Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers. “It’s 2022. Figma has completely taken over the Product Design world over the last four years. It’s rare to see a company gain such rapid adoption across an entire industry so quickly. With that kind of growth comes a lot of problems. The product accrues debt in different areas (both… Continue reading Figma next steps, is Design Thinking overhyped, the UX of Stable Diffusion
5 Steps to Boost Your Business With Video Content Are you struggling with promoting your social media accounts? Maybe there’s something wrong with your marketing strategy! It is pretty common for businesses to neglect using the most efficient type of content – videos. Promoting a brand requires a ton of effort, and using videos helps… Continue reading Boost Your Business With Video Content in 2021
Thankfully, you no longer have to rely on a resume to try to communicate how talented you are to others. Your skills as a freelancer should be shared with others through visual media. It makes a lot more sense than writing up a one page summary that says, “I graduated from so-and-so university in 2010… Continue reading What’s the Best Way to Share Your Work Online?
Notifications are a crucial part of any app. Not only are they a key part of keeping users engaged with your application: many apps require notifications for their basic functionality. You won’t have much of an email app, for example, if you don’t have notifications. But the line between good notifications and bad notifications is… Continue reading Best Practices for Designing Push Notifications
You have three options when it comes to creating a trendy vintage style logo or insignia: Buy a premium script font, draw your own or use a free font. The free option sounds great but it can be difficult picking out quality typefaces from the hoards of cheesy display fonts that litter free font libraries.… Continue reading The Best Free Script Fonts for Creating Vintage Logos
Web Design Workshop is our regular community project where we ask readers to submit their work for your friendly, constructive criticism. It’s the perfect way to learn, offer opinions and have your own work critiqued! This week, something you may have already seen if you follow Dan Eden.. Rules of Engagement Play nice! We… Continue reading Web Design Workshop #36: Gateway Learning