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Create a modal dialog box that prompts users to confirm the removal of a 'Performance Monitor' application. The dialog box should include a trash bin icon, a bold warning title, a detailed confirmation message mentioning 'PureCode', and two buttons: one to cancel the operation with a neutral appearance and another to confirm the removal with a more prominent, possibly red, styling.

Create a web interface presenting a four-tier pricing structure for a slide creation service. Include 'Free', 'Basic', 'Pro', and 'Enterprise' plans with individual feature listings and pricing information. Highlight the 'Pro Plan' as the most popular. Develop a service upgrade page detailing subscription options. Each tier should display features such as AI credits, number of slides, workspace availability, user limits, template counts, PDF export options, history tracking, branding settings, customer support wait time, chatbot availability, analytics, and chat feature status. Include 'Continue' buttons for user selection.

Create a web-based customer feedback management interface. The layout should include two main tabs: one for reviews and another for customer questions. At the top, display a notification area informing users about the review approval process. Below this, design three distinct sections for questions: 'Unanswered' with a search bar, 'Answered' showing a search bar and an empty state message, and 'Ignored' also with a search bar and a message for the empty state. Each section should be clearly separated and include intuitive icons that correlate with their functions.

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Create a user settings interface with the following sections and components: A header titled "Preferences" which includes a brief description stating "Manage your preferences for date format, privacy settings, and email notifications." A dropdown selection labeled "Date Format" with a placeholder text saying "Select a value" to set the preferred date and time format for the user's account activity. A section labeled "Profile Picture Visibility" with a button titled "Add Profile Picture" to upload or change the profile image. A series of toggle switches under "Email Notifications" for: "New sign-in to account alert" with a description that reads "Receive email alerts whenever your account is signed in from a new device, browser, or location." "Third-party app access alert" with a note stating "Receive email alerts whenever your account is accessed from a new third-party app or location. Example: IMAP/POP clients such as mail apps and calendar apps." "Newsletter subscription" option with text saying "Receive email alerts whenever your account is signed in from a new device, browser, or location."

Create a web-based customer feedback management interface. The layout should include two main tabs: one for reviews and another for customer questions. At the top, display a notification area informing users about the review approval process. Below this, design three distinct sections for questions: 'Unanswered' with a search bar, 'Answered' showing a search bar and an empty state message, and 'Ignored' also with a search bar and a message for the empty state. Each section should be clearly separated and include intuitive icons that correlate with their functions.

Create a modal for upgrading to an enterprise plan that outlines the benefits, such as security scorecard access, high-performance network access, unlimited functions, identity and forms usage, SAML sign-on, role-based access control, premium support, and uptime SLA guarantee. Include dropdowns or input fields for the user to select their team name from a list, enter their email, and a larger text box for additional comments or requests. At the bottom of the modal, place a 'Contact Sales' call-to-action button next to a 'Cancel' button.

Create a user account creation page with a full name input field, a password input field, and a sign-up button. Design a user registration interface that includes a full name input, a password input, and a continue button. Generate a sign-up form with a full name field, a password field, and a continue button for account creation.

Create a web interface with a use case section featuring a quick starter selection. Include cards for a promotional discount offer with a code, an announcement for a new feature, and an invitation to a webinar, each with their own call to action. Develop a categorized user interaction guide with tabs for 'All', 'Onboarding', and 'Reengagement'. Highlight interactive posts with options for users to see discounts, learn about new features, and accept webinar invitations, using a friendly and conversational tone. Include navigational elements and icons for a visually engaging layout.

Design a vertical navigation sidebar for a company's internal system. The sidebar should be organized into sections labeled 'Track', 'Analyze', 'Manage', and 'Admin'. Each section should be collapsible with a caret icon indicating the ability to expand. Include icons next to each item such as timers, charts, and gears for visual reference. Highlight new features with a 'New' tag to draw attention. The sidebar should also contain profile access and support links at the bottom, denoted by a user icon and a question mark, respectively. The overall design should be modern, with a clean interface that clearly distinguishes between different sections and options for ease of use.

