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In the specific case of MailChimp they have made their framework available for public use here- http://ux.mailchimp.com/patterns/ You will also find nuggets of their design process in their blog articles and if you subscribe to their newsletter. They also warn that it isn't like Twitter Bootstrap and a lot of it has been tailored to have suited their needs. ...


The simplest way in my opinion is simple - underline the link! Since older days when links were invented, they were all underlined and easy to recognise. Underlining was the simplest, most obvious, unambiguous way of displaying links. Then this new trend came in and, for some reason, sites started removing the underlines. Maybe because they were perceived ...

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