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What is best and most efficient tool between Figma and Adobe xd
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Repetition is the recurrence of a design element, commonly utilized in patterns or textures. Repetitive elements can be used in conjunction with other principles to create a design that leads a user’s eye to a focal point, has continuity, or flow. A repetitive element could be repeated lines, shapes, forms, color, or even design elements.
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Faster, native, to use less RAM, like Jira desktop client for Mac
Also, more apps as PWA
On web apps, smaller amount of HTML/CSS/JS, so that apps would load faster.
Also, http://www.nointerface.com/book/ - with no interface, it means that even with voice, less talk, and more automatic useful safe actions that do not require a lot of interaction. For example, have automatically lights on on the room where you are, not elsewhere. When leaving house, automatically lock door, turn off oven, set temperature lower, turn off lights. With software, only ask info once, and only minimal amount of info. And, have automatic safety checks, intrusion detection, disk space low warnings, showing which user is slowing down system with a lot of actions, etc.
Currently problem in hospitals is, that every treatment needs to be written to computer, otherwise it's not done. Requirement to input manually should be minimized.
I believe we are going to plateau with the kind of designs for the more mature mediums. As @kinderminder mentioned, new mediums like voice and gestures in space will have a steep design curve because people havent settled on things they like and everyone is experimenting.
But with mature mediums like Screens and touch interfaces they wont or rather cant change. I say this because of "habit" . People have gotten used to specific flows and visual cues like the back arrow or chevron on the top left or the hamburger menu showing something hidden etc. Anything that does not conform to those standards are automatically branded "Weird". This is also caused due to major corporations creating design systems and languages like material guidelines or human interfaces etc that every other designer has to follow to allow for those customers to use the designers product with as little friction as possible
I am not saying innovation wont happen. It will just be within the confines of what exists as opposed to what is possible.
I would wish that PWA would work better
on all mobiles
Also problem is, that there is always new browser versions, and in those existing working features do get broken
Apple does not allow full Chrome and Firefox on iOS
So Wekan would need workarounds to work on mobile Safari