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2019 UI and UX Design Trends

Scenery Illustration by J.HUALast year we put together a prediction of mobile UI design trends. This year, we’re going deeper and beyond just mobile. Because the number one trend in modern design is context. There are no generalizations anymore. Everything is in context and connected.It feels like we’re getting...

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Web Design Inspiration: 9 Web Interfaces with Catchy Graphics

Design is one of the spheres that constantly evolve and transform. Sometimes it seems you have just got used to a trend or a standard — and the next moment the sphere makes a twist and changes the approach. On the one hand, it always keeps us bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. On the other hand, it demands flexibility and...

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Building the perfect splash screen

In the first part of our series on “Everything you need to know to UX an app”, Duncan Campbell, creative director at Gorilla Arm turns his attention to the first screen your users will see — the beloved splash screen.So you’re probably wondering, “how hard can it be to build the perfect splash screen?” And...

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Interaction prototyping: After Effects vs. prototyping tools

Photo by Kobu Agency on UnsplashThere are tons of prototyping tools out there. I find new ones on a daily basis and, even though competition is good, I can’t wait for a standard to emerge. None of the ones I tried (not too many to be honest, but a good number) has the feeling of a fully fledged professional tool. Each...

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Top 16 Free UX/UI Design Books Worth Reading in 2018

“You will learn most things by looking, but reading gives understanding. Reading will make you free.” Paul RandPaul Rand was right when he said that reading gives us understanding. While we’re busy working on projects, it’s worth to spend some time reading one of the best FREE (yes, it’s all free and...

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Gamification: A guide for designers to a misunderstood concept

How to build a gamification system the right way and how Fitbit, Waze, and Duolingo use it to enhance their products.When I was young, I remember my mother telling me I can go play only after I finish my homework. Which was goddam frustrating at the time. But thinking about this, I realise that most of the things I was...

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The Tried and True Laws of UX [with Infographic]

Remember when your mother warned you not to run down the stairs because you could fall and hurt yourself? Or when you held your palm over a candle’s flame and started feeling the burn? The “laws of UX” are similar — they are cause and effect relationships where one event (the cause) makes another event happen...

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30 Days of Framer X : Week Two

30 Days of Framer X : Week Two30 prototypes created with Framer X and React.jsDay 08 : Card Flip AnimationDownload on GithubDay 05 was a pretty monumental day for me, as I had had no knowledge of rotate3d() before then. On this day, I decided to see if I could make an awesome micro-interaction out of it.The whole...

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UI vs UX — Explore the Core Differences [Infographic]

UI vs UX — Explore the Core Differences [Infographic]The debate over the differences between UI and UX design is nothing new. Some argue that all designers should focus on both, while others argue that they should be two distinct roles performed by two different designers. There are some out there who even argue that...

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Web Design Tips: How to Use Icons on a Landing Page

In the era of scanning and skimming through content, it’s vital to catch the eye of the potential customer. Even if you have a good product or service and an excellent copy, without proper presentation, it risks being passed by a potential customer.The team behind the innovative website builder Tilda continually...