Always use button labels that are clear and meaningful to the user. Button labels inspire the users to take action. To indicate what a button will do, use the function as the label of the button.
When users read the button labels like Save, Preview, and Publish, they know exactly what the button will do when pressed. For more tips on button labels, see this article.
To learn more on how to design better experiences, consider the Interaction Design Foundation’s online courses on Interaction Design for Usability.
Apart from courses, webinars, and bootcamps, the Interaction Design Foundation is also home to the biggest and most authoritative library of open-source UX Design Resources. Check out the free UX Literature here.
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