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Which one do you prefer ? You are slated with an issue of integrating form and function (aren't we all). From a purely aesthetic viewpoint, I prefer # 3 or # 4. I find # 1 and # 2 to be very distracting with all the different colors- especially the lime green button on # 1- it does not seem to go with that more pastel color palette. The highly contrasting ...


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I think this amounts to the level of construction and visual complexity you want for any particular web build at any particular resolution of display. It is entirely possible to use 1 image for every possible screen resolution. You can use 1 small image and let it look poor on more 4k/retina screens. Or you can use 1 large image and let it slow load times ...


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Great question, to be honest! The industry running... Skeuomorphism -> Flat -> Material design -> ... What next? I'm happy to see more 3d getting back to our life. Seems this become trendy back, but we need more and more concepts in portfolios with the proper keywords to make it visible. I would call the like: Shadow-flat design ui kit -Or- Deep-...


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I don't think there's a specific name for this kind of shape, however you could do something similar with Bézier curves in almost any vector software. Start with a normal rounded rectangle (i.e. rounded by radius), and pull the Bézier handles out horizontally and vertically, perhaps using a grid to make sure it's exact, and repeat for each corner. This ...


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Keeping it simple, and without any actual text.... ...a black, right-pointing, arrow (intuitively meaning "next")... ...... and a grey check mark (intuitively meaning "done")... Although.. I'd also maybe want to alter the text at the top and screen that back as well.... As for "other areas" outlined in the question.. I'd ...


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