OKCancel or CancelOK The Trouble With Buttons

OK-Cancel or Cancel-OK? The Trouble With Buttons
OK-Cancel or Cancel-OK? The Trouble With Buttons

We get countless questions about small details in UI design that don’t matter much to the overall user experience. One classic is the order of buttons in dialog boxes:

  • OK / Cancel
  • Cancel / OK

Both are reasonable choices, and people can argue for hours about their preferences:

  • Listing OK first supports the natural reading order in English and other languages that read left-to-right. Many other button sets have a natural progression (say, Yes / No or Previous / Next). You should always list these so that the reading order matches the logical order — in this case, OK / Cancel. Further, assuming users need OK much more frequently than...





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