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here are a couple of things that stand out to me: I think the color scheme, especially the orange color used for some buttons and text, could use some work. There are a lot of colors going on in the pages, which makes sense to create a "playful" feel for the site, but the saturation on the orange buttons is too high compared to the rest of the ...


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When used distinctly, layout refers to spatial distribution of components: you just need the components' dimension and (absolute) position in the page to build a layout. In this case of use, design encompasses layout and rest of questions related to desired display.


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Not possible with Figma natively at this moment but there's a workaround. If you check the Prototype tab you'll see that on the Trigger section there's no scroll option. So you can't set a change to happen when a user scrolls your prototype. (I'm not sure if there are any plans to add a scroll trigger in the future). You can find more info on how to use ...


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See now me, I would've done a "standard" symbology wrapped into a black circle to keep your figure-ground consistency. Then again, this kind of thing is very specifically up my alley anyway - architectural illustration / graphics. Something perhaps along this direction, but better developed (this was ~ 4 minutes) and more carefully matched to the website ...


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You want to use recognisable icons so the user immediately recognises the information, and can also associate it with the same information on multiple listings.


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No, there is not one standard SMS icon at this point in time. I think variations of a chat bubble is the closest, with SMS inside or a phone icon behind the bubble if you need that much clarity.


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try using an envelop icon, this is the worldwide known message icon.


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