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.
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.
“Trying to make sense of color is just us being human and trying to understand the world.” says color theorist and historian Alexandra Loske. For as long as we have existed, humans have tried to make sense of color. With that in mind, we tried to go through moments in color history that have influenced how artists and designers think about color. So, how colors work?
To help make sure that your work can be used and read by as many people as possible, always keep an eye on our blog… and the relative contrast between your colors. This makes sure that everyone has a chance to view your content, including those with color blindness. For digital work, there is a special tool we would like to present to you. Color Review is a tool to test color contrast.
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.
Graphic design is a very complex and interesting subject we like to explore. It is the process of visual communication and problem-solving through the use of typography, photography and illustration. It is common to distinguish three periods in graphic design history that we want to share with you.
Syndicode loves design. Well-designed data density can present massive amounts of information on every screen, while still maintaining a clear and scannable content hierarchy. Following are some recommendations on how to increase data density without decreasing the modern aesthetic of your application. Data density matters in design!