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Having a distinct outline helps a lot with icons. You could change the orientation of the key to represent the 4 different colours (i.e. change colour and orientation). Something like this should be distinct enough:


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Phrases like... add some wow! make it pop! needs more pizazz! ...mean absolutely nothing other than the client is looking at something that doesn't meet their expectations that are in their mind. It also typically comes from clients that are treating their web pages as pieces of art they'd hang up in a dining room rather than as usable tools that their ...


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A recent (2013) paper from the information visualization community looked at a related problem, namely: "What makes a visualization memorable?" They reasoned that: "knowing what makes a visualization memorable is a step towards answering higher level questions like "What makes a visualization engaging?" or "What makes a visualization effective?" ...


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Funnily enough, here is an infographic on why info-graphics are successful in todays web space, with some actual statistics behind it: http://neomam.com/interactive/13reasons/ However in summary they are utilized extensively because: Infographics are simple (no danger of information overload) Infographics are visually appealing (more appealing so more ...


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If you value social authentication more than the regular approach, it's better to have social log in logos as CTAs (buttons instead of only logos; e.g. Airbnb), and at the top. Also, studies has shown that labels for input fields perform the best at the top of its respective field. I'd prefer having placeholders to save space. I would also suggest you to ...


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The vertical spacing between rows is small enough to make the whole thing blur together as "one thing" when first looking at it - it's only after some examination that I realize that there's three major options at the top level that I need to choose from. Furthermore, the wide horizontal spacing between LinkedIn and Yahoo makes it seem like "Google LinkedIn" ...


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Computer graphics simply refers to graphics created and viewed using computers, so that is simplest. For User Experience (UX), User Interface/Interaction (UI), Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and related terms, the following diagram from this quora question may help: The diagram is not definitive, but it's pretty helpful. HCI is the practice and ...


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HCI- Human computer interaction UX - User experience Graphics (in this sense) - visual display elements The link between these three when it comes to a product is simple: the user experience is based on how the user interacts with the device (typically some sort of computer, though not always). Visual elements displayed provide feedback and feeling to ...



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