At dev on the buttons the light red is the main "call for action", "default action", primary background color button. The dark red is the secondary background color button.
When I edit/create an event in the calendar on dev.t.o at the bottom, this is what I see:
Due to the placement buttons and the fact that there is 2 default action (primary color) the preview button seems to be the "default" one. That’s wrong UX.
"Save" should be the first (start - left direction) and only primary, "Preview" and "Copy to a new events" should come after with both secondary colors.
This is the same (worst) when editing a page at t.o (cancel doesn’t look like a "cancel" button, it is secondary):
When I edit a tracker item this is what I have:
The order is good but "Rename" and "Write together" have wrong colors. They should use the secondary color. (also the Lock button not shown here is primary color).
We should carefully design our buttons for a better UX.
Those elements a critical for new user approaching Tiki and partly explain why people feel uncomfortable and confused with Tiki.
Saying that Tiki is too big and there is too many options is just another way to say that the interface is too confusing. 😉
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