RE: Kele 'Yintii' Heart's "Job Listings - built with React and slight design change" solution1Good work here Kele. I know this challenge takes time to style and implement. There are some things you should clean up, but you should be proud of how far you've gotten.I do like that you added a filter to the top of the page, but if I'm the designer or the product manager, I'd have you remove it until you click on a tag. If you select multiple tags from the filter, it doesn't properly function.On all your clickable states, there's no hover state. This is not good for usability as the user will not know if something is clickable.If you look at the active-states.jpg, it tells you what should be clickable. Currently, you cannot click on the individual job posting tags. That's how a user will filter the results.Font size, letter spacing, padding on tags, missing box-border on each listing, etc. These are details missed.