“Design is thinking made visual.” And we can prove that by presenting you new opportunities for making your thinking more visual. We already shared with you our neat comprehensive UI/UX design guide. So, meet another thing that will make your designer’s life brighter – awesome UX Flowchart kit for Sketch and Figma.
This article is a part of our comprehensive UI/UX design guide where we previously discussed Classic and Lean UX design processes along with the Design Sprint by Google Ventures. That was a small intro to the main UX design process approaches. And there Lean UX was described as a set of principles based on the Agile methods of the ‘Lean Startup’, where the focus is brought to the present. But how then we can contradistinguish Agile UX vs. Lean UX? At first, we should tell you more about Agile UX…
As you could remember from our material about the key parts of UX, Information Architecture (IA) is the structural design of the information space to facilitate intuitive access to content. And sometimes when you organize your content some additional tools like mindmaps could be very helpful. Today we’d like to share with you our latest finding – Venngage Mind Map Maker!
Many of us like hamburgers. We are not an exception. And we are talking about the hamburger menu, a navigation element you can find on websites, apps, and programs. And what did you think about? It’s a very popular tool for mobile UX design. So, let’s explore the ‘Hamburger menu’ advantages and disadvantages here.
We try to be updated about everything that is going on in the world of web design. Search is a powerful tool, and as one of the most common elements that we interact with on a daily basis, search input usability is an important consideration. Search inputs best practices in UX for your consideration.
Nowadays it’s hard to impress or even surprise with an interface animation. It shows interactions between screens, explains how to use the application or simply directs a user’s attention. In this article, we want to collect all the main principles and rules in one place and share with you great tips on animation in UX design.
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!