Design a pop-up modal for administrators to add new subscription plans, which should include: A heading titled "Add Plan" followed by a short instruction: "Fill the form to create a plan for the users". Text input fields for "Plan Name" and "Plan Sub-Heading", where the plan name is for the official title of the plan, and the sub-heading provides a brief description for context, such as "Plan for the premium users". A dynamic list area labeled "Selected Criteria" where administrators can list and describe specific features of the plan, such as "Upto 100 Hackup Options". This should include the capability to add or remove criteria. An image upload section with a placeholder and instructions "Click to upload or drag and drop", allowing administrators to visually represent the plan. "Save" and "Cancel" action buttons at the bottom of the form for submitting or disregarding changes. The modal should have a clean and intuitive design, ensuring easy navigation and completion of the form. The color scheme and typography should be consistent with the website's branding.

Create a personal portfolio card with a holographic background effect. The card should prominently display the name 'Bill Jackson' and his title 'Web Developer'. It needs to include contact options such as an email button and LinkedIn link. In the about section, add a brief bio highlighting his interests in front-end development, simplicity in design, and learning new best practices. Below the bio, there should be an 'Interest' section listing his hobbies and personality traits, like being a food expert and music scholar. At the bottom of the card, incorporate social media icons for Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and a share button, each with corresponding actions. The overall design should be modern and engaging, with each section distinctly separated for clarity.

Construct a service plan selection section for a website that includes: A header title expressing access to additional services and a supporting subtitle. Three distinct plan options side by side, labeled "Starter," "Support," and "Engage." Each plan should feature an icon representative of the service, a brief description, and a list of key features included in that plan. Checkboxes or icons next to each key feature for visual emphasis. A call to action button under the description of each plan, with text such as "Try it free," to encourage user engagement. A footer link or button labeled "View plans" that leads to more detailed information about each package. The interface should be clean with sufficient spacing between plan options to allow for easy comparison, and it should use a consistent color scheme that aligns with the brand.

Design a visually striking banner for a payment solution tailored for software companies. Use a split background with contrasting colors. On the left side, place a prominent headline "Payments tool for software companies" and below it, a brief descriptive text "From checkout to global sales tax compliance, companies around the world use PureCode to simplify their payment stack." Include two call-to-action buttons—"Get started" with an arrow icon pointing right, and "Speak to Sales". On the right side, overlay images of credit cards to visually represent the payment aspect of the service. The overall design should be modern and clean, appealing to tech companies looking for payment solutions.

Create a web interface for a software's integrations page that allows users to connect to various email clients and social media platforms. The page should have a clean header titled "Integrations," followed by a categorized listing of services under 'FREE'. Each service, such as Gmail, Outlook, LinkedIn, Slack, YouTube, and Facebook, should be represented by its respective icon and a brief description of the integration feature offered. Next to each service description, there should be a prominent action button like 'Open Gmail', 'Get Add-On', or 'Add', with a color that contrasts against the background. Highlight necessary extensions where needed. The layout should be responsive, ensuring it looks organized on both desktop and mobile devices.

Create a landing page for an online book store that features a prominent welcome message at the top, followed by a paragraph describing the community values emphasized by the store such as understanding and cooperation. Below the description, display two pieces of statistical information: the total number of books available and the total number of customers served, each with icons representing books and customers respectively. At the bottom, include a call-to-action button that says "Go to Collections", allowing users to navigate to the book collection section. The page should have a color scheme that reflects the theme of the store, with a simple yet elegant layout that’s welcoming to all visitors.

Create a modal window for a pricing plan selection with a header and subtitle. It should contain three selectable options: a free account, a pro account with a price, and an enterprise account with a price. Each option should have a brief description. Include a radio button selection mechanism. At the bottom, provide two buttons for canceling and proceeding with the selection.

Create a settings interface titled "Default Login Method" with explanatory text about applying these settings to all organization accounts. Include sections for "Accounts and Portals" and "Login Methods". For "Login Methods," list options for 'PureCode Login' with editable policies, 'Passwordless Login' with a compliance note, 'Google Login', and 'SSO Login' with a note to configure SAML/OAuth/OIDC/JWT with the identity provider. Each method should have a toggle switch. At the bottom, provide links to helpful topics related to login methods and SSO implementation.

Create a web-based FAQ section titled "Frequently asked questions". This section should begin with a short paragraph that outlines the nature of FAQs and provides an alternative contact method for unanswered questions. The design should list several common questions related to the service such as "What is PureCode?", each followed by a concise answer. The layout should present the questions in bold, with a clear delineation between each question and its answer for easy readability. The interface should be clean, user-friendly, and designed to facilitate quick scanning of information.

