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While posting an answer on UX.stack (then moved to Graphic Design) I found out I wasn't sure about how to express this:

The Go button size should be bigger and present the best contrast of all since it's the primary one.

1) Is present used correctly? Should I have used another verb instead?
2) Is best the correct adjective for contrast, or would highest be better?
3) Is there anything else to correct in the sentence?

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    High and strong are the usual adjectives with contrast; but I suggest using contrast as a verb: "The GO button should be bigger and contrast most strongly ..." – StoneyB Apr 27 '15 at 14:06
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    @rewobs I agree with StoneyB. I think I might write "The Go button should be bigger and show/have the highest/strongest contrast (of all) since it's the primary one." – Damkerng T. Apr 27 '15 at 15:20
  • Great. You are both invited to post an answer so I can accept it. – Alejandro Veltri Apr 28 '15 at 13:43

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