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Are You Too Old to Be a Web Designer?
There’s nothing nice about asking the question “How old is too old to …?” So, I’m going to start by getting the answer out of the way, right now: You’re never too old to… …become a web designer… …transition from web designer to UX designer… …become a full-stack designer-developer powerhouse… …or do whatever the heck… Continue reading Are You Too Old to Be a Web Designer?
Benefits of Using Kanban Tools in Project Management
Team members are the people who usually give their insight when there is a discussion about identifying the opportunities to improve the business. But in the majority of the situations they will be busy, and it does not seem right to pull them from their work and get their input. So, if the same team… Continue reading Benefits of Using Kanban Tools in Project Management
How to Design a Luxury Product Website
Luxury brands are all about projecting the right image. It’s a combination of taste and style that makes the brand appealing to people. Designing a website that successful captures the luxurious sense of a brand is a fine art, and one that must be practiced. Here are some tips on how to design a luxury… Continue reading How to Design a Luxury Product Website
Lean UX – How to Apply Lean Principles to User Experience Design
The process of putting together a good user experience design has always been talked about as a deliverables-based practice where bureaucracy, specification documents, wireframes, mockups and site maps took the center stage. This deliverable based practice, meaning that everything, each step of the process, has to be delivered with proper timing and documentation, witch often… Continue reading Lean UX – How to Apply Lean Principles to User Experience Design