you’re right, my post is missing the point: slight_smile:
the page layout is based on two columns.
The first design displayed, at the end of those columns, two CTAs.
We tested this view with mock data and the size of the columns. in terms of height, was consistent so the two CTAs we more or less aligned.
In production, with the real data, the situation is different. We noticed the size of the columns is extremely inconsistent (most of the case the left column is the double in terms of height of the right one).
Very often when the user lands on this page, she/he is not able to see the CTA of the left column because of the scroll.
We were looking for a UI fix how to keep the CTAs aligned no matter the size of the columns.
We designed two options:
*option 1 - we heavily rely on the counter at the top of the column to help users to understand that there’s more content below the fold
- option 2 - we placed the CTAs at the top of the section to allow users, at the first glance, to react on the buttons
my questions are:
- which one is the most user-friendly option?
- do u already experienced this kind of problem (two columns layout)?
I hope it’s easier to understand now…