Bright And Unusual Pillows In The Interior: 17 types of interesting examples of pillows

If your interior no longer inspires you, and you want new colors, then you should pay attention to bright decorative pillows that will undoubtedly update your space. Decorative pillows will make your interior not only cozy and stylish, but also set the tone and mood of your home. In the summer, it is worth getting… Continue reading Bright And Unusual Pillows In The Interior: 17 types of interesting examples of pillows

30 Stunning Green-Colored Web Design Layouts

The color green often imparts a sense of nature. The beauty of trees, shrubs, flowers, and other natural plants we can find on this Earth. But money can also symbolize other things to people such as money, health, and communication. The use of green is so widespread over so many various hues that it could… Continue reading 30 Stunning Green-Colored Web Design Layouts

How to deal with designers in 10 easy steps

[unable to retrieve full-text content] This is is a satire. Did you just hire a couple of designers, thinking they would sit quietly and create some visuals? I have bad news for you. They are already thinking about changing things, while blabbing about people, ethics, experiences, and a guy named Norman. Soon enough, they will audit… Continue reading How to deal with designers in 10 easy steps

Understanding Mental Illness in the Tech Field

World Mental Health Day (10th October) is an international day for mental health. Its goal is to raise awareness and to lower social stigma in an empathetic way. The World Federation for Mental Health started the event initially in 1992. Richard Hunter, the then Deputy Secretary General, organized the event, aiming to start a long-term… Continue reading Understanding Mental Illness in the Tech Field

Free Fall Pictures to Use for Your Next Web Design Project

Autumn has its own special magic, markedly different from the freshness of spring, the heat of summer, and the bitter cold of winter. The burst of colors that weave around the trees is both poignant and upbeat, a goodbye to languorous summer days and hopeful anticipation for a festive season.  For a website design project,… Continue reading Free Fall Pictures to Use for Your Next Web Design Project

Answers From a Panel Discussion

A few months ago I ran a panel discussion for the Swedish organisation DataTjej that included four panelists, plus an audience of forty women and non-binary people to dig deeper into the potential of role models. The discussion gave us a huge amount of insights and showed that everyone can work together to overcome the… Continue reading Answers From a Panel Discussion

Microcopy Tips to Improve Your Site’s UX

Microcopy is a fundamental part of your site’s UX. Let’s check out some microcopy tips for a better user experience. What is microcopy? Microcopy is made up of the tiny snippets of text scattered around your website. It can include things like button texts, form labels, interaction prompts, tool tips and even error messages. As… Continue reading Microcopy Tips to Improve Your Site’s UX

Design is Diversity, UX Job Boards, Terrible Designs, and other UX links this week

What’s hot in UX this week: Design is Diversity: it’s Time to Talk about our Role as Designers → As designers, we spend most of our day imagining and building experiences that, when added up, take a big portion of people’s days and affect a lot the relationships they have with other people and with… Continue reading Design is Diversity, UX Job Boards, Terrible Designs, and other UX links this week