Create a front-end interface for a landing page request form with the following fields : 'Contact Name', 'Email Address', 'Landing Page Title', 'Description', 'Design Preferences', 'Content Elements', 'Target Audience', and a reCAPTCHA 'Verification' checkbox. The form should have a clear layout with labeled inputs, a cohesive color scheme, and a prominent 'SUBMIT FORM' button. Ensure the form is user-friendly with intuitive navigation and provides placeholders for each field to guide the user through the request process.

Create a cookie banner that appears across the bottom of a website, including a succinct explanation that the site uses cookies for traffic analysis and remembering user preferences. Offer 'Accept All' and 'Decline All' buttons for cookie consent, and provide a link to a more detailed privacy policy for users to read more about the site's data practices. The banner should be dismissible and designed to ensure it is noticeable without being intrusive to the user experience.

Develop an account security section within the settings panel that guides users through the process of setting up 2-factor authentication, detailed as follows: A heading named "Account Security" clearly stating the purpose of the section. An informative blurb explaining the benefits of 2-factor authentication and its role as an added security layer for the account. Include a note that once enabled, it requires all users to comply and is irreversible. Radio button options for choosing the authentication method: "Authentication app (Recommended)" with examples provided, and "SMS" with a brief description of receiving a code via mobile phone. A "Next" button designed to take the user to the subsequent step in the authentication process. The layout should be clean, with a clear visual hierarchy that guides the user's eye from the heading to the explanation and then to the options. There should be a clear distinction between the choice of an authentication app and SMS to avoid confusion. The color scheme and typography should ensure readability and align with the overall design language of the application.

Create a newsletter subscription section for a website that features a clear, standout title "Sign up for newsletters" at the top. Below the title, layout a series of checkboxes aligned horizontally, each with a brief description of the newsletter content such as "Daily Bits - Today's biggest news," "Week in Review - The week's biggest news," and other categories including "The Exchange," "Event Updates," "Sponsorship," and "This Week in Art." Next to each checkbox, add a small descriptive text giving users a preview of what to expect in that particular subscription option. Towards the bottom of the section, provide a text input field labeled "Enter text" for users to type their email address. Finally, include a call-to-action "Subscribe" button that stands out against the background. The design should incorporate a gradient background that transitions smoothly from a lighter to a darker shade, creating a soothing visual effect and making the section inviting to users.

Create a service subscription interface that showcases three different plans: Team, Agency, and Enterprise. Each plan should have a distinctive header with the plan name and its monthly price presented in a bold font. Below each plan's pricing, include a 'Get Started' button that is clear and prominent. Under the buttons, provide a checklist of features available for each plan. The Team plan should include features like '1 user per account', 'Unlimited events', and 'Sales using mobile app'. The Agency plan expands on this with features such as 'Unlimited paid ticket', 'Customizable registration', and 'Google Analytics integration'. The Enterprise plan includes 'Unlimited account users', 'Custom domain support', and 'Business hour chat support' among others, indicating a progression in services offered with each plan upgrade. Also include a toggle switch above the plans, allowing users to switch between Monthly and Yearly billing, which should be visually integrated into the design to allow for easy comparison. The design should facilitate easy reading and comparison between plans, with a clean layout and contrasting colors to differentiate between the plan tiers effectively.

Design a vertical navigation sidebar for a company's internal system. The sidebar should be organized into sections labeled 'Track', 'Analyze', 'Manage', and 'Admin'. Each section should be collapsible with a caret icon indicating the ability to expand. Include icons next to each item such as timers, charts, and gears for visual reference. Highlight new features with a 'New' tag to draw attention. The sidebar should also contain profile access and support links at the bottom, denoted by a user icon and a question mark, respectively. The overall design should be modern, with a clean interface that clearly distinguishes between different sections and options for ease of use.

Design a pop-up modal for administrators to add new subscription plans, which should include: A heading titled "Add Plan" followed by a short instruction: "Fill the form to create a plan for the users". Text input fields for "Plan Name" and "Plan Sub-Heading", where the plan name is for the official title of the plan, and the sub-heading provides a brief description for context, such as "Plan for the premium users". A dynamic list area labeled "Selected Criteria" where administrators can list and describe specific features of the plan, such as "Upto 100 Hackup Options". This should include the capability to add or remove criteria. An image upload section with a placeholder and instructions "Click to upload or drag and drop", allowing administrators to visually represent the plan. "Save" and "Cancel" action buttons at the bottom of the form for submitting or disregarding changes. The modal should have a clean and intuitive design, ensuring easy navigation and completion of the form. The color scheme and typography should be consistent with the website's branding.

