When we design a product, we choose words and group content to help users use the product. Those decisions form the basis of the product’s “information architecture.” To combat against our biases, we run design exercises. One exercise is called card sorting.
Using a fuzzy finder like Ctrl-P has improved my speed to find files
over my previous method of a file drawer in Vim like NERDTree.
As the middle of September approaches, I am about to finish the last
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