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!
Here in Syndicode, we love to set up new traditions! Having many talented developers of the different stack in our team we support knowledge collaboration. Last Friday we gathered in Syndicode’s Kyiv office to listen to an intro to one of the main JS libraries for building user interfaces. Our Friday evening presentation ‘React.js for beginners’ was also streamed online for Dnipro office and other frontends who was away. Would you like for us to make such presentations available for you too?
CLI (or command-line interface) makes it easier for the user to understand a program. In case of Ruby, which is the most human-language-look-like programming language, it should be even easier to create CLI. But is it so? Let’s explore the basic steps to build command-line interface with Ruby.
The first thing you have to think about when launching the new product is to attract the user’s attention. How will you attract the user to interact with your app or website? What will help you to create the right impression? The answer to these questions is the design.The design is responsible for creating the path to explore the functionality. Let’s consider pros and cons of the skeuomorphic design.