is something I first sent out to my private mailing list.)
Toward the end of writing my upcoming book (Form Design Patterns in case you didn’t know), I had to attribute…