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

Women in UX: Susan Kare

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Susan Kare rendered in the Macintosh rainbow by Daley Wilhelm Why women in UX? Ready for an utterly shocking statement? Prepare thyself: women are underrepresented in the tech sector. Oh… you already knew? I should have accounted for the fact that this is a well-documented phenomenon, the Pew Research Center reported that… Continue reading Women in UX: Susan Kare

Top 9 Tips For Optimizing Images in 2021

The ‘need for speed’ is an essential item on every website’s bucket list these days. And why not? Enhanced speed is directly responsible for converting traffic into paying clients. Anyone in any industry wishes to boost their website’s loading speed, providing an improved user experience. Plus, don’t forget that escalated site speeds also escalates the… Continue reading Top 9 Tips For Optimizing Images in 2021

5 Web Design Trends That You Should Implement Now to Face 2021

4 Shares Are you planning to have your website or redesign the one you already have? Well, you’ve come to the right place! We’ll bring you some of the most important web design trends for next year! Web design is an area that is in constant evolution, not only because it is made up of… Continue reading 5 Web Design Trends That You Should Implement Now to Face 2021

How Color Impacts UX

Let’s start with a common example: You’ve just finished a website design for someone. It looks and functions exactly like the wireframe. Everyone on the design team has praised the project. The client hates it, but they can’t explain why. The culprit might be color. Different colors can evoke such strong emotions that people have… Continue reading How Color Impacts UX

A few things I have learned after 10 years writing about UX

Photo: Drew Coffman I have been blogging for more than 10 years now. (Funny how “blogging” used as a verb sounds a bit off these days) It all started back in the day when I was working as an Information Architect (yep, “UX” is a relatively new term) at the biggest digital agency in Brazil. At… Continue reading A few things I have learned after 10 years writing about UX

Sharing Painful Experience of Resetting Password on GoDaddy

Forgot Password Screen — GoDaddy Recently, I wanted to purchase a domain on GoDaddy. I searched and found the domain and started a checkout process. However, I was unable to recall my all password. So, I decided to reset the password. When I saw a reset password screen, It asked for “User Name & Customer #”. I… Continue reading Sharing Painful Experience of Resetting Password on GoDaddy

On UX Anxiety (Part I)

credits Starting new jobs make me nervous. Have I been a designer for a long time? It feels to me like forever, but comparatively it’s a definite no. The anxiety began when I realized I needed to quit my current job. At the time I was working in UX and front-end development as an offshore… Continue reading On UX Anxiety (Part I)

9 ½ Plausible and/or Absurd UX Industry Predictions for 2018

1. Salaries will either increase or decrease, but likely not remain exactly the same With the volatility of our world, who’s to say where salaries will go? 2017 similarly saw salaries go in a direction. 2018 will either see an increase or decrease. This will depend on economies, how many salary negotiation blogs we read, and… Continue reading 9 ½ Plausible and/or Absurd UX Industry Predictions for 2018

Goal-based Sketching for UX design

Sketching and doodling can be fun, relaxing and has the power to expand your thinking. However when trying to solve problems, sketching can also distract your process. As a User Experience designer, I have found setting constraints like a timer or a whiteboard super helpful in putting pressure on the ideas being explored. Sketching up… Continue reading Goal-based Sketching for UX design

Grab This Month’s (May) FREE App Landing Page Template (HTML/CSS3)

This is a Responsive Bootstrap 3 App Landing Page Template. It’s been specially designed for Marketers, Web and Mobile Apps Developers who want to showcase their work and looking for simple and clean with best User Experience for their landing Website. This unique Onepage Responsive HTML5 App Landing Page Template comes with 7 Variations Landing… Continue reading Grab This Month’s (May) FREE App Landing Page Template (HTML/CSS3)

What does simplicity in UX design look like?

For over a decade, designers have debated what constitutes simplicity in user experience design. As Robert Hoekman Jr. points out in his article When It Comes to UX Design, Simplicity is Overrated, the variation in semantics is confusing. Simplicity could refer to a clean design (then there’s the disparity of what “clean” actually looks like), the… Continue reading What does simplicity in UX design look like?

How Good Is JavaScript for Building a Large Scale Web Application?

According to the most statistics that are recent on w3techs.com, significantly more than 89percent of sites presently utilize JavaScript as a client-side program writing language. As a cross-platform and programming that is lightweight, JavaScript makes it easier for programmers to build responsive websites and web applications that work with seamlessly with popular web browsers, operating… Continue reading How Good Is JavaScript for Building a Large Scale Web Application?

Tips about how to Design the Great Logo

The fundamental shapes of universe’s geometry derive from the knowledge of ancient civilizations. These fundamental forms and functions have constantly helped us to divide time and space and have now motivated every known science (technology, languages, math, physics, civil evolvement, etc.). Art and culture have actually mostly benefited from shapes such as for example circles;… Continue reading Tips about how to Design the Great Logo

More About MEAN Stack You Want to Know!

A latest technology to the old-fashioned LAMP/WAMP stack for building professional websites and real-time applications is MEAN (MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, Node.js) stack, which is an open-source software. MEAN is nothing but a rearrangement of code and technology upgrades switching the base platform from Linux OS to a JavaScript run-time which brings Node.js. Node.js allows to… Continue reading More About MEAN Stack You Want to Know!

This Year’s Most Useful WordPress Themes

The fact that Enfold is ThemeForest’s best rated top seller is reason enough to give it a closer look. Enfold, with its drag and drop layout editor is extremely user friendly. Simply drag and drop your content into place. An especially useful feature is its ability to import demo files with a single click, select… Continue reading This Year’s Most Useful WordPress Themes