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  • The design principle of highlighting is about using contrasting background colors to accentuate the focus of important words in your landing page copy. In this video, you'll learn how to apply highlighting to focus your visitor's attention on your most important keywords and phrases when they are rapidly scanning your landing page. You'll also learn best practices for how often this design princip...

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  • The design principle of distraction is concerned with eliminating interactive page elements (primarily links) that can distract your visitor's focus, and lead to them clicking away from your landing page and ultimately your intended conversion goal. In this video, you'll learn about Attention Ratio and see data that shows how extra links can hurt your conversion rates.

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  • The design principle of contrast is used to improve the readability and visual clarity of your landing page designs. Having a low contrast ratio between your headline and its background (colors, images, or videos) can create readability issues. This is also common when ghost buttons are used for your call to action. In this video, you'll learn how to use contrast to create more readable landing pa...

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  • The design principle of interruption uses visual breaks and separators to enhance the clarity of your landing page. Visual interruption can be a very effective way to separate information into groups that make comprehension easier and faster. In this video, you'll learn how to purposely break the flow of your landing page to make sections more obvious, and simple graphical lines can have a dramati...

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  • The design principle of overlapping is about using landing page elements that break the boundaries of shapes and sections to create emphasis and direct attention. In this video, you'll see how to use visual design to focus your visitor's attention of certain areas of an image. In this video, you'll learn how to create the classic magnifying glass technique to amplify an area of importance.

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  • In the span of a few weeks in April Facebook completely changed it's tune about whether they had plans to extend GDPR regulations globally to all Facebook users. See why this sets a precedent for GDPR compliance no matter where you're located, and how to make your Unbounce landing pages, popups and sticky bars compliant.

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