Why put a 'button' in if the entire thing's click-able?

  • 9
    They want to make absolutely sure you don't miss it
  • 7
    A. It's not like the button is not clickable?
    B. It emphasises the point that it is clickable, otherwise may look like a header banner?
    C. Meh idk!
  • 3
    UX man, is easier to click the whole thing and a button looks good. I know...
  • 0
    Because "reasons"
  • 5
    The best part is, when the button does a different thing, then the clickable whole area.
  • 1
    @Lalike1987 that would be some real weird fuckery
  • 0
    Call to actions are not about you clicking it, it's about knowing what you should do when you see one. People will still click the button when they otherwise would have not clicked anywhere at all.
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