Designing UI elements isn’t just limited to designing clever buttons or impressive icons. There’s more than meets the eye, and each piece is crucial in rendering an interface’s usability.
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A very useful technique to create cohesive color palettes it to blend/mix a color over all the colors of the palette, therefore adding unity to all the colors. Here you can select a blending color, a blending intensity and a blend mode to apply to the different palettes.
Emotional intelligence refers to a person’s ability to recognize and understand their own emotions and the emotions of others, and to use this awareness to manage their own behavior and relationships effectively. As I learned more about emotional intelligence and how it can impact the user experience, I began to realize that my job as a designer was
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Atomic UX research is a user experience (UX) research method that focuses on understanding and improving the smallest interaction units within a user interface (UI). It is based on the idea that the most effective way to improve the overall UX of a product is to focus on improving the individual interactions that make up the product.
If there is one thing I want you to take from this post, it’s that interviews and surveys are not the only methods that can help you to uncover customer pains and desires. What if I told you that there is a cheap way to do qualitative research with quantifiable outcomes?
The web design industry, like any other visual-related industry, changes constantly. What was considered cool five years ago, today testifies to the outdated vision of their creators.
Many stakeholders don’t understand the value of UX design and see UX as non-essential or “nice-to-have”. It’s our responsibility as designers to advocate for ourselves and communicate the value of good UX design for a few reasons.
A couple of months ago I started reading about designers’ thoughts on design. As I was digging deeper, I found an index with more than 200 manifestos from all around the world, some of which were over 100 years old. I was struck by the way people talked about the transformative power of our field and how it shapes the world around us, so I decided to read them all…