How to build a project when I suck at UX/UI

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  • Bootstrap

    The most popular HTML, CSS, and JavaScript framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web.

    Bootstrap has been mentioned and is a great starting point. They have many examples that have probably been the starting points for many apps. Material Design is also interesting and reading through their docs actually helped me understand some ui elements better than I had previously. Start poking around. You could also try making your own mock-ups using something like Figma. They have a Material Design Kit too.

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    stitch these together: tailwind elements

  • Amplication

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