The button is one of the fundamentals of your user interface. It allows the user to know that an action is possible and to execute this action. It is an essential intermediary between your user and your application.
When the user clicks on a button, that button performs the action associated with it. It is important to specify to the user the purpose of this button using a label, an image (icon) or both.
To create a button, you can insert an image or create your button from PandaSuite Studio using a vector shape, a text and possibly an icon.
The design of a button meets many conventions and depends on its use (mobile, iOS, Android etc.). To find the right design, don't hesitate to take inspiration from UI kits or go to Dribbble.
💡 Here is a very interesting article that presents the best practices of this UI element: 7 Basic Rules for Button Design (UX Planet)
The button has a default state. You can change the state of this button based on a user action. This is a good way to inform the user that something is happening as a result of his actions.
You can create several states for the same button by varying the design: Normal, In progress, Disabled etc..
To create multiple states of a button, insert the Multi-state component and create your default button inside. Then add as many states as you want by varying the design according to the symbolism.
Add an action
The user commonly taps or clicks on the button to trigger the action.
Select the button and choose the Tap/Click trigger and the action: Go to a screen, Open a pop-up, Open a URL... If you have used the Multi-state component, add another action to change the state of the button.