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I have to deal with this somewhat regularly, with input from designers wanting things to break a certain way. I've found the most straightforward way to do this is to put a span with a class inside the text, and then have that span be display: block; for the media queries. So it would look something like this: <p>This is some text and I want <...


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Look, if your aim is to be more consistent. Then you need to be consistent, yes this means you stick to whatever rules you have set out. If on the otherhand you feel that you dont need consistency then by all means use whatever size you feel appropriate. If this works for your users (it is not about you) then no problem. You simply can not have both ways. ...


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I don't use Figma, however there are online services (such as cloudconvert) which can convert a web page from a URL to a PDF which can contain both vector and raster images. I think there are also some browser plugins which allow you to save a web page as a PDF. And if Figma allows import of PDFs, that route might work for you. Here's an example (sorry, but ...


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First screenshot looks better. Titles need some space around to separate from the rest of the content and interface elements. That title is the main element on the page and should be allowed space to stand out, as a reader's eyes will jump back and forth between ↔ logo ↔ title ↔ button ↔ so you can't stick these too close together. Don't be afraid of ...


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