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You say you tried to use the example as inspiration, but to be honest, I don't think you have implemented that "inspiration", and certainly not enough to achieve a similar look. Perhaps it's because you aren't seeing things as a designer does. This isn't really about following any rules, it's about developing an ability to see what makes ...


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This is exceptionally broad and opinion-based. Every designer will have their own opinion. There are no "rules" for what looks good. None. Simply put, you can't quantify "taste" or "beauty" as a set of rules. There's a psychology to every single aspect of a design that will alter perceptions. For example, purely looking at ...


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