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Buttons are used to initiate actions within an application, website, or other digital experience. Their labels clearly describe the action they trigger.


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PublishedElement can be used in production

What's new

The button component has been redesigned to the updated font ramp and color palette, in addition to accessibility enhancements, and now includes four sizes.

When to use

Buttons are clickable interface components that initiate an action or trigger a change in state. They are not decorative elements. Instead, they direct users to complete important goals within an experience.

ComponentUse case
ButtonUse to trigger an action on a page or to complete tasks in other components, such as forms and modals. Exception: “Back” and “Next” buttons may be used to navigate a guided experience.
LinkUse to navigate a user to another page or website, another place on the same page, or to open a link in a new tab.


The parts of a button, labeled 1 through 3.

Buttons can contain up to three elements:

  1. Button container: primary element that holds content, color, and icons.
  2. Icon: optional icon.
  3. Label: short, call-to-action text.


Design accessibility checklist

Review the Dell Accessibility team's checklist for links.

Large Links, Buttons, and Controls

Learn about accessible controls.