Metaverse UX, designing with data, immature orgs, how to ask for gender

Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers. “I’m sure that you or someone else you know have worked somewhere in the past where you felt that UX people were out of place. After all, UX is an emerging discipline and a lot of organizations want to hire people from our field because no organization wants to… Continue reading Metaverse UX, designing with data, immature orgs, how to ask for gender

How to Make a Y2K Art Collage in Photoshop

Today we’ll be recreating the Y2K art style using 3D assets and vibrant color grades! We’ll be learning how to create a collage in Photoshop that focuses more on using Y2K-inspired graphics, as opposed to photo-realistic realism. We want the Y2K aesthetic pink trees to look fake and the environment to pop! In a hurry?… Continue reading How to Make a Y2K Art Collage in Photoshop

UX and UI Logo Trends

26 Shares With the advent of online and mobile working culture, UX/UI trends have experienced a significant transformation over the years. Yet 2021 is just no exception. As a UX/UI professional, it is vital to keep updated about these continuously shifting trends and follow and recreate good UX design examples. The COVID-19 issue has transformed… Continue reading UX and UI Logo Trends

35 Scholastic College & University Website Layouts

October 20, 2014 by Jake Rocheleau Modern education has become much more advanced with a larger Internet presence than ever before. Colleges and universities basically need a website to promote tuition fees, academics, campus life, and plenty of similar resources. But unfortunately not every college website has been designed with elegance or grace. I’ve organized… Continue reading 35 Scholastic College & University Website Layouts

Invisible women: When you only design for 50% of the population

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Over a year ago, my ex-boss sent me a screenshot of a book cover on Telegram. I just knew I have to read it. I know I am not supposed to judge the book by its cover but I did. Not because the cover is particularly spectacular but because the… Continue reading Invisible women: When you only design for 50% of the population

Starting your project on the right foot

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Many times I’ve been asked by friends, mentees and design students: “What should I ask on the first kickoff meeting with my client?”. In this article, I will note all the questions that have made my design projects successful over the last few years, and hopefully, it will serve you… Continue reading Starting your project on the right foot

30 Fresh Creative WordPress Themes For 2021

28 Shares Modern fresh WordPress themes for 2021 are here. Professional WordPress themes are suitable for Digital Agency, Corporate, Business, Marketing, Branding, Lead Generation, Consulting, Creative Agencies, Digital Studio and General categories. This is a huge list of Creative, Responsive, Multi-purpose Themes with tons of modern features. With these WordPress themes, you can create any kind of… Continue reading 30 Fresh Creative WordPress Themes For 2021

InVision hype, card game in Figma, how to estimate design work

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Your weekly list of curated design resources, brought to you by your friends at the UX Collective. Things were still good on the InVision train, at least for us designers. But for InVision, the writing was on the wall. Or, it should have been. These new design tools were a… Continue reading InVision hype, card game in Figma, how to estimate design work

A History of Section 508 Accessibility

A first-hand experience implementing Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act In The Beginning: ADA and Section 508 In 1990, I was an almost-brand-new Federal employee and I had the opportunity to attend the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). I clearly remember it was a hot and sun shining day on the White… Continue reading A History of Section 508 Accessibility

20+ New Professional Brochure Templates for Inspiration

Clean and professional multipurpose business brochure templates with creative an elegant design. Brochure templates are perfect for graphic design portfolio, product catalogs, annual report, fashion booklet, photography portfolio and agency based projects. There brochure templates has all the features you’d expect in a brochures, from placeholders, to text styles, one click infographics, and easy to edit master pages. Brochures… Continue reading 20+ New Professional Brochure Templates for Inspiration

Design after technology? Technology after design?

John Maeda said in an interview; […] When technology is the thing you want, you don’t need design because you want better technology.When the technology matures, you don’t buy it just based on technology. In that case, the design comes into the foreground.d. These lines have been etched in my brain, and come back from… Continue reading Design after technology? Technology after design?

5 Innovations That will Make Food and Agri Businesses Smarter

Food and agriculture is an important business. It represents one of the largest industries in the world. The food and agriculture sector is one of the most significant and dynamic ones in members of the European Union. As far as global food and agriculture is concerned, it is worth trillions of dollars. Food and agri… Continue reading 5 Innovations That will Make Food and Agri Businesses Smarter

How Graphic Designers Prepare Themselves for 2020

Technology develops in a matter of weeks, days and even seconds! In the last five years, the development of digital technology has grown so rapidly and in the next five years, some companies may have to adapt to radical changes in the future. If we talk about digital technology, we can’t let go of the… Continue reading How Graphic Designers Prepare Themselves for 2020

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

How Wearable Technology Will Impact Web Design

Remember how wearing a calculator watch back in the day made you feel like George Jetson or his boy Elroy? Technology has come a long way from spelling out naughty words (upside down) on your calculator. These days, you can make calls, record videos, check your health, and buy coffee from your smartwatch–and that’s just… Continue reading How Wearable Technology Will Impact Web Design

An Interactive Timeline of Revolutions in Print Technology

Can design change the world? Can it define an era? The answer to both those questions is… maybe. Over the years, colours, shapes and forms have become deeply associated with certain times and places; with a certain atmosphere that seemed to encapsulate the culture at any given moment. That’s not exactly a controversial idea, but… Continue reading An Interactive Timeline of Revolutions in Print Technology

50 Things We No Longer Do Thanks to Technology [Infographic]

Thanks to our technological advancements, the world is quickly changing. The following infographic take a look at things that we used to do in the past. Remember Blockbuster?  Video streaming at that point and time was so alien to us. Look where were it’s at now… What about the Motorola Razr flip phones? They used… Continue reading 50 Things We No Longer Do Thanks to Technology [Infographic]

6 Biggest Challenges for Designers in 2013

With the economy sinking all over the place, it’s just as challenging for designers to stay afloat as it is for most other professionals. Designers, however, have even more to worry about today than most others because the design environment changes proportionate to web technologies, which really has a rapid rate of change. On top… Continue reading 6 Biggest Challenges for Designers in 2013