Twitter layoffs, meeting fatigue, Taylor Swift’s AI, Apple accessibility

Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers. “Any of us could face what our colleagues at Twitter faced yesterday. Some of us already have, and some of us will in the future, especially if you stick around the profession long enough. It’s a good reminder that, whether we realize it or not, we’re in this together. We… Continue reading Twitter layoffs, meeting fatigue, Taylor Swift’s AI, Apple accessibility

Top Visualization Elements on eCommerce Sites to Skyrocket Sales

Сustomers consume an insane amount of information every single hour, and it’s getting harder to retain their interest long enough to gain profit. Thus, the content of your online store needs to be qualitative, gripping, and, of course, visual. The thing is that it’s much simpler for a human to process visual data than text.… Continue reading Top Visualization Elements on eCommerce Sites to Skyrocket Sales

Lessons learned from designing a VR app

[unable to retrieve full-text content] We built a tool in virtual reality. It’s pretty cool. Here’s what we would change. Continue reading on UX Collective »

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Web Design Trends 2021: Designers Should Know

9 Shares Keeping up with emerging web design trends allows you to take on new opportunities, helping you stay ahead of the curve. By keeping track of the popular practices, you won’t have to play catch-up against other well-established designers. You’ll be able to show potential clients that you have the tools to make their… Continue reading Web Design Trends 2021: Designers Should Know

Web Design: 37 Modern Website UI / UX Design Examples

77 Shares Web design trends for 2021 are continue grow and make website UI design and user experience more attractive. In this showcase we are gathered new web design trend website examples, you might want to look into. Read through our article to find a list of the newest web design practices and developments –… Continue reading Web Design: 37 Modern Website UI / UX Design Examples

Spark AR: augmented reality playground for developers and designers

[unable to retrieve full-text content] This text aims to present the wonders of Spark AR. There is a lot of excitement around Virtual Reality(VR), Augmented Reality(AR) and Mixed Reality(MR). Spark AR Studio is a program provided by Facebook to develop Augmented Reality filters for social networks. The creative economy states that man’s ability to create… Continue reading Spark AR: augmented reality playground for developers and designers

5 Unexpected UX Design Skills to Help You Level Up

Whenever a hiring boom like this happens, you have to consider how it could work against you. Sure, there are more job openings. However, that means that more UX designers (and designer wannabes) are going to come out of the woodwork, trying to snag up the highly coveted gigs. So, let’s assume that you’re all… Continue reading 5 Unexpected UX Design Skills to Help You Level Up

35 Fresh Web Design Examples That Follow New Trends

Yet an another trendy examples of Web design that follow the newest trends of 2019. In this web design gallery we only selected best award winning websites for your inspiration. We hope that this article was able to help you understand some new web design trends. So here we are gathered some modern and trendy web… Continue reading 35 Fresh Web Design Examples That Follow New Trends

Join Us at Awwwards San Francisco 2018 — SitePoint

This article was created in partnership with Awwwards. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. From Thursday, May 10 to Friday, May 11, Awwwards will be hosting its San Francisco 2018 conference at the Palace of Fine Arts. Awwwards San Francisco 2018 is an event for designers, web developers and digital dreamers.… Continue reading Join Us at Awwwards San Francisco 2018 — SitePoint

Frequent vs. infrequent designers — and more UX links this week

If you like the links, don’t forget to ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????? Frequent vs. infrequent designers — and the tools designed for them → Frequent designers are people who routinely design for a certain platform (apps or websites or VR or chatbots or any other) and using a certain design tool (Sketch or Principle or Illustrator and so on). They… Continue reading Frequent vs. infrequent designers — and more UX links this week

Social Media Business Trends to Watch in 2018

There’s no question that social media was a dominant business marketing tool in 2017. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and, to a lesser extent, Pinterest, became the most cost-effective way to engage customers, build brands and lengthen reach. Facebook’s recent algorithm changes are a sign of things to come, however. As social media platforms make changes,… Continue reading Social Media Business Trends to Watch in 2018

Web Design Trends 2018 – 35 New Examples

2018 will be more vibrant and colorful year for Web Design Industry. Web Designers and Developers must follow the new design trends of 2018. Creative ideas and modern trends can make your design more attractive and eye catching. In past few years web design trend improvements very amazingly and growing up too fast like flat design and retro/vintage effect, big background,… Continue reading Web Design Trends 2018 – 35 New Examples

Top 12 Web Design Trends 2018: Space Odyssey Infographics

There’s always been a lot of fuss around web design trends. Some of them live for 2 – 3 years and fade into oblivion. Others don’t die out completely: they evolve and make a comeback in a couple of years. What’s the role of them? Why are they so important? The answer to these questions… Continue reading Top 12 Web Design Trends 2018: Space Odyssey Infographics

Transitioning From Web to VR Development

Web content has significantly expanded over the past 20+ years. Online media was limited only to text and pictures. This eventually gave way to music and video and, over time, online content has expanded to include every sort of media imaginable. Case in point, one of the hottest online trends of 2017 is online virtual… Continue reading Transitioning From Web to VR Development

Solving the right problem, VR needs UX, github for designers, and more UX this week

A year ago… A psychological approach to designing interfaces → Do you ever get that feeling when you’re in a supermarket, looking at a sea of different types of toothpaste and you have no idea what to get? The reason why you get overwhelmed by these excessive options has to do with, you guessed it, psychology.… Continue reading Solving the right problem, VR needs UX, github for designers, and more UX this week

31 New Trend Website Design Examples

Creating a website for your company, firm or organization you must follow the new trends. Creative ideas and modern trends can make your web design more attractive and eye catching. In past few years web design trends improvements very amazingly and growing up too fast like flat design and retro/vintage effect, big background, video with sound are… Continue reading 31 New Trend Website Design Examples

5 Trends Web Designers Can’t Ignore in 2017

Each year brings new trends and innovations. In this post, let’s discover together what you should consider in 2017 when creating a website. Every year, the web design industry goes through some sort of evolution cycle to stay relevant and inspiring. As technology advances and becomes more ingrained into every facet of our daily lives,… Continue reading 5 Trends Web Designers Can’t Ignore in 2017

Web Design Trends and Styles You Should Know About

Web design has truly come a long way. As technology gives designers the power to explore beyond the boundaries, we’ve seen some pretty classy trends being born. Of course, as these new trends are born, some older ones have had to give way. For instance, in 2016, we saw flat design for the first time.… Continue reading Web Design Trends and Styles You Should Know About

4 compelling reasons you should embrace VR

While none of us can predict the future, every designer should be thinking about it. All indications point to the next wave of devices that aren’t sitting on the tops of desks. They are wearable, and have canvas sizes that are vastly different than what you’ve been designing for. But should you really care if… Continue reading 4 compelling reasons you should embrace VR

12 JavaScript libraries to watch in 2017

With hundreds of free JS libraries out there it’s tough to know where to put your energy. Some end up discarded or forked into new projects, while others grow rapidly and achieve widespread adoption. Most developers already know the big names like jQuery and React. But in this post I’d like to introduce twelve alternative… Continue reading 12 JavaScript libraries to watch in 2017