Apple dropped something of a bombshell back in September when they presented the latest iteration of the best selling smartphone, the iPhone X (AKA the “iPhone ten”). The Apple CEO, Tim Cook, called it the “biggest leap forward since the original iPhone” and, true to his word, the iPhone X feels like a completely different… Read more »
As app development hits an all-time high and more and more apps are hitting the app stores, it is becoming increasingly important to make your app stand out from the rest. To attract the attention of customers, you need to have an exceptional design that appeals to user’s interests and needs.
According to the old adage, a poor carpenter blames his tools. But what can a skilled carpenter who has the right tools available at his disposal achieve? Like any job, user experience designers can benefit from using a great set of tools that improve their workflow and make their lives much easier.
Want to impress users with making-life-easier and cutting-edge conversation interface or chatbot? Check how to do it in 2018.
Interaction design is somewhat of a buzz term right now. But what is it and what does it involve?
Today we would like to tell you why you cannot do without a graphic designer on a project. We will provide you with the evidence why the application packed with the top-notch features, complex business logic and advanced back-end will fail right after the publishing. Fans of amateur handicraft will be unhappy.
Every element on a web page exerts a visual force that attracts the eye of the viewer. The greater the force, the more the eye is attracted. These forces also appear to act on other elements, imparting a visual weight and direction to their potential movement and suggesting where you should look next.
We’ve come to a mutual opinion that designer’s imaginary boundaries depend on a person. Some people take rules and regulations as limits when others benefit from these rules and find ways to make their work more efficient and proficient.