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You are overcomplicating things. You define a monthly subscription fee/service not by when it occurs, but by how often. I would suggest, rather than looking for a specific day within each month, i.e. 17th, 29th, 31st of the month; instead we use an offset from the start of the month. We know that there are 12 months in a year, and each month starts on the ...
1 kilobyte (kB) is 1000 bytes 1 kilobyte (KB) is 1024 bytes (some confusion) To address this confusion 1024 bytes are called a kibibyte(i.e., kilo binary byte) or 1 KiB. Google unit converter reference
Generally: when it's good enough for YOU UX is very different from mathematics, because axiomatic mathematical truths are invariant to circumstances and context whereas UX is highly dependent on circumstances and context. Therefore, a UX practice or technique may be conventional enough for one situation (or designer) but not conventional enough for ...
Think that trends do tend to happen regardless of the patterns usability. This is simply because they became popular when someone created a great website or app with it, and soon enough other designers thought it was cool and started using it in their projects. Also there are endless lists over the internet called something like "top UX trends you shouldn't ...
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