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Posts posted by Guppy

    • Well, what kind of style do you prefer?
      • Hate metro UI, I'm a fan of material UI.
    • What kind of colors do you prefer?
      • Anything works, as long as they match and contrast well.
    • Which is your preference?
      • About me and such are okay, as long as they're not too tacky, large, and unnecessary.
    • You prefer profiles/chats that are clean (with fewer images and more CSS) or more images and less CSS?
      • Clean and simple. Too many images make it look messy (if used incorrectly). My opinion: less is more.
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  2. Each piece in your designs seems like they have been 'slapped' onto the background. Try to blend them together using layer styles, effects, and other ways to enhance your graphics.

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  3. Note: This is my opinion. You don't have to do anything I say, this is just what I've learned and observed from designing.

    • Everything is far too dark. Switch it up a bit with some light and dark spots in your background.
    • The contrast between the text and the background is too low, try adding some effects to spice it up.
    • Don't do a gradient stroke, it's tacky and doesn't look all too good, as it makes the top part easy to read, but the bottom part fades out, making an imbalance.
    • Scanlines (the pixelated grid) are also tacky, I have no idea why anyone would use them.
    • Try adding more 'backgrounds/effects' you use in your backgrounds to make each one unique. Right now, each one looks very similar, just with different colors and fonts.
    • I've been doing the 'no template' backgrounds, which makes it infinitely simpler to design, as you don't have to worry about anything getting in the way of borders, smiley bar, etc.
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