When you design for the web, no matter the industry, there are expectations that must be met, and realities that must be accounted for. Although this is true for all forms of web design, it is especially true for logo design. This is something we’ve encountered numerous times. Think about the many different conventions of logo… Continue reading Making logos work for the web
Modern case studies are built for design projects of all types. Studios and freelancers alike can put together case studies ranging from branding, web design, mobile UI design, or even After Effects compositing. The following tips & examples should help you understand the purpose of case studies in a creative portfolio. While they might not… Continue reading The Importance of Case Studies in a Design Portfolio
Often times when designers consider looking for the best websites for UX research, including case studies and tests, they contemplate not knowing where to begin to look. If you are really interested in further developing your UX skills, whether it’d be brushing up on your design or base concepts, you would need at hand all… Continue reading 10 best websites for UX research, case studies and tests
Some time ago I published an article describing a workflow which supports and emphasizes human-centric thinking in web design. In today’s artical, we’ll examining websites that apply this methodology and see how human-centric design has contributed to their success.