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Apple has the iOS Human Interface Guidelines, which set some limitations on design but they shouldn't prevent you from implementing material design in your app. The only real limitations you have to implementing material design on iOS are technical. The built-in iOS UI elements have varying levels of possible customization. Some are limited to changing ...


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Styles before symbols Your best bet is to use styles rather than symbols for most layout units. Where the is a good reason to use a symbol (eg global nav), the component items of that symbol should use a style that is synced across files. Plug-ins fill in the gaps For the synchronization, I'll have to do some research and get back to you. There is a plug-...


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What values should I set my page border to? For icons, buttons and pretty much any other assets you should include only the minimal padding in the image itself. The rest should be done programmatically within Android, e.g. by using padding and margin in your layout. I usually add the image padding with a transparent rectangle that is grouped with the ...


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Making your own limited exporter should be pretty easy if you know how to loop each shape and vertex. Now I personally can not help you with Sketch or Affinity editor since I have neither. But this is quite trivial to do in illustrator. On the other hand some tools like morphSVG will automatically fix these things for you. Though i do get that sometimes the ...


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I don't know of any specific tool that will help you, but assuming the SVGs aren't overly complex I would just create the second by manually editing the first. Create your first SVG and save. Duplicate the file. Open and create your second SVG by only editing existing anchor points. As long as you aren't adding any more shapes or anchor points the number ...


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The Material Design Guidelines are, as the name suggests, Guidelines. They are not concrete rules that you need to live and die by, they are an attempt to achieve a consistent visual language. If something in the guidelines is causing issues with your design—don't do it. It's as simple as that. The same as any other design tool, it is meant to aid you and ...



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