Top 5 Web Design Trends That Will Stick in 2022

Posted · Category: Best Collections, Design Web design trends don’t just appear out of the blue. They arise in response to people’s thinking in terms of their needs and comfort zones. We tend to welcome change, as long as its for the better and doesn’t create chaos during a transition from one condition to the… Continue reading Top 5 Web Design Trends That Will Stick in 2022

How to React to Touch Events in Flutter

Almost every app will need some sort of user input. Usually, your app will need to respond to touch events. This is a small guide to touch events, especially for starting Flutter developers. When it comes to gesture recognition and reaction to touch events, Flutter offers incredible widgets for new developers. You can make any… Continue reading How to React to Touch Events in Flutter

Analysing micro-expressions from a (failed) user testing session

[unable to retrieve full-text content] In a recent professional experience, I was unexpectedly sent to Spain for a user test of a system I did not design with the promise of a translator. Once there, no translator. Nice. But the possibility of capturing the video of the faces of the users and their interactions with… Continue reading Analysing micro-expressions from a (failed) user testing session

How to Use ARIA Roles, Properties, and States in HTML

In this beginner’s accessibility tutorial we’re going to learn what ARIA is, why it is necessary to write our HTML with ARIA in mind, what ARIA roles, properties, and states are, and (very importantly) the 5 rules of ARIA use. What is ARIA? ARIA stands for Accessible Rich Internet Applications and it was created by the World… Continue reading How to Use ARIA Roles, Properties, and States in HTML

How to really understand humans

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Need-to-know theories, frameworks and tools for designers and researchers. Unsplash by Nijwam Swargiary Why it matters The proper study of mankind is the science of design. -Herbert A. Simon As a UX professional, looking deeply into how our minds, emotions, needs and behaviors co-exist can help us translate human insights into designs… Continue reading How to really understand humans

2020 Best Resume Templates with Cover Letter

40 Shares Best Resume Templates of 2020 are here, professionally designed simple and clean Resume templates that help you make a lasting impression. We are a team of experienced designers with extensive exposure to the design resume templates. In this collection we are gathered 2020’s Best Resume Templates with cover letter and portfolio pages. These resume… Continue reading 2020 Best Resume Templates with Cover Letter

How to Pick a WordPress Form Builder Plugin

If you own a WordPress site, you probably find forms to be indispensable for creating a satisfying user experience and increasing your conversion rates.  You need forms for clients to get in touch with you easily, answer simple survey questions, leave feedback, write testimonials, and so on. But you don’t need to have coding experience to… Continue reading How to Pick a WordPress Form Builder Plugin

Brand Science 101

Every day in my work helping grow digital agencies and Fortune 500 brands, I hear countless companies struggle with how to discuss, interact with, and grow their client’s brand, leaving dollars on the table and creating problems along the way. The agency owner offers their perspective, shares why branding is important, but usually lacks the… Continue reading Brand Science 101

How to turn user journeys into high-end highways

Photo by Karsten Würth on Unsplash When we need to get from point A to point B, we usually choose from several roads. And let any of them somehow lead us to the destination point, most likely we will get different impressions from this trip. Similarly, when we need to get any online service, we choose… Continue reading How to turn user journeys into high-end highways

When Copy Loves Itself Too Much

One time, I nearly lost my mind while brainstorming copy for a holiday print ad. I was writing for Havenly, an interior design company, and we were advertising in a popular home decorating magazine. “Keep it simple,” I told myself, “this has been done hundreds of times before.” An ad that took way too long… Continue reading When Copy Loves Itself Too Much

Driving innovation [1/2]: a portfolio perspective

In every sector, it’s possible to notice growing efforts towards innovation. More and more organizations do not take their market and own relevance for granted, and realize that some [widely applied] strategies to maintain and grow their businesses [like plain price competition, and aggressive portfolio expansion, among others] may incubate serious near and long term… Continue reading Driving innovation [1/2]: a portfolio perspective

Honing Crazy Eights with randomness

We use Crazy Eights often during ideation at Philosophie including during our Design Sprints (as does Google Ventures). They are great for diverging to lots of ideas before we start to build prototypes. You run the Crazy Eights exercise by quickly sketching a bunch of ideas as a team. Often it is done on a… Continue reading Honing Crazy Eights with randomness

New Course: Practical Web Animation

The days of animation-heavy websites are fading, but there is still something to be said for a site with small amounts of subtle, eye-catching motion to help users interpret interfaces.  In our new course, Practical Web Animation, Envato Tuts+ instructor Craig Campbell will show you practical ways to create animations for buttons, pricing tables, and other… Continue reading New Course: Practical Web Animation

How Good Is JavaScript for Building a Large Scale Web Application?

According to the most statistics that are recent on w3techs.com, significantly more than 89percent of sites presently utilize JavaScript as a client-side program writing language. As a cross-platform and programming that is lightweight, JavaScript makes it easier for programmers to build responsive websites and web applications that work with seamlessly with popular web browsers, operating… Continue reading How Good Is JavaScript for Building a Large Scale Web Application?