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In my app I have a card that looks like so:

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In which I want to highlight to the user certain values when, for example, there is less than a day left, the card is less than a kilometer away or when it is free.

I don't find a way of highlighting a value while keeping a cohesive design.

Things I came up with (Given that gradients are a common theme in my app):

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  • I suppose you could consider highlighting the entire card too in some way. Like for example a colored border or something. – Joonas Nov 5 '18 at 6:45
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I would choose to be clear and prominent in highlighting.

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Sample color is irrelevant. Alter to fit the app theme.

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In the same way that I pointed out in this answer, the color codes are very striking but equally complicated, there are people who don't distinguish them, especially in text. I think that if it's an important information it should be accompanied by a formal highlight in addition to the color.

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  • Background the entire text area using the gradient for those 'close by/expiring soon/free' offer cards. Or white background, but with a thick gradient border around the entire card including photo. Basicly the 'highlight' offers card.
  • Background white for over 1 km or longer expiration date or paid offers. The 'normal' offers card.
  • Introduce 3 icons for distance, time, price.
  • Use a different font combination, look at the typography in some popular apps.

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