Welcome to the next edition of my Design Strategy blog series. Today, I’m sharing a client story with the hope that y’all will focus on thinking about WHY you should do things differently so that your program can rapidly mature and scale quickly. I will once again skip the “how-to” article formula and dry laundry… Continue reading Name/Role/Value – Whose Role Is It Anyway?
Discovering and enjoying classical music made easy with Apple’s dedicated app, Apple Music Classical Generated by the author using Adobe Firefly There’s a problem when it comes to searching and exploring classical music on music streaming services. Apple Music is not different, and Apple tried to solve this problem by launching a separate app! In this… Continue reading From Beethoven to Bach: how Apple’s new app makes classical music discovery a breeze
Why should you care about them? Apple Magic Mouse Versus Logitech MX Master. Source: Tidbits A design pattern is a document that describes a common solution to a recurring design problem. According to Tibor Kunert (2009), using design patterns allows designers to quickly find solutions to problems using proven designs, rather than starting from scratch each time.… Continue reading Patterns are good
Sweetgreen seems to have its mind in the right place when it comes to embracing present and future technologies to offer an amazing UX. Image by Sweetgreen. Sweetgreen has come a long way since opening its first Washington, D.C. salad bar in 2007. 15 years have passed, and they are now on track to reach over 200… Continue reading The UX of Sweetgreen
When it comes to online shopping, one size doesn’t always fit all. Clothing stores are an obvious example. However, there are countless other eCommerce sites that sell variable products. The same laptop may be available in various screen sizes, or with different amounts of storage. Even if you’re running a takeaway restaurant, a customer may… Continue reading How to Set Up WooCommerce Product Options
11 Shares For almost a decade now, influencer marketing has been on the rise as more and more social media platforms start utilizing it. Influencer marketing consists of social media personalities, or ‘influencers’ as they call themselves, advertise different products or services on their social media platforms. Basically, this is just a relationship that has… Continue reading Upcoming Trends with Influencer Marketing For Brands
In one of our previous posts, we compared WordPress and Shopify to help you figure out which might be better choice for you to set up your own online store. We separately covered different factors like cost, extensibility, support and customization etc. to see how both these platforms stacked against each other. WordPress Shopify vs.… Continue reading WooCommerce vs Shopify: Which One is Right for You?
Setting up an online store has never been easier. However, it can still be confusing. There are just so many different platforms and services available for you to start selling your products online that it becomes hard to make the right choice. This is especially true for beginners who have never set up an eCommerce… Continue reading Shopify vs WordPress: Which is Best?
The pandemic has enhanced the growing remote work trend in one year. Companies are having a lot of trouble in the human resource department to ensure their employees stay in the organization. Although remote work has come with extra benefits for many organizations, there has been a myriad of challenges in the HR department regarding… Continue reading The Big Challenges in Retaining Remote Workers
In this article, we’ll discuss the basics of the switch statement in PHP. Along with the syntax of the switch statement, we’ll also go through a couple of real-world examples to demonstrate how you can use it. What Is the Use of the Switch Statement? In PHP, the switch statement is considered as an alternative… Continue reading Using the PHP Switch Statement
Let’s discover the different brochure styles and learn how to tell the difference between a brochure vs. a flyer, leaflet, and pamphlet design. In this article, we’ll give you a better understanding of brochures by explaining: What is a brochure? What are the sizes of traditional brochure designs? What are brochures used for? What are… Continue reading What Are the Different Types of Brochure?
[unable to retrieve full-text content] Susan Kare rendered in the Macintosh rainbow by Daley Wilhelm Why women in UX? Ready for an utterly shocking statement? Prepare thyself: women are underrepresented in the tech sector. Oh… you already knew? I should have accounted for the fact that this is a well-documented phenomenon, the Pew Research Center reported that… Continue reading Women in UX: Susan Kare
Everyone has wondered at least once today how to spy on someone else’s Story without anyone finding out and also without ending up on a “Seen by” list. On the one hand, Instagram encourages openness and sharing, and all this to say, social media has nothing to do with anonymity. But on the other hand,… Continue reading Best Ways to Browse Instagram Stories Without Anyone Knowing (Anonymously)
Are you searching for fonts similar to the Garamond font style? In this article, we will present you with 15 fonts that are similar to the classic Garamond serif font. We’ll also look at some fonts you can pair with Garamond in your web- or print-based projects. The classic Garamond typeface is considered a timeless… Continue reading 15 Fonts Similar to Garamond and What to Pair It With
August 12, 2016 by Veronika iPhone’s full HD retina and 3D touch display is the perfect canvas for creating enchanting designs. With these 10 free iOS design apps you can easily expand your portfolio on the go. Paper Source: https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2015/10/paper-by-fiftythree-app-review-ios-gotta-get-that.html Developed by: FiftyThree, Inc Category: Productivity Price: Free Paper is not your typical productivity app. It… Continue reading 15 Free iOS Apps For Graphic Designers
Validation of form input is something that should be taken seriously. With luck, nothing worse than garbage data will be submitted to a site which uses data from forms without proper validation. However, there also a chance that hackers will be able to compromise the private data of users who trusted you with their information.… Continue reading Form Input Validation Using Only HTML5 and Regex
In a previous tutorial, we learned how to create a CSS-only vertical organizational chart. Today, as some folks requested, we’ll go through the process of building its corresponding horizontal one. CSS CSS Charts: How to Create an Organizational Chart George Martsoukos And here’s the twist; we’ll create this new chart without changing a single line… Continue reading CSS Charts: How to Create a Horizontal Organizational Chart
Building a website for your law firm is no easy task. Much like with law firm software, there are so many different options and ways to present your services to the public. If you struggle with presentation and marketing, all you have to do is look for inspiration online! Don’t worry, it’s not stealing if… Continue reading Best Law Firm Websites
People who trust your brand are much more likely to give your products or services a chance. Customer and client testimonials, along with other direct statements from people you’ve worked with, can make your brand seem much more trustworthy. A real quote from a previous customer can help prove how seriously your business takes customer… Continue reading How to Harness the Power of a Strong Client Testimonial
The demand for content on the web is stratospheric. You don’t have to produce your own content, but you do need to supply content that’s reliable. To offer relevant, up-to-date content, you need a reliable, up-to-the-minute source of news data gathered from a wide range of popular sources from around the world, including CNN, MSNBC,… Continue reading Real-Time News Data With the mediastack API
[unable to retrieve full-text content] Digital-first design is well and truly here and COVID-19 has accelerated the trend. Increasingly, people are aware that a digital brand is a brand built on quality experience and design. Today brands literally live and die in the consumer's hands, and often digital experience is baked into the DNA of… Continue reading Lessons from Spotify: using multiple touchpoints to build an identity
In this article, I’ll show you how to use PHP code in your HTML pages. It’s aimed at PHP beginners who are trying to strengthen their grip on the world’s most popular server-side scripting language. Again, PHP is a server-side scripting language. That means a PHP script is executed on the server, the output is… Continue reading How to Use PHP in HTML
[unable to retrieve full-text content] The case of autonomous vehicles. This is the last publication about the Master's research I’ve conducted when studying in 2018 a Hyper Island in Manchester. In the first two publications, I’ve respectively explained why autonomous vehicles onboard experience is likely to reinforce behaviours harmful to society and what design requirements… Continue reading Designing problems by designing solutions [Part 3]