Finding a job is not easy, especially if your specialization is about design and creativity. In UX/UI design, like other fields, a candidate should be aware of skills and experience, as well as the level of the position they are applying for. Luckily for you, the UX job market is full of different opportunities. Let’s […]
There aren’t a lot of places on a web design where you get to tell jokes. Error pages and source code are one of the few places you can hide your humor. Spelunkers of source code know you can find job listings, inside jokes, Monty Python references and more with the “View Source” button. Error […]
Now that iOS 12 is out and some users have upgraded to the operating system, you’ll want to start revising your application to take advantage of the new features of iOS 12 notifications. What’s new in iOS 12 Notifications? iOS 12 brings a number of changes to how notifications work. While no single change completely […]
When it comes down to it, you need to find out if your design works for the end user. That’s what usability testing is all about. As a designer, you live in a small bubble, intimately familiar with the design, fluent enough to navigate complex menus with ease. But will the user attain the same […]
Designing effective navigation menus should be a core competency of any decent web designer. A good navigation menu will be short, well-organized, sufficiently descriptive and effective at corralling user intent. There no secret recipe involved: it comes down to empathy for the user and understanding of their intentions.
Writing user tutorials is essential to launching any new software project. But writing helpful user tutorials requires a careful hand, with a correct understanding of the user’s needs and expectations. With a solid foundation of empathy and understanding, we can build user tutorials that will educate our users without losing their attention or going over […]