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Aside from the debate over speed or ease of reading or comprehension, the use of ALL CAPS can cause confusion. This is especially so in industries where use of acronyms is prevalent, such as Software Development and Telecommunications. An example is the Video sector where processes, projects, channel names, package names, site names, and acronyms are used in ...


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What you already have is good. Listing a few things that may help improve – Align text to left, so that both text and buttons are aligned. Increase whitespace around the content to make it look more centered. Use text-link for the secondary CTA. This will improve focus on the primary and maintain content alignment.


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Depending on the context like what devices and orientation this app is supposed to run on, I'd pick the safest option and have a known mobile pattern where all of your content is laid down from the top, starting with the image header. What you have shown here is more like a website layout and that's not something people would expect when downloading & ...


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In terms of consistency, you can think about it at the data level (i.e. same type of data in the table, same type of alignment) or you can consider it at the table level (i.e. put the columns with similar data types together so it looks more organized). Of course, you should also take into consideration the logical structure or flow of the information (e.g. ...


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Keep the numbers right aligned, as the purpose is often sorting and comparing magnitude. Tables excel at scanning. From material design: Data tables display information in a grid-like format of rows and columns. They organize information in a way that’s easy to scan, so that users can look for patterns and insights. To support scanning (and comparison),...


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