Create a personal portfolio card with a holographic background effect. The card should prominently display the name 'Bill Jackson' and his title 'Web Developer'. It needs to include contact options such as an email button and LinkedIn link. In the about section, add a brief bio highlighting his interests in front-end development, simplicity in design, and learning new best practices. Below the bio, there should be an 'Interest' section listing his hobbies and personality traits, like being a food expert and music scholar. At the bottom of the card, incorporate social media icons for Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and a share button, each with corresponding actions. The overall design should be modern and engaging, with each section distinctly separated for clarity.

Construct a service plan selection section for a website that includes: A header title expressing access to additional services and a supporting subtitle. Three distinct plan options side by side, labeled "Starter," "Support," and "Engage." Each plan should feature an icon representative of the service, a brief description, and a list of key features included in that plan. Checkboxes or icons next to each key feature for visual emphasis. A call to action button under the description of each plan, with text such as "Try it free," to encourage user engagement. A footer link or button labeled "View plans" that leads to more detailed information about each package. The interface should be clean with sufficient spacing between plan options to allow for easy comparison, and it should use a consistent color scheme that aligns with the brand.

Design a visually striking banner for a payment solution tailored for software companies. Use a split background with contrasting colors. On the left side, place a prominent headline "Payments tool for software companies" and below it, a brief descriptive text "From checkout to global sales tax compliance, companies around the world use PureCode to simplify their payment stack." Include two call-to-action buttons—"Get started" with an arrow icon pointing right, and "Speak to Sales". On the right side, overlay images of credit cards to visually represent the payment aspect of the service. The overall design should be modern and clean, appealing to tech companies looking for payment solutions.

Create a web interface for a software's integrations page that allows users to connect to various email clients and social media platforms. The page should have a clean header titled "Integrations," followed by a categorized listing of services under 'FREE'. Each service, such as Gmail, Outlook, LinkedIn, Slack, YouTube, and Facebook, should be represented by its respective icon and a brief description of the integration feature offered. Next to each service description, there should be a prominent action button like 'Open Gmail', 'Get Add-On', or 'Add', with a color that contrasts against the background. Highlight necessary extensions where needed. The layout should be responsive, ensuring it looks organized on both desktop and mobile devices.

Create a landing page for an online book store that features a prominent welcome message at the top, followed by a paragraph describing the community values emphasized by the store such as understanding and cooperation. Below the description, display two pieces of statistical information: the total number of books available and the total number of customers served, each with icons representing books and customers respectively. At the bottom, include a call-to-action button that says "Go to Collections", allowing users to navigate to the book collection section. The page should have a color scheme that reflects the theme of the store, with a simple yet elegant layout that’s welcoming to all visitors.

Create a modal window for a pricing plan selection with a header and subtitle. It should contain three selectable options: a free account, a pro account with a price, and an enterprise account with a price. Each option should have a brief description. Include a radio button selection mechanism. At the bottom, provide two buttons for canceling and proceeding with the selection.

Create a settings interface titled "Default Login Method" with explanatory text about applying these settings to all organization accounts. Include sections for "Accounts and Portals" and "Login Methods". For "Login Methods," list options for 'PureCode Login' with editable policies, 'Passwordless Login' with a compliance note, 'Google Login', and 'SSO Login' with a note to configure SAML/OAuth/OIDC/JWT with the identity provider. Each method should have a toggle switch. At the bottom, provide links to helpful topics related to login methods and SSO implementation.

Create a web-based FAQ section titled "Frequently asked questions". This section should begin with a short paragraph that outlines the nature of FAQs and provides an alternative contact method for unanswered questions. The design should list several common questions related to the service such as "What is PureCode?", each followed by a concise answer. The layout should present the questions in bold, with a clear delineation between each question and its answer for easy readability. The interface should be clean, user-friendly, and designed to facilitate quick scanning of information.

Create a front-end interface for a landing page request form with the following fields : 'Contact Name', 'Email Address', 'Landing Page Title', 'Description', 'Design Preferences', 'Content Elements', 'Target Audience', and a reCAPTCHA 'Verification' checkbox. The form should have a clear layout with labeled inputs, a cohesive color scheme, and a prominent 'SUBMIT FORM' button. Ensure the form is user-friendly with intuitive navigation and provides placeholders for each field to guide the user through the request process.

