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Funny cause I remember as a small child in the late 80's having that grey, black, n' red controller in my hand and my very first thought was "This is so cool! I love it! I wanna play the Ninja Turtle game, that has to ovbiously be the best game in their library (. . .it wasn't, not even close lol) ..but I convinced myself it was being such a biased TMNT ...


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I think the days of strict spacing rules in style guides worked well when the screen sizes and resolutions on devices were not as diverse as it is today. But with responsive web design the main motivations of setting up design systems, it is more advantageous to have design system rules based on proportions and ratios rather than absolute values, because you ...


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To be blunt, this is another example for Apple needlessly creating inconsistencies in their UIs. Consistency is good for our users, because it reduces cognitive overhead in interacting with our applications. In that sense, a button should look like a button should look like a button. Regardless of size, etc. It does make sense to introduce slightly different ...


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I think when button size is small we normally use completely rounded side edges as the side edges of button are too small to make just their corners rounded..When button size is bigger and we want to put more focus on the content inside the button we use rounded corners rectangle button.


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I'm also guessing you have already done something but could help others. You can go back to previous steps in the stepper to edit what you previously had and we have the ability for the user to click the title or an edit icon next to it. However the person providing feedback (director in this case) said that they felt they should look more like full size ...


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