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Social Proof Section with hover states

Amos• 120

@fistty

Desktop design screenshot for the Social proof section coding challenge

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⭐ Added custom hover states

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Lucas 👾• 13,930

@correlucas

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👾 Hello Amos, congratulations for this amazing solution.

Your solution is just really good, but what I liked most is that you've beyond and added these custom hover effect, I think is a really good way to learn more stuff.

I did this challenge too and added some effects like you did, this is really cool!

If you want to have even more possibilities of customization, try to add filters to your hover stats, one that works really good is filter: saturation (1.5) and filter: grayscale(50)

Congratulations for the creativity you've applied here.

Keep it up and happy coding!

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