Can you tell what technical skills for designers are important today? If you can’t, this article is for you. Here we offer you a list of the tech skills that were mentioned most frequently among 500 designers. Now you can compare how well you know the trends and designers skills broken down by levels.
“Design can be art. Design can be simple. That’s why it’s so complicated.” To make it simple we want to present you Awesome Design Tools library organized by category and function. That’s the best design tools for everything that were curated by Lisa Dziuba & Valia Havruliyk. Don’t say thank you!
In our material about prototyping tools we tried to group them for low- and hi-fidelity techniques are allowed in those tools. You could find some definitions for lo-fi and hi-fi prototyping (along with ‘rapid’, HTML and paper prototyping) in our comprehensive UI/UX design guide. But today we will look closer to the differences between low-fi and hi-fi prototyping.
In our UI/UX design guide we told you about UI software prototyping. In a nutshell, there are 5 types of prototyping, and each type has its own set of digital (and not only) tools that fits best the process. Some of them quite famous, some – not. Today we are ready to present you the ultimate list of UI prototyping tools. Unbiased as always, Syndicode tried to collect the most popular of them.
While we were busy with defining the difference between UI and UX, another question appeared. The question of what exactly the UX designer gets the salary for. What skills should be a must? In other words, what do you pay a UX designer for? As UI/UX design agency, we have the answers to these questions.