UX Design
Filtering vs Navigation

Filtering is not navigation. 

Filtering doesn’t remove the user from the view, it changes the contents of the view. It changes the contents of the view. 

Filtering is like *content modification*, similar to Sorting. Filtering and sorting is also usually the last step before leaving a view, which is why it tends to be to the right / bottom of pages

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How to be a kick-ass UX designer

One minute you’re designing and on top of the world, the next you’re suffering from the imposter syndrome. Your team is pushing back on you. You are feeling indecisive. You aren't sure what to do.

Needless to say, product design is an area rife with land mines, and it can be a stressful, nail-biting nightmare. Fear not, I have curated 3 pieces of wisdom to help you navigate these choppy waters. Here, I dole out my best how-to-be-a-kick-ass-designer advice to help you become a better UX Designer.

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7 Web Typography Rules

Want a flawless-looking website? Start with web typography, the secret to a killer website. 

Do you feel overwhelmed by the thought of designing a website?

With 100,000 different fonts and 16.8 million colors on the web, the possibilities are virtually limitless. For some people, your imagination might soar as high as the Burj Khalifa. For others, you might feel so paralyzed, you’d rather binge-watch a season of House of Cards and think about it later. 

If the thought of designing a website is overwhelming to you, you’re not alone. 

Together, we’ll go through a step-by-step guide on web typography that will take 10 minutes. If you follow it step by step, you will apply typography best practices to enable clear communication. You will design a beautiful, comfortable reading experience.

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