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Here some examples: Icons mediamarkt.de Color levi.com Typographic style adidas.co.uk Relevant info stackoverflow Product Logo hebo.com Mascot seek.com Figure/ground publitas.com Tagline esky.co.uk


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I've always been amazed by search bars with built-in filters, like the Discord search bar. By default, the search bar will help you search for specific words in all messages, but with the built-in filter options you can search for words or all messages (if left empty) from specific members, in specific channels, with specific criteria. In this case, in the ...


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A gradient is a double-edged sword and not that hard to control. The formula is simple: YES when the gradient contributes to the final result of the product NOT when it's a gimmick The second case not only adds nothing to the design, it makes it worse. The captures seem to be of applications of habitual use and quite profuse in graphic elements. I would ...


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I find your question very interesting, and if you don't find the right answer, I would invite you to develop your own study and publish it. I see the three examples you put refer to the use of color and based on this I found some more elements to add to the list. Although not all of them may be the wanted ones, from some you can get more information. ...


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