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The full width image is totally fine, but it should complete the message. With a landing page everything should be clear at a glance and there should be a clear call to action for the user. I think in this landing page there are some things that you should consider, so apologize if my answer will be a little bit out of topic, but I think those are the ...


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Is it possible for the app to add the IMAGE placeholder automatically at the point the user selected to add an image? In other words, whenever I wanted to add an image, I would expect the app to add the IMAGE placeholder for me at the current location of my cursor (and most likely, the desired location for my image).


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You will need to put instructions because this is not known interaction. The instructions do not need to persist for all time in your UI - you can use on-boarding techniques to provide a very short tutorial the first time someone uses the app (and you would also need to provide a way to re-run the tutorial, just in case someone needs a refresher).


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Seems about right As long as the programmers know how to deal with high-density retina displays, this size (or even slightly bigger) shouldn't be an issue. Of course, as long as we're talking about JPG files like photos with fine details. Otherwise, if your images are vector based, you could (should) use SVG files. What your programmers seem to be missing ...


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350KB is too much for a single image and it is not good ballance. As a rule of thumb you should not exceed 100Kb per image (think about people with really slow internet). Suggested density of the pictures for the web is 72 DPI. Majority of users have laptop resolutions, such as 1366x768. Most used desktop resolution is 1920x1080 which means that picture ...


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You should use a long description or preferrably MathML. Here's more info. http://accessibility.psu.edu/math/



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