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TridentBase says

Hi guys,

Is it necessary that the same category pages should have to be identical ? That means suppose if I want to make a business page which may have 3 types, is it needed that the items on the page have to be of same design?

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charlie4282 Moderator says

no but it may look inconsistent if they are not – it comes down to your design capability and making it work

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TridentBase says

no but it may look inconsistent if they are not – it comes down to your design capability and making it work

Inconsistent? Can you please elaborate? By the way, thanks for replying soon! :)

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charlie4282 Moderator says

If it is the same category the expectation would be consistency in design – i.e. it looks the same through each page as opposed to say 3 columns on one page and then 5 columns on the next and so on

Its not a requirement but from a user experience point of view you need to make it look “sensible”

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TridentBase says

If it is the same category the expectation would be consistency in design – i.e. it looks the same through each page as opposed to say 3 columns on one page and then 5 columns on the next and so on

Its not a requirement but from a user experience point of view you need to make it look “sensible”

Let’s just say, I have a business page which has a progress bar. So if I skip that in another business page, will it break consistency?

And sometimes while designing the PSD it happens that the item is like 279px in hight or the total canvas size is weird like 2794px. or there is a one pixel fault in margin, the reviewer is gonna reject the item, right?

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charlie4282 Moderator says

No leaving something like that out is ok I was referring to mass visual differences in core structure layout not so much elements

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