New UI elements at your service – we’ve updated the Flat UI library with a set called “Flat UI Kit”.
Category Archives: User Experience
We partnered up with one of the best mobile design teams in Poland to prepare this special treat for you – mobile trends for 2014 explained and illustrated.
(…) the process of designing a truly innovative experience cannot simply rest on the process excellence of classic customer experience-improvement efforts or the creative brilliance of the marketing team.
If you were asked whose salary is bigger in Silicon Valley, designer or engineer, you’d probably point at the coder. Historically, Silicon Valley has valued developers above all the other employees. But there is a massive shift occurring.
Looking at the role of user exprience designers from business development perspective.
Now, in the time-starved 1990s, parents neither make the birthday cake nor even throw the party. Instead, they spend $100 or more to “outsource” the entire event to […] some other business that stages a memorable event for the kids — and often throws in the cake for free. Welcome to the emerging experience economy.
There is no denying that the current state of personal technology has brought design tools into the hands of the public. From pre-school drawing games and puzzles to the functions adults use to make birthday announcements and garage sale flyers, everyone has seen that design is easy and we are overpaid jerks.
The Cult of the Amateur, revisited.
Looking back at the last year, there was quite a bit to learn about! In case you have missed out on any of our tutorials, case studies and design tips here’s the full list. Happy designing!
What would you do with a programmable, open-source EEG platform that gives anybody with a computer access to their brainwaves? Think about it, it’s already on Kickstarter.
It’s quite common for designers to develop design systems and libraries of patterns. A designer can save a considerable amount of time if they develop a reliable design system. One that goes beyond colors, fonts, grid etc but rather focuses more on how the various elements and parts become a whole.
How to get started in UX Design? That’s an excellent question. Although the number of design resources for beginners grows rapidly, I firmly believe that they do not offer the right approach to the problem. UX Design is a holistic approach to product & service development that requires solid background of the right thinking habits, rather than just a set of hard skills. Take a look at the list below and let me know your thoughts.