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Universities (as with very large corporations) have many departments and I rarely have come across a use-case where informing users that they are going to a new section was necessary. Assuming your users are logged in then I would recommend a seamless transition to the faculty intranet. I assume that, by design or otherwise, the intranet will have a ...


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While this is quite subjective, there are some guidelines on color based on frameworks or design philosophies. A very common one nowadays is Material Design Colors, which basically uses a primary color, a secondary color, and an accent, mixed with shades and tints. Similarly, Apple Color Guidelines are a must read resource since it has more theory, which in ...


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The modal part looks correct, although more info is needed. For example, if you're simply adding the summary data to a data container (in this case a modal) you could simply use a box container and drag and drop the summary data (buttons? Text? Actions?) As for your other elements, they are tabbed content. The first one even shows a vertical tabbed content ...



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