Day 2 of #100daysofux

Have a strong eye for detail

From what I’ve learnt from cantunsee.space, having a really good eye for detail is key in improving your designs.

The key words I took from this game were:

  • Border Radius
  • Size
  • Image resolution
  • Placeholder
  • Title Tracking
  • Button padding
  • Separator line length
  • TYPO
  • Shadow
  • Positioning
  • Font weight
  • Typography
  • Shapes
  • Alignment

Remind yourself of these words when you are designing your UI. It will come in handy and helps you to spot your own mistake when designing them.

At the end of the day, it all boils down to practice. Cantunsee is a good website to go once in a while to sharpen your eye for details.

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