Talking about mobile application design in our big comprehensive UI/UX design guide, we mentioned some mobile app design trends. But trends only help you to stay up-to-date. They only facilitate the proper work of your mobile design that should be based on several rules that have proved their efficiency. Today we’ll talk about 8 key principles of mobile UX design.
You could have read our design events calendar for 2019 we published earlier. There, on April 6, in Kyiv, you could find this interesting name KRUPA (which, translated from Ukrainian, literally means ‘cereals’). But let this name not distract you from the goal of this event, because this is the biggest interface design conference in Eastern Europe! And you’re welcome to join KRUPA 2019!
In our comprehensive UI/UX design guide we made a list of the main UX design parts. But it is likely, you’d like to find more about them and know what other things are considered when you do user experience design. That is why today we decided to describe the key parts of user experience for you in details.
As UI/UX design agency, last week we created for you a comprehensive UI/UX design guide where we gathered all the important theory for creating the outstanding web and mobile application design. The one thing left not covered there is trends (particularly because trends usually change very dynamically). And today we are ready to introduce you design style guides for 2019.
Last time we shared with you some really cool UI prototyping tools for designers. And that’s the time to tell you about another great tool that will make your design even more spectacular. Welcome Ouch – a free illustration library with quality graphics!
As UI/UX design agency, Syndicode tries to keep an eye on the most interesting design events and conferences. If you share our interests you might find this list of UX and Design events to visit in 2019 quite useful! Visit at least one to master your skills and find new inspiration! We have 96 of them listed below!
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.
Last time we shared with you a thoughtful material about UX design pyramid with the user needs. You should take this into account when developing a new design. But at the same time, there are 15 rules for professional UX designers you must know and follow everytime. Here they are!
As UI/UX design agency, Syndicode follows the main rules of UX and UX design to obtain the best results in crafting unique and appealing design for web and mobile apps. Let’s talk about the main requirements for the UX design. What should be the perfect User Experience design? The answer to this question can be presented as the list of UX design requirements which should be met on different levels. We talk about the UX pyramid with the user needs.
Here is Syndicode we follow all the best principles of UI/UX design to make it appealing, responsible and clear. So it could benefit any product we develop and make the user happy. That is why we also happy to share with you some great materials about design we found. They help us to explain you the value of a great design. This time we have some neat intro to wireframes for UX design.
UI/UX design is one of the main parts of any project. Here in Syndicode, our UI/UX designers are engaged in the development processes and can determine the possible future requirements of the application in early stages. From user research to information architecture and from prototypes and mockups to colors and typography – we are in charge of the outstanding design solution. Is this a superpower? Yes. And no. These abilities come from proper education a creative person can obtain to become a professional. And we know where to find the best books and resources for UI/UX designers in 2019! Please, enjoy!