An infographic allows freelancers, businesses and all sorts of organizations to portray information in a visual, easily digestible manner. Think of an infographic as similar to a PowerPoint presentation. They’re far easier to understand than a written brief or a database full of information. What’s great is that many ofRead More →

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I have a free download for all you hustlers out there. I haven’t done a desktop wallpaper freebie in a while, and I think it’s high time to give one away! It’s time to give our desktops a makeover and at the same time have a reminder in plain sightRead More →

The 17th May 2018 is Global Accessibility Awareness day, which makes today the ideal time to consider how inclusive our experiences are for those users who may be disabled, differently-abled, or temporarily inconvenienced. 2017 was a big year for website accessibility lawsuits. Seyfarth and Shaw reported that, by year’s end, there were 814Read More →

Error messages always mean well. But all too often, they’re confusing, unclear, and leave you wondering what to do next. In this post, we’ll highlight some of the worst error messages we’ve ever seen — and offer tips on how to make sure your errors never make these big mistakes.Read More →

Whenever you find yourself in the need of a website you have to make many choices. What kind of site – one page, multiple page site, what kind of design, what kind of theme, and so on. And when you finally decide, another series of decisions come. About how youRead More →

Looking for a way to improve your accessibility rating? There’s a lot you can do and the topic of accessibility runs deep. But one of the simplest things you can do is alter your site’s color selection. You want a color scheme that matches and blends nicely with a strong contrast forRead More →

With a stunning slick body, a great 5.5 inch LCD display, a fingerprint sensor, dual cameras on the back, a headphone jack, and all the makings of a great phone, the Blloc is exactly that. A great phone, but it’s a different great phone. Designed purely around simplicity and sustainability,Read More →

No matter what type of design you do, an online portfolio is a must. In most cases, companies and clients simply won’t consider you for a job without one. While a UX designer may believe their work doesn’t translate well to a visual platform, a portfolio is even more importantRead More →

These days Progressive Web Apps (PWA) are the talk of the town, mainly due to their amazing usability and unique user experience. With the combined features of websites and native apps, PWAs are becoming a norm for multi-device web applications allowing developers to build fast-loading dynamic apps without using hybrid frameworks. I believeRead More →

Adobe’s XD app for interface design is now available for free Adobe has unveiled a free starter plan for its XD app, which is aimed at UI and UX designers – allowing people to use it across platforms with all its features at no charge. XD previously cost a minimum of $10 a monthRead More →

Did you know that it’s possible to group all websites into just two categories: static or dynamic? The distinction is fairly simple, but each of these categories has its pros and cons. Are you about to build a website and not sure which to choose? This article will help youRead More →

This post was originally published on this site  BOAGWORLD – USER EXPERIENCE ADVICE  For many organisations, conversion rate optimisation is the key to online success. This how-to guide takes you through the process used to maximise the effectiveness of your website to convert. Listen to this post and subscribe usingRead More →

This post was originally published on this site  DESIGNBEEP   Ad banners were, for years, sufficient for websites to make a living. Today, in turn, things are a bit different – banner blindness and ad blockers have seriously torn into the traditional ad revenue of many online publications. No matterRead More →

This post was originally published on this site Google news – Design Spotify is working on a number of dramatic changes to its mobile app. The music streaming service has announced an exclusive media event will be held on April 24th where it purportedly plans to unveil the new changes.Read More →

This post was originally published on this site Google news – Design The word addictive gets tossed around a great deal these days. From dubious pseudo-science to casual conversation, the word has almost lost its bite. Almost. When coupled with words like “cocaine,” “opioid,” or “tobacco,” the word bears itsRead More →

This post was originally published on this site  UX MASTERY   Every product manager’s dream is to launch a product or new feature that is perfect for their customer right out of the gate. But we know this is hardly ever the case. It’s only through experience, and repeated userRead More →

This post was originally published on this site  CREATIVE BLOQ User experience is now considered a vital, standalone discipline within web design. And with ‘UX designer’ fully established as a job title, and specialists still in high demand, our user experiences should be better than ever.  However, as demands changeRead More →

This post was originally published on this site  WEBDESIGNDEV  Content may still be king when it comes to website or app design. It’s still necessary to provide visitors with the means to meet the objectives they had in mind in the first place. That’s the role the design’s UI andRead More →

This post was originally published on this site  UIMOVEMENT  Please login with Twitter to: Upvote UI animations Submit UI animations Login with Twitter If you have a Twitter account already, it only takes a few seconds to login. Just click that big, beautiful button above.Read More →

This post was originally published on this site  UIMOVEMENT  Please login with Twitter to: Upvote UI animations Submit UI animations Login with Twitter If you have a Twitter account already, it only takes a few seconds to login. Just click that big, beautiful button above.Read More →