Space is one of the core elements in design that is often overlooked. Proper spatial organization helps to achieve consistency between screens, pages, or even products. It also creates visual rhythm, limits decision-making, and helps to achieve better readability and scannability. In this guide, Paul Matvienko discusses the basics of defining a spatial system.
A micro-interaction is a small, focused interaction between a user and a product or service that serves a specific purpose or goal. Micro-interactions are often used to provide feedback, confirm actions, or guide users through a process.
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Rafael Serral’s latest collection features lettering work that has been given a retro twist! Rafael has reimagined some of the most iconic logos, such as Netflix, Nike, Patagonia, Burger King, Adidas and more, giving them a vintage feel. Each design has been carefully crafted to pay homage to the original logo while adding a unique twist.
As we look back on 2022, it’s important to take some time and pour one out for the tech we lost this past year. Whether these products, platforms, and companies lived a long life or barely made it past the pilot stage, burned too brightly like a star or slowly faded away into obsolescence, they all left their mark in some way.
Apps like BeReal and Mastodon broke out in 2022. It’s only the beginning.
This was a strange year as a UX Designer, where I received more lessons from outside the realm than within it. From helping my stakeholders understand me better to understand the impact AI has on design, these are the three most important lessons I’ve learned in 2022 to help me grow as a designer.
Websites, as the keystone of a centralized, privately run digital experience couldn’t be more relevant. Unlike competing technologies, websites allow almost total control of their source code, and that provides an opportunity for skilled designers and developers to compete against the biggest names in their clients’ industries in a way that simply isn’t possible in tightly governed systems like social media.
I’m sure no matter how much caffeine you consume, if you’re a coffee addict and you always maximize your rewards on the Starbucks app, then you’ve probably noticed that Starbucks App Problem that happens when you travel to a different country where you are permanently located.