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There are books and books about good practice in data visualisation. It sounds like you're showing detailed data to professional audiences in a dashboard-like context, so I'd suggest Information Dashboard Design by Stephen Few - the latest edition of which includes design for mobile devices. It's a good book with clear practical advice. (be warned though ...
In Photoshop, take a new document. Use Pixels as Units. Use the 1920x1080 as your document size.
I would prefer "Grouping" before doing any layout. group the similar elements together according the the function and the main "element" you represent. the post is the most important thing in that layout comes next the name and image then the helping tools like like share and comment, all are helpful tools for user participation, but they are not the main ...
Personally, I agree with DA that whitespace is most useful here, and maybe just increasing that will be enough. A few other possible options: Use a thicker line between the posts, and then use a thin line like the existing one to separate the post content from options. Use a background colour such as grey, or the other colour in your scheme, on the post ...
Design is looking well as it is, but if you want more integrated and visually distinct design for options(up-arrow,down-arrow,like,comments), "Just put all options at right side".
This is a question that should actually be more on the CSS side of SE, but I'll post the answer regardless. Fonts on mobile devices are rendered differently than fonts on desktops. The rendering engines use different metrics to calculate the size of the font. This is so that phones can take outdated content (5 year old web page) and attempt to make it ...
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