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Make Cards Look Clickable
Make Cards Look Clickable

Make Cards Look Clickable


In many cases, cards fail to indicate that they're clickable.

Designers omit CTA buttons and only count on the user's experience or/and, hover effects.

In design, it's always a good practice to never leave things on user imagination.

Instead use an actionable button to prompt clickability and describe the action.

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Avoid Fullwidth Paragraphs

Long lines can bore users and create readability problems. Fix it by limiting the line's width between 500px and 700px. Instead of pixels, you can restrict the character number per line as well. In CSS, it's easy to set this up by using the "ch" unit: `10ch is x10 times the width of the character 0`


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