Create a cookie banner that appears across the bottom of a website, including a succinct explanation that the site uses cookies for traffic analysis and remembering user preferences. Offer 'Accept All' and 'Decline All' buttons for cookie consent, and provide a link to a more detailed privacy policy for users to read more about the site's data practices. The banner should be dismissible and designed to ensure it is noticeable without being intrusive to the user experience.

Develop an account security section within the settings panel that guides users through the process of setting up 2-factor authentication, detailed as follows: A heading named "Account Security" clearly stating the purpose of the section. An informative blurb explaining the benefits of 2-factor authentication and its role as an added security layer for the account. Include a note that once enabled, it requires all users to comply and is irreversible. Radio button options for choosing the authentication method: "Authentication app (Recommended)" with examples provided, and "SMS" with a brief description of receiving a code via mobile phone. A "Next" button designed to take the user to the subsequent step in the authentication process. The layout should be clean, with a clear visual hierarchy that guides the user's eye from the heading to the explanation and then to the options. There should be a clear distinction between the choice of an authentication app and SMS to avoid confusion. The color scheme and typography should ensure readability and align with the overall design language of the application.

Create a newsletter subscription section for a website that features a clear, standout title "Sign up for newsletters" at the top. Below the title, layout a series of checkboxes aligned horizontally, each with a brief description of the newsletter content such as "Daily Bits - Today's biggest news," "Week in Review - The week's biggest news," and other categories including "The Exchange," "Event Updates," "Sponsorship," and "This Week in Art." Next to each checkbox, add a small descriptive text giving users a preview of what to expect in that particular subscription option. Towards the bottom of the section, provide a text input field labeled "Enter text" for users to type their email address. Finally, include a call-to-action "Subscribe" button that stands out against the background. The design should incorporate a gradient background that transitions smoothly from a lighter to a darker shade, creating a soothing visual effect and making the section inviting to users.

Create a service subscription interface that showcases three different plans: Team, Agency, and Enterprise. Each plan should have a distinctive header with the plan name and its monthly price presented in a bold font. Below each plan's pricing, include a 'Get Started' button that is clear and prominent. Under the buttons, provide a checklist of features available for each plan. The Team plan should include features like '1 user per account', 'Unlimited events', and 'Sales using mobile app'. The Agency plan expands on this with features such as 'Unlimited paid ticket', 'Customizable registration', and 'Google Analytics integration'. The Enterprise plan includes 'Unlimited account users', 'Custom domain support', and 'Business hour chat support' among others, indicating a progression in services offered with each plan upgrade. Also include a toggle switch above the plans, allowing users to switch between Monthly and Yearly billing, which should be visually integrated into the design to allow for easy comparison. The design should facilitate easy reading and comparison between plans, with a clean layout and contrasting colors to differentiate between the plan tiers effectively.

Design a vertical sidebar navigation menu for a web application that includes: Toggle buttons at the top for "COMPANY" and "PERSONAL" to switch between two sets of menu items. Under the "COMPANY" toggle, the following menu items:"Admin home" with an icon resembling a house or dashboard. "Developers" with an icon that might represent coding or development tools. "Company" with a dropdown arrow to indicate more options are available within this category. Under the "PERSONAL" toggle, these items:"Profile" with an icon suggesting personal information, such as a user silhouette, and a dropdown arrow for additional personal settings. "Sandbox workspace" with an icon that conveys a testing or experimental environment and a dropdown for more actions. The navigation should offer a clean, intuitive interface, with icons that are easily identifiable for their respective categories. The layout should use subtle highlights or changes in color to indicate active or hovered-over menu items, and ensure accessibility with clear, legible text. The overall design should align with the branding and aesthetics of the web application to provide a seamless user experience.

Create a password reset page that includes a prominent branded header for "PureCode." The form should prompt users to enter a new password and re-enter it for confirmation. It must include a password strength requirement notice, a help link for password creation guidelines, and a prominent "Change Password" button. Beside the form, include an illustrative graphic of two characters engaged in a friendly interaction. Below the form, provide a help link that redirects to the Help Center.

Create a workflow management interface that helps users scale their community efficiently. The interface should promote the benefits of automated workflows, such as time savings, personalized member experiences, and hands-off community engagement. Feature a prominent 'Create your first workflow' call-to-action button. The design should visually guide users through the creation of segmented onboarding flows, with examples like sending personalized welcome messages and connecting members to relevant spaces. Include visual aids or icons that represent the automation process, such as adding a new member to a space and sending notifications.

