Action button

Action buttons serve as triggers for specific actions, such as submitting a form, confirming a decision, or initiating a process. They are essential for guiding users through workflows and ensuring a seamless user experience. Action buttons are made to look different from each other so that they can be easily recognized, typically using color, size, or placement, to draw attention and indicate their purpose. They are often positioned strategically within an interface, enabling users to easily locate and interact with them when needed. By standardizing the appearance and behavior of Action buttons, teams ensures a cohesive and intuitive user interface, improving usability and reducing cognitive load.