Handling cross-team feedback loops on design work

Escape the siloing trap when you are both part of a design team and a product team, involve people early and often, and foster the right conversation at the right time If you are a designer working in a product organization you are maybe also part of two teams at the same time: a design team… Continue reading Handling cross-team feedback loops on design work

15 Psychology Principles Every Designer Should Know

So, really, you’re in the business of designing websites for your clients’ audiences. But how do you ensure you get it right? You could take what your client tells you at face value, but that’s only going to scrape the surface of who their audience is. What you need to do is figure out how… Continue reading 15 Psychology Principles Every Designer Should Know

How to Harness the Power of a Strong Client Testimonial

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

WCAG 2.2 Overview and Feedback

A working draft of version 2.2 of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) has been published for feedback. WebAIM is thrilled to see the work on these formative guidelines continuing and we appreciate the efforts of the W3C’s Accessibility Guidelines working group. Below are WebAIM’s plain language summaries of each of the new proposed success… Continue reading WCAG 2.2 Overview and Feedback

8 Ways to Kickstart a Design System

Recently, I was part of a 3-person team of consultants who in 12 weeks built the foundations of a new design system. That design system is now used in multiple products and is contributed to by other developers and designers. In this post you’ll find some of the techniques we used to make the project… Continue reading 8 Ways to Kickstart a Design System

Is Dribbble Worth Your Time?

The online community has been around since 2010 and is one of the top platforms where designers can share work, or shots, and get feedback. The invite-only community is a showcase of portfolio projects and personal artwork for digital graphics and user interface design, illustrations, animations, and pretty much any other design work you can… Continue reading Is Dribbble Worth Your Time?

Top Best Tools to Improve Your Skills in Graphic Design

Seeking to improve your skills is always good idea. This is even more relevant, when it comes to ever evolving craft like design. Whether you are looking for a “quick fix” or prefer to take a more long-term approach to improving your design skills, you need to start somewhere. It is important to keep in… Continue reading Top Best Tools to Improve Your Skills in Graphic Design

Tips On Educating Your Web Design Clients

You’ll often find that your web design clients simply do not know web design the way you do. They don’t follow the trends, they don’t really understand the terminology, and they don’t understand the reasoning behind certain web design decisions. You certainly know all those things. After all, it’s your job. You’re a web designer.… Continue reading Tips On Educating Your Web Design Clients

How To Design Websites, Hotjar Makes It Super Easy To Understand What Visitors Really Want

First, let’s understand Hotjar in simple words, This is an easy way to improve your site user interaction and conversion rates by using Heatmaps, Visitor Recordings, Funnel and Form Analysis, Polls and Surveys, all from one easy to manage single interface. As you normally find people avoiding to share their opinion and experience with your… Continue reading How To Design Websites, Hotjar Makes It Super Easy To Understand What Visitors Really Want

What You Need To Do To Be A Great UX Designer

The concept of user experience design is a relatively new idea, and now it is an appropriate time to find a way of defining it, by identifying UX design skills and by looking at how these need to be put into practice. In design terms, everything that goes into user experience can make UX a… Continue reading What You Need To Do To Be A Great UX Designer

Weekly Inspiration: Comments, Discussion, and Feedback

In this age of content saturation on the web, one opportunity for online publishers to stand out is through their respective communities. The communities which surround and make use of websites are massively important, and how they interact with those websites, and each other, is equally important. We’re used to seeing comment threads on websites;… Continue reading Weekly Inspiration: Comments, Discussion, and Feedback