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Nov
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comment What is a better way to present two elements with “load more” function
I'm not sure why this question got downvoted three times... seems like a good question to me. They've outlined a design problem clearly, and they've explained what they're trying to achieve and why what they've tried doesn't cut it.
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comment What is a better way to present two elements with “load more” function
@Bakabaka The website-design tag suggests it's for a website, which could be used on either desktop or mobile. Not sure why it's that important a distinction - a good site should be usable and intuitive on desktop and mobile even if it has separate 'mobile' and 'desktop' views - especially with there being a growing number of 'in between' devices.
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comment How come my link is overlooked?
The simple answer is: people see and recognise a form to fill in, work through the form from top to bottom focusing on the form, and never look anywhere else on the page because forms normally go from top to bottom.
Nov
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revised This fabric-like twist effect can be done only in illustrator?
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answered This fabric-like twist effect can be done only in illustrator?
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revised Opening PDF in Illustrator breaks up text objects
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Nov
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comment How to use Macbook Air's trackback to click Illustrator icons under the top icon?
Why can't you just hold down on the icons the usual way?
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revised What kind of illustration and how I can achieve this “effect”?
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comment Antonym of Pastel Color Space (Color Scheme?)
"Pastel" is usually used when talking about paints and other physical colours, and usually implies a subdued matt finish as well as paler (lighter, less saturated) colours. "Vibrant" or maybe "vivid" or "gloss" might be a sort-of opposite here - but there's more to these than adding black. You can't control how matt or gloss (flat or shiny) the viewer's screen is, so "pastel" vs "vibrant" doesn't work so well RGB for colours on a screen. "Tint" is usually more appropriate than "pastel" (though "pastel" will still be understood).
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