Étiquette : Design

Most UX and UI designers already understand the nuts and bolts of typography. They can tell you the difference between ‘font’ and ‘typeface’, between ‘mean line’ and ‘baseline’. They might fret over the tracking of a particular font, or cringe at subtle kerning miscues that an untrained eye would gloss over. However, fewer designers grasp […]
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Barring a freshly cleaned whiteboard or the latest version of Sketch, one of the most invaluable tools in a user experience designer's toolbox is the grid layout. Ancient as design itself, grid theory is both the first line item on the Design 101 syllabus and the first diagram a seasoned UX vet sketches out. Its utility is evidenced not just by its ubiquity, but its...
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