How would you show the logical switch between two content part on the site?

almost 4 years ago from , Swift learner

Hello to the design community!

8 months ago we made Awesome Design Tools (the biggest collection of design tools over the web: https://github.com/LisaDziuba/Awesome-Design-Tools). Now it has 500+ design tools and we're adding there all plugins for Sketch, Figma, Adobe XD.

But as it's one site with already much information, it's hard to nake visual switch between "design tools" and "plugins".

This is the design mockup we made for now: https://www.figma.com/file/bI269hxHr1zolXfTimhf2n/Awesome-Design-Tools?node-id=0%3A1

How would you show the switch between "design tools" vs "plugins"? What do you think about theswithc we have now in the design?


  • Matt RintoulMatt Rintoul, almost 4 years ago

    It's likely if someone is looking for help with, say, Accessibility, that they are interested in both the tools and plugins for this topic. How about showing all the tools and plugins within a category on a single page. You could visually distinguish them on the page (with an icon for tool, and another for plugin), or separate them into lists with a heading for each.

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    • , almost 4 years ago

      thanks was an initial idea. The problem is there are 1500 plugins available for all the tools (Sketch, Figma, Abode). So I imagine it will be a huge mess with so many plugins

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  • Stuart McCoyStuart McCoy, almost 4 years ago

    Filters. How is this even a legitimate question? This UI problem has been solved already, why are you looking to redesign the wheel?

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