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A Little Less Lonely Planet — A UX Case Study A travel-based social connection app design concept for Lonely Planet This was a research and design project through General Assembly and is not associated or affiliated with Lonely Planet Team: ‘The Prototypes’ Jenny Lee & Adrienne LaFlam Role: UI Designer Duration: 2-Week Sprint Tools: Figma, Zoom, Mi ...
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3 secrets to help you become a UX Design intern at Apple, Google, or Amazon Hi, my name is Leon, I am joining Amazon as a UX design intern this summer. Finding an internship is hard, and finding one at a big tech company like Amazon, Google, or Apple is even harder. I listed these three companies as an example since I have received offers or final ...
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via Muzli design inspiration illustration by Ilya Boyko Designers’ Secret Source The best design inspiration — expertly curated for you. Muzli is a new-tab Chrome extension that instantly delivers relevant design stories and inspiration. Learn more DSM — Hero Header v4 by Tran Mau Tri Tam ✪ One Banking Website by Halo UI/UX bank website: home page ...
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Platform Design Toolkit Bootcamp — Field Notes Some of the amazing crew from the Platform Design Toolkit bootcamp doing their best rock’n’roll expressions Music is my passion, and I lived my dream in my twenties during the early 2000s, touring the world with my band Sodastream. We spent more time in Italy than any other country, and a phenomenon I ...
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Running a webdesign agency in 2021, would it still be worth it? 6 Reasons why it pays off the clients their ROI. I know what you are thinking. There are free website builders, so why pay for a webdesign agency? Well, here is why. After 268 projects, it’s time for blog post. 6 Reasons why working with an agency pays off the clients their ROI (Return ...
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We’re all stuck at home right now. If you’re like me, you’re probably using this time to spring clean, organize your bookmarks bar, write letters to friends and family, and maybe even learn something new. As someone who’s fairly new to the field of UX design, I reached out to other Designlab team members, mentors, students, and community members, f ...
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Many times I’ve been asked by friends, mentees and students: “What should I ask on the first kickoff meeting with my client?”. In this article, I will note all the questions that have made my projects successful over the last few years, and hopefully, it will serve you to start any new project on the right foot. Source: https://unsplash.com/photos/ ...
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Skills that Designers Often Overlook Product/UX designers find their way into the profession from all sorts of backgrounds. Some were engineers, some were self-taught, some were business majors who stumbled on product design as a profession after seeing Jony Ives introduce a shiny new Apple product. I graduated from college with a bachelor’s degree ...
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What attracts consumers towards investing in your tech-education startup? If you are running an education tech startup, chances are you are either struggling to gain signups from users ?  , or you are killing it ? . Registrations and paid customers are falling right — left — and center, and you are looking to scale your platform in ways no one has ...
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Although it probably helps to be a little artistic. NOTE: This article is for novice designers who want to improve their skills and grow their client base. This article is not meant to disparage art or artists in the slightest. I bear the utmost respect for artists of all kind and couldn’t fathom the number of hours and dedication it takes to pursu ...
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Today we compare them to see who will pack more punches. What does the research say? When choosing a navigation layout for your app usually you will need to define the position of primary, secondary, and tertiary navigation hierarchy. A research study “A comparison of three-level menu navigation structures for web design” by Jennifer Rose Kingsburg ...
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Client feedback on design work is not something that can, or should, be avoided. However, we should put in place robust processes for its management.
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“The way we experience the world around us is a direct reflection of the world within us.” – Gabrielle Bernstein
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Erik D. Kennedy notes an interesting phenomenon of color gradients. If you have a gradient between two colors where the line between them in the color space goes through the zero-saturation middle, you get this “gray dead zone” in … The post The “Gray Dead Zone” of Gradients appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP S
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Seven conclusions after two weeks of a diary study. Photo: Phix Nguyen, Unsplash.com You can’t walk into the room of Design Ethics, learn it, and then exit. But you can walk into the stakeholder's room, say that the business model is sh*tty, and then exit. The long-term solution of course lies somewhere else. One of the participants in the Melodife ...
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How Figma defeated other design tools even after entering the market late It is safe to say that the entire design and product community is excited about Figma. But how did Figma make itself a dominant tool for every designer and, more importantly, the tech giants that employ hundreds of designers for their product features? Let’s dig into this top ...
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Source: Vladimir Hadzic on Dribbble It isn’t a mystery that a large part of delivering a highly successful user experience is understanding what the customer wants/needs along with the cognition that consequently gets customers thinking about what they want/need. Psychology, thus, becomes a crucial element in designing the right kind of systems, in ...
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Hello To start with, have you ever wondered when you search a phrase in search engines like bing and google many suggestions pop-up even before we hit the search button? You must have even seen the same content that you searched for appearing on different channels, following you till the time you click, read or buy it? When you stream movies/random ...
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This playful, customizable lamp makes ‘Happiness’ a design feature If there’s ever a secret to great design, it’s to make something that lingers in your memory. Design a product that finds estate in your mind...
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If we consider the latest fintech products such as digital banking platforms, trading apps, forex apps, e-wallets, etc., they all have enough of a trust-factor within them, which helps users to believe in their services. Obviously, the design, the build, and the security of such services have to be kept top-notch. In this article, we will give you ...
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