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Seeking Advice: Assigning Distinct Colors to Entities in an E-commerce Platform

I wouldn't use different colors for different taxonomies. However, I think it's acceptable to use different colors within the same items of a given taxonomy, particularly posts or products. We ...
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Seeking Advice: Assigning Distinct Colors to Entities in an E-commerce Platform

The problem is not the number of colors to use, but how these colors are implemented. In other words, if in addition to the corporate colors you try to create a color identification system for the ...
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Seeking Advice: Assigning Distinct Colors to Entities in an E-commerce Platform

There are lots of reasons why most brand guidelines keep their colour palette to a small set (at least when it comes to primary colours). It is quite unusual to see colours take up a large proportion ...
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Any advice on which UX research methods to use?

If this is about an existing website and you've got Analytics set up, you already have lots of info. Starting with that is smart—it'll hand you insights from real users way faster. Then, move on to a ...
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Difference between showing items in the list or in the gallery

Expanding on Ahsan's answer: The gallery view is better with highly visual content, in contexts where your users want to browse through numerous options quickly, without much details distracting them....
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Difference between showing items in the list or in the gallery

The main advantage of showing it as a list is that its more easy to compare with each other. The eyes can scan the cards more easily. Gallery option is good if you have big images of the products you ...
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