Create an account management dashboard that includes tabs for overview, referrals and credits, and recent activity. In the overview section, display the user's avatar, name, and email with edit options; a credits subsection with current balance and options to earn more by inviting friends; details on API deprecation with a link to the developer hub; a Google Drive integration option with a link to connect accounts; and a button to delete the account. Include succinct explanations and actionable links for each section.

Create an interface for tracking software development tasks, segmented into three main columns: Backlog: This section should be on the left, with a list of task cards. Each card should have a title reflecting the feature request, a short description of the task, and a "New Feature" status label. Include the ability to attach screenshots below the description. In Progress: The middle section should have a similar structure to the Backlog, with task cards that include a title, description, and "New Feature" status label. This column should convey tasks that are currently being worked on. Done: The rightmost section lists completed tasks. These cards should maintain consistency in design, showing the task title, description, and a "New Feature" label. Each task card should display a small profile picture of the assigned developer at the bottom. The UI should be clean with high contrast between the text and background for easy readability, and there should be a visual distinction between the columns.

Create a front-end interface for a landing page request form with the following fields : 'Contact Name', 'Email Address', 'Landing Page Title', 'Description', 'Design Preferences', 'Content Elements', 'Target Audience', and a reCAPTCHA 'Verification' checkbox. The form should have a clear layout with labeled inputs, a cohesive color scheme, and a prominent 'SUBMIT FORM' button. Ensure the form is user-friendly with intuitive navigation and provides placeholders for each field to guide the user through the request process.

Create a cookie banner that appears across the bottom of a website, including a succinct explanation that the site uses cookies for traffic analysis and remembering user preferences. Offer 'Accept All' and 'Decline All' buttons for cookie consent, and provide a link to a more detailed privacy policy for users to read more about the site's data practices. The banner should be dismissible and designed to ensure it is noticeable without being intrusive to the user experience.

Develop an account security section within the settings panel that guides users through the process of setting up 2-factor authentication, detailed as follows: A heading named "Account Security" clearly stating the purpose of the section. An informative blurb explaining the benefits of 2-factor authentication and its role as an added security layer for the account. Include a note that once enabled, it requires all users to comply and is irreversible. Radio button options for choosing the authentication method: "Authentication app (Recommended)" with examples provided, and "SMS" with a brief description of receiving a code via mobile phone. A "Next" button designed to take the user to the subsequent step in the authentication process. The layout should be clean, with a clear visual hierarchy that guides the user's eye from the heading to the explanation and then to the options. There should be a clear distinction between the choice of an authentication app and SMS to avoid confusion. The color scheme and typography should ensure readability and align with the overall design language of the application.

Create a newsletter subscription section for a website that features a clear, standout title "Sign up for newsletters" at the top. Below the title, layout a series of checkboxes aligned horizontally, each with a brief description of the newsletter content such as "Daily Bits - Today's biggest news," "Week in Review - The week's biggest news," and other categories including "The Exchange," "Event Updates," "Sponsorship," and "This Week in Art." Next to each checkbox, add a small descriptive text giving users a preview of what to expect in that particular subscription option. Towards the bottom of the section, provide a text input field labeled "Enter text" for users to type their email address. Finally, include a call-to-action "Subscribe" button that stands out against the background. The design should incorporate a gradient background that transitions smoothly from a lighter to a darker shade, creating a soothing visual effect and making the section inviting to users.

Create a service subscription interface that showcases three different plans: Team, Agency, and Enterprise. Each plan should have a distinctive header with the plan name and its monthly price presented in a bold font. Below each plan's pricing, include a 'Get Started' button that is clear and prominent. Under the buttons, provide a checklist of features available for each plan. The Team plan should include features like '1 user per account', 'Unlimited events', and 'Sales using mobile app'. The Agency plan expands on this with features such as 'Unlimited paid ticket', 'Customizable registration', and 'Google Analytics integration'. The Enterprise plan includes 'Unlimited account users', 'Custom domain support', and 'Business hour chat support' among others, indicating a progression in services offered with each plan upgrade. Also include a toggle switch above the plans, allowing users to switch between Monthly and Yearly billing, which should be visually integrated into the design to allow for easy comparison. The design should facilitate easy reading and comparison between plans, with a clean layout and contrasting colors to differentiate between the plan tiers effectively.

