Use buttons to initiate actions. Users tap the button to initiate the action.
Use clear, concise labels.
Use single-word labels where possible.
Use verbs that describe the associated action, such as "Cancel," "Delete," or "Save".
Use an icon instead of text if space is limited and the icon is easily understandable in the context.
Use check boxes when users can select multiple items or options. Users tap a check box to select or clear it.
You can use check boxes to allow users to select items before applying an action. For example, users can select multiple
pictures and then delete them. If you have only a few options to present to the user, consider using toggle switches instead.