49 bookmarks. First posted by paulhhowells march 2017.
"under normal circumstances there are lots of reasons to avoid pinny any kind of toolbar to the top or bottom of small-screen browsers. But for social buttons, it’s multiplied by the stark fact that most users simply don’t want to use your custom buttons in the first place"social_network share button UX mobile clevermarks
12 weeks ago by nhoizey
To be clear: people do share a ton of webpages to those services from mobile devices, but it happens through other means—using browsers’ built-in sharing tools or copying the URL directly into a social post. Mobile users have established their own sharing habits, in other words, and for the vast majority, those habits don’t involve share buttons embedded in the page canvas.march 2017 by jamesacklin
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