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7 Awesome Wireframing Tools You Should Be Using

Over the years, we’ve become so much more knowledgeable about the UX design process, especially in regards to wireframing — a highly useful design exercise that can significantly improve the overall user experience of the final product.
In this roundup, we’ll take a look at the best wireframing tools.
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Chinese Material Design

This Chinese Design Language will Make You Want to Switch.China is known for having their own alternatives for Google, Facebook, Whatsapp and every other American service ever made. I was surprised to stumble upon a Material Design alternative, which might even be better in some aspects. In short, Ant Design is a complete...

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19 Free Fonts You’ll Want to Use in 2019, Trends and Examples

You're reading 19 Free Fonts You’ll Want to Use in 2019, Trends and Examples, originally posted on Designmodo. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook, Google+!

Every new year comes with lists of new design trends and techniques you’ll be using in the months to come. But what about...

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Why are you not designing your day-to-day experience?

When designing everything around you becomes second nature.The other day a coworker and I were chatting about our phone’s home screens and the way we organize our app icons. We spent a good amount of time describing to one another our implicit rules on how we prioritize homepage icons, how we choose apps that will sit...

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The Secret to Being a Great UX Designer

Here it is:Ask “why?” often.Why ask why? It’s a powerful question for multiple reasons.Why brings understanding, purpose, and motivation. How? Why unlocks valuable information from customers, clients, and co-workers to provide depth. Why directly uncovers assumptions and can open the door to areas that hadn’t...

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Sneaky Sustainability: 7 Ways to Design a More Efficient Home

If you're interested in building a more sustainable, eco-friendly home, you probably already know most of the basics: installing solar panels for power, opting for water-saving fixtures in the bathroom, you know the drill.
The post Sneaky Sustainability: 7 Ways to Design a More Efficient Home appeared first on Freshome.com.

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What Are Dark Patterns? (And Why You Shouldn’t Use Them)

Dark patterns are website interfaces that cause users to interact with a website in a way that isn’t what they intended. They cause users to click through to a page, or even add an extra item to a shopping cart, without intending to. From sneaky clicks to straight-up poor website practices, dark patterns are in […]

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Design Tips: How to Make Your App Icon Stand Out

The design of an app icon is essential for App Store and Google Play Store optimization. Unlike text descriptions and screenshots that are aimed at making people want to install the app, icons have a broader scope of responsibility. An icon is a small branding element that should attract at first glance, stand out from the...