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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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Use monospaced fonts to your advantage? Total account Days in the current month Fee = balance x Interest rate % x ------------------------------ as of 12 Jan Full length of service in days Or if you don't want to break up the "terms" over multiple lines, put ...


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For starters, I'd rearrange the rights. Currently menupoints are in 2, 3, 7, 9, 10 and 11. That's kind of scattershot. Second, have similar icons for similar tasks. None of the above mentioned icons have the same symbol reused for 'menupoint'. Is it a menu(point) a folder, a blue box or a grey sphere? Along the same lines, moving menupoints amd articles up/...


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A carousel is a tried and trusted metaphor which has been around for a long time, and you can carousel through all 30 thumbnails if you want. Users will be familiar with this metaphor. The Facebook example shown by @Grafix Guru is not a carousel (clicking takes you to another page where the images are stacked vertically in a scrollable page), however the ...


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Follow the Facebook method. Assume if you have 20 photos to show and you have space of accommodating 5 photos then add '+15' on the the black overlay of the 5th photo thumbnail image. Refer the attached screenshot for more info


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You can add some visual clue showing the icon can be changed. Maybe a little pencil or an arrow


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Although I do not have an example of your layout, I would personally choose top aligned in this case. This will probably give the most visual order and harmony, especially since your paragraph block text is also left aligned (meaning you already have an unconsistent visual area on the right). Compare:



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