Where do you use Glassmorphism approach?
I mean what are the places it uses for?
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Glassmorphism is a design approach that mimics frosted glass. It’s used in UI/UX design for elements like:
- Windows and Dialogs: Achieve depth and separation in pop-ups.
- Cards and Panels: Add visual interest to containers.
- Buttons and Inputs: Create a modern, translucent look.
- Backgrounds: Enhance aesthetics of interfaces.
- Icons: Apply frosted effect to iconography.
It provides a sleek, modern, and semi-transparent visual style.