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I'm not a web designer but it seems to me that the problem here is that even if the container fills the height - there's still an awful lot of empty space to fill. The eye needs to be drawn away from that empty space - you can do that by shading the background so it's lighter at the top. Also your form is left aligned - it might help to centre align it away ...


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To expand on my comment of white space, here's a really quick visual of what I was getting at: The idea is to give the elements some room. Don't crowd everything up to the margins. I also gave it a larger SAVE button and made the cancel button (secondary action) less equal in visual weight. There are a lot of other issues that need to be addressed...the ...


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The screen is like a canvas of a painter. Why would you only use a fraction of the canvas? Imagine a person, looking at the image above. Do they say, "Oh that looks nice..it's like they made the page with some love."? Or do they think it's ugly and just a form? Use bigger form elements, make the screen liquid. Make a container that looks nice. Be ...


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I think that there are good arguments both ways. On the one hand, if you are developing a site then the fact it is e-learning is irrelevant - it is still a web site, and the web site rules apply. On the other hand, e-learning is a very constrained type of site - in essence, you are siaplying a set of images or videos to a user, which they can do some ...



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