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Joanna Tapia

@joannata

Field seismologist

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Left navigation is easier to scan

Left navigation facilitates a vertical scanning direction, this greatly improves speed, it also requires fewer visual fixations so we can see multiple navigation links at the same time. 

(Side navigation can be positioned on the right for the right to left writing systems)

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When you improve your spacing, the following happens:

  • It is easier for users to consume the content.
  • It creates a hierarchy of information that relays importance to the user.
  • It creates consistency throughout your designs.
  • It just looks better.

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During the first two weeks, I illustrated in Sketch and then imported it into Principle for animation.

  • Sketch : A lightweight vector editing tool that is intuitive and affordable. I find it a handy tool to create simple illustrations.
  • A lightweight Prototyping tool that generates interactive animation. It works with sketch Seamlessly.

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I just landed my first full-time role as a UX designer and officially closed my job search. After more than 40 coffee dates, phone calls, design presentations and one-on-one interviews, I’ve come up with this list of 10 UX questions that I found crucial in my search.

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If You Control the Menu, You Control the Choices

Millions of us fiercely defend our right to make “free” choices, while we ignore how those choices are manipulated upstream by menus we didn’t choose in the first place.

When people are given a menu of choices, they rarely ask: 

  • “what’s not on the menu?” 
  • “why am I being given these options and not others?” 
  • “do I know the menu provider’s goals?” 
  • “is this menu empowering for my original need, or are the choices actually a distraction?” 

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