Why blockchain and Web 3 user interfaces will suck for a while

How Web 2.0 grumpiness + Web 3.0 hubris are contributing to terrible user experiences on the cutting edge of tech. Statler and Waldorf definitely aren’t interested in Web 3. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RF62EGPppFU My point in a nutshell: Web 3 people are generally not interested in lessons from the past, and experienced tech people don’t need Web 3… Continue reading Why blockchain and Web 3 user interfaces will suck for a while

Top New CMS Plugins, October 2020

Plugins offer a ton of benefits to developers and website administrators; from flexibility, to saving time in development, the right plugin is priceless to a project. In this article, we’ll cover a list of the best new plugins for October 2020. You’ll find useful plugins for WordPress, Craft, Shopify, and Joomla. Let’s get started. WordPress… Continue reading Top New CMS Plugins, October 2020

How to Create and Run Successful Instagram Marketing Campaigns

Instagram is the perfect place to promote your brand, expand your customer base, and engage your target audience. Having a complete content marketing strategy for this social platform is crucial, but in some cases, you’ll want to achieve a specific goal, like connect with new customers, build brand reputation, or launch a new product. Enter… Continue reading How to Create and Run Successful Instagram Marketing Campaigns

5 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Starting a Small Business

Starting a business comes with its risks. Even though running a business is a lifelong goal for many, everyone makes mistakes when they’re starting out. With anything new, it’s only natural to make errors and oversights. Yet, too many mistakes can ruin a small business. This list identifies solutions to some of the common mistakes… Continue reading 5 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Starting a Small Business

Raising a Design System in a team

DDesign systems have been around for quite a while. They’ve arisen with the need of designing for not only one thing, but for a whole set of elements, keeping the same look & feel among them, so all the individual parts look as though they belong to the same family. Design systems were first developed… Continue reading Raising a Design System in a team

UX debt symptoms

User experience (UX) design has a wide scope and touches many things in both a product and in an organization. The field itself is fairly new and evolving rapidly along with technology. It’s no wonder that many of us in the technology and business world can lose track of UX’s latest evolution. It can be… Continue reading UX debt symptoms

Are you asking for customer feedback?

“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?

Beautiful and Simple Logo Design Ideas for Your Inspiration

November 30, 2017 by Spyrestudios Blogger You have launched your online store, put a social media campaign in place, and created a roadmap of how you can grow your business over time. However, now it’s time for the company branding. So, how do you start with that?Branding comprises of many things- your company’s work culture,… Continue reading Beautiful and Simple Logo Design Ideas for Your Inspiration

Creating a first Product Design System in Sketch

The first days I remember the first day I joined Agorize, I asked the PM if there is a styleguide I can use in Sketch. He told me we didn’t have any styleguide and only had some screens designed in Photoshop. The problem is that we have a product with a consumer-facing side and a client-facing… Continue reading Creating a first Product Design System in Sketch

The 5 questions you should be asking yourself all day, everyday #UX

The other day I found myself writing down a list of 5 questions I was asking myself more frequently than ever in the projects I am working on — and decided to pass it on to my team as well. The agency life is extremely fast-paced. Each Experience Designer on my team is simultaneously involved in two… Continue reading The 5 questions you should be asking yourself all day, everyday #UX

They are all around us: 6 archetypes of self-assessed “UX designers”

We’re living in the era of the “UX enthusiastics”: some people just feel they have a natural talent about anything related to “user” AND “experience” and this enables them to randomly act and feel as UX designer. Someone should tell them that this is one of those cases when a natural talent in not enough… Continue reading They are all around us: 6 archetypes of self-assessed “UX designers”

4 Ways Designers Can Use Asana to Organize Their Work

Collaboration, organization, and communication are important to making a design process flow smoothly–especially when you’re dealing with multiple stakeholders or cross-functional teams. After all, nothing is worse than having to waste time digging around Google Docs for a product roadmap from last month or not getting enough context for a mockup you’re about to work… Continue reading 4 Ways Designers Can Use Asana to Organize Their Work