over-designed

over-designed

adj
having too many design features; fussy
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Directed by Punit Malhotra, nothing seems too vacuous and over-designed, it's all within the limits which is what holds the essence of the film.
'Excessive' was the most appropriate adjective for this production: It was over-scored, over-choreographed, overacted, over-designed. What it lacked was a streamlined, disciplined feel to it, as though what was presented onstage was still a draft version of the real thing.
In many cases, the ventilation systems may be over-designed, and there is reluctance to reduce ventilation rates due to the perceived risk involved.
It's more challenging because there is a very thin line of it to be over-designed. I think more men prefer comfort and exquisite fitting more than a new silhouette.
Over-designed systems that use more safety devices than required can lead to unnecessarily complex and expensive machines.
'Along the way, the requirements and specifications were oversized, over-designed and unnecessarily accelerated,' the source reportedly said.
The over-designed MRT-7 will run smoothly for decades.
"The last thing we'd want is for this to be an over-designed, formulaic hotel - we want Pale Hall's unique, individual character to be central to our guests' experience."
He continues: "We still see that tower projects in the Middle East are over-designed; not only by local consultants, but also big names in the industry.
The result is a clunky and often frustrating interface where is it difficult to navigate and apps are so over-designed it is sometimes hard to remember what they are for. Some reviews of the phone suggest the software alone means you should not consider the Honor 5X but that would be a mistake.
Really appreciate the use of complimentary materials to achieve balance and harmony--feels crafted without being over-designed