You should remember our list of user research tools list in 2018. We tried to collect the best tools for you and today we are going to expand this topic and talk about choosing user research methods. How do you know which user research method is the right one for you? We’ll help you to answer that.
Guide on dynamic image resizing with Node.js and the Serverless Framework by Nick Gottlieb is a good start for entering web app development along with understanding how serverless can benefit here. However, here we’ll talk mostly not about Serverless Framework pros, but about auto-scaling, pay-per-execution functions that let you avoid a massive collection of pre-scaled cloud data, and also significantly cut down on your compute costs…
“Design creates culture. Culture shapes values. Values determine the future.” And we are ready to determine for you a collection of the best design practices. Checklist Design is UX and UI best practices collection that will bring together everything you need to know. Well, you should already know a lot about design from our UI/UX design guide, but a little useful checklist will never hurt anyone…
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.
Where is it? Have you seen it? Our inspiration? After this weekend it is hiding somewhere and we haven’t found it yet. Well, it might be afraid of tons of the current tasks… Or it is exhausted and wants a vacation? Or it’s just Monday?
Sure, it’s hidden on Tuesday! Tomorrow, after art-pause, we’ll get back refreshed and full of new ideas. But you might have a great time with your inspiration today! We wish you never lose it!
We’re sure that none of you really believe in luck. Well, believing in luck is not a bad thing, actually. But, we hope, that you, at least, do your best to reach your goals and not rely on some lucky charm or whatever. It happens sometimes that we catch the wave and everything goes really awesome, but bad times do happen as well. The question is, does a thing like ‘luck’ really exist? What does it depend on? What about chasing your luck?
We’ve already discussed with you that testing React component using Jest is not so difficult. And you can find that there is actually nothing that can be solved. The main thing is to practice…and read our blog of course. So, let’s look closer to another interesting tool. Majestic is a GUI for Jest.
It happens often that when we see something attractive we start to think it has positive qualities. Beautiful people are smart and kind, attractive food is always delicious and calm blue sea is always warm and full of peaceful creatures. This kind of cognitive feature has a name in social psychology: the “halo effect.” We will talk today about something similar that happens in UX and will present you the tips to design attractive forms for people to submit them.
How do you feel when the moment of reaching your goal eventually comes? Is it what you wanted? It’s like when you were saving money for something desired, but then you have it, and that’s it. Achievement unlocked and there’s some time between past and present you don’t really know what to do next. Probably, you will search for the other aim. But does the aim mean to you? Or the way you reach it? What do you think?