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Material Design Cards ? How cool is that !


The content discusses the importance of hierarchy in card design and how it can direct users' attention to the most important information. It also emphasizes the use of images in cards and how their size and placement should vary depending on their role. Additionally, the content addresses the legibility of text and suggests that it is most readable when placed on a solid color background with a sufficient contrast ratio. It clarifies that cards do not have a flip-over feature and explains the positioning and order of items within a card collection. Finally, it mentions that if card content exceeds the maximum height, it is truncated and does not scroll, but the card can be expanded.


  • Hierarchy: Use hierarchy to prioritize important information within a card.
  • Images: Images can reinforce other content in a card but should be appropriately sized and placed.
  • Text Legibility: Text is most readable on a solid color background with sufficient contrast.
  • No Flip-over: Cards do not have a flip-over feature to reveal information on the back.
  • Positioning: The first item in a card collection is positioned at the top left.
  • Order: Items in a card collection proceed from left to right and top to bottom.
  • Truncation: If card content exceeds the maximum height, it is truncated and does not scroll.
  • Card Expansion: A card can be expanded, allowing it to exceed the maximum height of the view.


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The content provides guidelines for creating effective card designs, focusing on aspects such as hierarchy, image usage, text legibility, and positioning. It also clarifies certain limitations, including the absence of a flip-over feature and the truncation of excessive card content. By following these guidelines, designers can create visually appealing and user-friendly card layouts.

Material UI

material-ui adds classes to Tailwind CSS for all common UI components. Classes like btn, card, etc. This allows us to focus on important things instead of making basic elements for every project.

Material Design

Material Design is a design system developed by Google that provides a set of guidelines, components, and tools for creating visually appealing and functional user interfaces. Material Design is designed to be flexible and customizable, making it a great choice for a wide range of applications and use cases.