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HSB, because it adheres better to the 'natural' way people perceive color. RGB is a problem for most people. They don't get how to mix yellow from red and green, for instance. That said, a color circle (H) with two sliders (S and B) may be better. But it takes up more space in the UI. Can you afford that? Another option, which could make a lot of sense, ...


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Well, there are at least two solutions coming to my mind, maybe one of them could be helpful for you: 1 Placing back button and humburger icon on the left side - it's not a bad idea, I use a few apps which provide this solutions and I don't encounter any problems with clickable area. I suppose even clumsy finger user could click right button. Placing ...


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In Android there's no separate button which says "Edit Picture". You tap on the image to add a photo. But on iOS and some other mobile apps there's an "Edit" button available. I'm an Android user and I didn't find any problems with the missing "Edit" button. But as @jgthms mentioned in some cases people will interpret this as a "View Full Image" rather than ...


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I personally prefer selecting from a color wheel. One advantage of a color wheel is that you can leave markers from other color choices visible on the wheel itself. That way if I'm trying to come up with a complement, I can quickly look to the opposite side to pick the trim color. Or I can gauge if my three main color choices are about 120 degrees apart. ...



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