[unable to retrieve full-text content] Much of our work as user experience designers is understanding the whys and why nots of our audiences’ decision making. In a previous post, I explored why people decide to switch or stay with products, focusing mainly on circumstances, the “where” and “when” of a job. The circumstances in which… Continue reading The ABCs of attitude-based archetypes in design
Do you have the skills as a graphic designer but work in another job? Perhaps switching careers might do you more good in terms of money made and how much enjoyment you get out of work. Even if you have not had an opportunity to gain real working experience, there is still a lot that… Continue reading Making Money as a Graphic Designer
The fresh Resume Templates with high-quality professional templates designed for any creative organization to express you that may help you to get your dream job. Easy to use Resume Templates which help you to update your resume design and give your resume a professional look. All resume templates are come up with cover letter and portfolio… Continue reading 27 Professional Resume Templates with Cover Letters
Over the last few years, everyone’s been talking about Dark Mode. It’s said to boost productivity and focus while reducing eye strain. It’s also supposed to be better for your battery life. But is that the whole story? Research into the matter suggests that Dark Mode might not be so healthy for us after all.… Continue reading Dark Mode Looks Good, But Is It Actually Hurting You?
The space between letters is just as important for legibility as the text itself. If your website is hard to read, don’t just consider the typeface: consider the white space as well. With kerning, leading, tracking, and other spacing tools, you can make your text more readable without a major design overhaul using these text… Continue reading Kerning, Leading, Tracking, and Everything You Need to Know About Text Spacing
“For every customer who bothers to complain, nearly 26 others remain silent.” How will you address the grievances of those who will just leave you silently. How will you solve the problem when you actually don’t know what the problem is. For this you need to take initiative and start talking to your customers.The first step… Continue reading Are you asking for customer 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