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UI Design for Developers
As a developer, your goal should be to create designs that are as objectively good as possible, using design systems, well-established principles and techniques that translate well to code. You should work on your speed, since you don’t want to steal away from your coding time. My goal is to get you to be satisfied with your designs and to find a system to consistently improve over time by not only explaining the foundations of UI design, but my personal insights on how it's feasible to divide your time between design and code. We'll be using free icons and illustrations from shape.so and mockups from angle.sh.
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Lesson: Flexible List Layout
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Create list rows and columns that are flexible and reusable.

In the previous section, we added a card that displays information about a particular course. In this section, we’ll add a list layout next to the card. Each of the list items will have title, a subtitle, a timestamp and lastly, a progress bar to track the progress of the user.

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UI Design for Developers
As a developer, your goal should be to create designs that are as objectively good as possible, using design systems, well-established principles and techniques that translate well to code. You should work on your speed, since you don’t want to steal away from your coding time. My goal is to get you to be satisfied with your designs and to find a system to consistently improve over time by not only explaining the foundations of UI design, but my personal insights on how it's feasible to divide your time between design and code. We'll be using free icons and illustrations from shape.so and mockups from angle.sh.
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