Design a vertical sidebar navigation menu for a web application that includes: Toggle buttons at the top for "COMPANY" and "PERSONAL" to switch between two sets of menu items. Under the "COMPANY" toggle, the following menu items:"Admin home" with an icon resembling a house or dashboard. "Developers" with an icon that might represent coding or development tools. "Company" with a dropdown arrow to indicate more options are available within this category. Under the "PERSONAL" toggle, these items:"Profile" with an icon suggesting personal information, such as a user silhouette, and a dropdown arrow for additional personal settings. "Sandbox workspace" with an icon that conveys a testing or experimental environment and a dropdown for more actions. The navigation should offer a clean, intuitive interface, with icons that are easily identifiable for their respective categories. The layout should use subtle highlights or changes in color to indicate active or hovered-over menu items, and ensure accessibility with clear, legible text. The overall design should align with the branding and aesthetics of the web application to provide a seamless user experience.

Create a password reset page that includes a prominent branded header for "PureCode." The form should prompt users to enter a new password and re-enter it for confirmation. It must include a password strength requirement notice, a help link for password creation guidelines, and a prominent "Change Password" button. Beside the form, include an illustrative graphic of two characters engaged in a friendly interaction. Below the form, provide a help link that redirects to the Help Center.

Create a workflow management interface that helps users scale their community efficiently. The interface should promote the benefits of automated workflows, such as time savings, personalized member experiences, and hands-off community engagement. Feature a prominent 'Create your first workflow' call-to-action button. The design should visually guide users through the creation of segmented onboarding flows, with examples like sending personalized welcome messages and connecting members to relevant spaces. Include visual aids or icons that represent the automation process, such as adding a new member to a space and sending notifications.

Create an account management dashboard that includes tabs for overview, referrals and credits, and recent activity. In the overview section, display the user's avatar, name, and email with edit options; a credits subsection with current balance and options to earn more by inviting friends; details on API deprecation with a link to the developer hub; a Google Drive integration option with a link to connect accounts; and a button to delete the account. Include succinct explanations and actionable links for each section.

Create an interface for tracking software development tasks, segmented into three main columns: Backlog: This section should be on the left, with a list of task cards. Each card should have a title reflecting the feature request, a short description of the task, and a "New Feature" status label. Include the ability to attach screenshots below the description. In Progress: The middle section should have a similar structure to the Backlog, with task cards that include a title, description, and "New Feature" status label. This column should convey tasks that are currently being worked on. Done: The rightmost section lists completed tasks. These cards should maintain consistency in design, showing the task title, description, and a "New Feature" label. Each task card should display a small profile picture of the assigned developer at the bottom. The UI should be clean with high contrast between the text and background for easy readability, and there should be a visual distinction between the columns.

Create a webpage header for a small business solution platform that includes the following elements: A central slogan stating "Turn online shoppers into lifetime customers," situated prominently at the top. To the right, place a horizontal scrollable section with profile images of customers that loops continuously, overlayed with a semi-transparent circle containing the text "7K+" to indicate the number of reviews. Adjacent to this, position a 'Trust Pilot' badge with a caption "Rated best over 37k reviews". Below these elements, design a search bar that spans the width of the header with placeholder text "Mike" on the left input field and "Son" on the right input field, indicating a parent-child shop feature. On the right end of the search bar, incorporate a blue 'Get started' button. The background should be a subtle pattern that implies a friendly and welcoming environment, fitting for a small business context.

Design a user interface for a mobile chat application that reflects a friendly and inviting atmosphere. The top section should display the current chat partner's name "Marie Wondy" with a status indicator such as "Active now". Each message in the conversation needs to have a chat bubble, clearly distinguishing messages sent from messages received through color and alignment; the sent messages aligned to the right and received messages to the left. Above each message, include a timestamp, such as "28 July 2022", to provide context on the timing of the conversation. Integrate profile pictures near each chat bubble to visually represent the sender. For the chat input section at the bottom, include an input field with a placeholder text "Type something...", surrounded by utility buttons like a "+" for attachments, a microphone for voice messages, and a send arrow. The overall color scheme should be light with hints of playful elements, such as pastel chat bubbles or a gradient background.

Create a user interface for managing application sessions, consisting of an explanatory heading and a form. The form should include adjustable settings for the 'Number of Parallel Sessions' with a numeric input, 'Session Timeout' with a duration selection dropdown, and 'Idle Session Timeout' with enabled/disabled options. Provide a 'Save' and 'Cancel' button at the end of the form. Below, add a help section titled "Some topics to help you get started" with links to articles on parallel session management, session timeout, and idle session timeout. The layout should be clean with each setting distinctly separated and clearly labeled.

