Whether you’re looking for quick ways to access information, find the right products and services, or simply navigate a website, getting the user experience (UX) right is crucial. Unfortunately, some websites contain bugs or user interface issues that can prevent users from making their desired selections with ease. One such issue experienced by many web users is the presence of additional buttons displayed on the main menu for fullscreen & panic mode, which can be both confusing and intrusive. Fortunately, this issue has now been fixed by a variety of means!
The first step to fixing this problem was identifying the underlying cause. In many cases, it was due to a lack of attention to compatibility across different browsers – if a particular feature fails to work in one browser but works in another for example then it’s likely that an additional button will appear. Once identified, solutions included making sure all elements were rigorously tested and coded correctly; updating any plugins; and ensuring all links are encoding as expected when clicked on.
In addition, UX experts suggested revising text used for these buttons to make instructions clearer and more intuitive, reducing user confusion and enabling them to make their selection easily. Simple changes such as ‘maximize screen’ instead of ‘fullscreen’, or highlighting an ‘exit’ button helped direct users towards their goal quickly without overwhelming them with too much information at once.
Finally – and perhaps most importantly – programmers sought to reformat how these buttons were displayed on-screen. Instead of multiple options in a single row or column cluttering up valuable space on-page they decided to place each option into its own icon so as to reduce distraction and encourage better visual recognition among users of all levels. This way users would be able to immediately identify what they wanted – maximizing screen or exiting page – without having to wade through numerous choices first.
The end result? After successfully implementing these various fixes relating to the additional buttons displayed on the main menu many websites are now free from the risk of confusing visitors with poor UX design. As well as improving usability for regular visitors those who take advantage of fullscreen & panic mode applications too will be grateful for enhanced accessibility helpfully enhanced as a result!