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Discussion on: Glassmorphism: The UI Design Trend of 2021

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Harsh Singh Author • Edited on

Interesting. I didn't know they were used back in mid 2000s probably because I wasn't born back then. But I agree with the rest, I don't think in most cases it would be the most genius idea to put this effect on text, buttons, etc. Rather just maybe a few background styling elements, cards, banners, etc.

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Andrew MacNeill • Edited on

Accessibility should always be a critical part of any new design. If it’s not obvious of the intent, people may think there is something wrong with their eyes. This is different than simply switching from light to dark mode - we once misunderstood a complaint for contrast issues when in fact, it was simply on font choices due to blurring.

But on a different note, great walkthrough