A statistics area showing tracked time, number of finished tasks, and an upgrade prompt for a premium plan.

Construct a user interface for a software onboarding screen titled 'Hello, [User]', with a welcome message followed by a setup guide. The guide should have three list items with icons and text: one for feedback collection featuring a feedback icon, a second for importing and synchronizing customer data with a sync icon, and a third for capturing ideas directly from customers with a lightbulb icon. Each list item should include a right-pointing arrow indicating action or further navigation.

Create a billing invoice page that displays the following sections and components: Company branding at the top with a logo aligned left and company details. Client information section listing the client's full name and address. A table for itemized services that includes columns for the item number, description, quantity, rate per item, and the line total. A summary area that calculates and displays the subtotal of the services, applicable tax percentage and amount, and the final total amount due. A footer section that outlines available payment methods including credit card types, cheque, and PayPal, as well as the company's contact details like phone number, email, and physical address. The design should be clean with a clear distinction between sections, and should incorporate the company's color scheme.

Create a subscription checkout interface with a split-screen layout. On the left side, display the subscription service details, including the service name, description, monthly fee, and an option to add a promotional code. Each item should be clearly separated. On the right, construct a secure payment form for credit card transactions. Include input fields for email, card information (number, expiry, CVC), cardholder's full name, and country or region selection. Provide checkboxes for saving information for future transactions and business purchase confirmation. Finish with a prominent 'Subscribe' button, and a disclaimer regarding the subscription agreement.

Create a customer support chat interface for a web application. The interface should have a prominent welcoming banner with a company logo and a 'How can we help?' greeting. Below the banner, include a collapsible 'Send us a message' section, indicating current online availability. Beneath this, design a search bar to find help articles. Finally, incorporate an FAQ section with accordion dropdowns for topics like 'Google Tasks integration setup', 'Calendar sync options', 'Email and calendar settings management', and 'Account deactivation process'. The interface should also have a fixed bottom navigation bar with 'Home', 'Message', and 'Help' icons.

Create a sleek, modern navigation bar for a website named "PureCode". The bar should be at the top of the page and include the "PureCode" logo on the left side. It should have horizontally aligned menu items labeled "LANDING", "ACCOUNT", "WORK", and "BLOG", with an additional dropdown menu under "MORE CONTENT". The background of the navigation bar should have a gradient from light to dark blue, creating a visual depth. On the right side, incorporate a "Log in" button with an icon, styled to stand out against the background. The navigation bar should be responsive, maintaining its layout and functionality on various screen sizes and devices.

Create a calendar interface for the month of April 2024. The design should feature a pastel color gradient background, with the days of the week labeled at the top. Include interactive elements such as a dropdown for month selection, a year counter, and side arrows for navigating to previous or next months. Each day should be presented in a grid with a subtle color differentiation for the current date. The calendar should have a sleek, modern look with a semi-transparent effect for the days' cells to enhance the background's visibility.

Create a modal dialog box that prompts users to confirm the removal of a 'Performance Monitor' application. The dialog box should include a trash bin icon, a bold warning title, a detailed confirmation message mentioning 'PureCode', and two buttons: one to cancel the operation with a neutral appearance and another to confirm the removal with a more prominent, possibly red, styling.

Design a sign-up interface stating "NO CREDIT CARD REQUIRED" and the headline "Start using PureCode today." Include a text entry field prompting the user to enter their information. Below, place a minimalistic footer with the company logo on the left, followed by navigation links for "About", "Jobs", and "Docs", and on the right, terms-related links with a "Let's chat" email contact. Add a graphical element to the right to balance the visual weight of the page.

A header greeting section that personalizes the greeting with the user's name, followed by the current date.

Create a web interface presenting a four-tier pricing structure for a slide creation service. Include 'Free', 'Basic', 'Pro', and 'Enterprise' plans with individual feature listings and pricing information. Highlight the 'Pro Plan' as the most popular. Develop a service upgrade page detailing subscription options. Each tier should display features such as AI credits, number of slides, workspace availability, user limits, template counts, PDF export options, history tracking, branding settings, customer support wait time, chatbot availability, analytics, and chat feature status. Include 'Continue' buttons for user selection.

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