Archive for the ‘UI/UX’ Category

Dreary: Does UX Design Kill Your Brand’s Core?

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It’s a clear statement: UX design is boring. Thus, it kills any brand, always leaving the same stale aftertaste. Leveling Down: Nobody Sets Himself Apart From Others Kim Jong Anderson, a Danish designer, and founder has a clear stance on the posi...

Modern Web Design Means Achieving Goals

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Before you start sketching design suggestions, you should make sure you know the goal of the website you’re creating. If you do that, you can focus on the things that matter right away. The Gold Digging Years: As Pretty as Possible. In the nineti...

WebVR Showroom: A Look Into the Future of Product Presentation

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The WebVR showroom hints at what the future of product presentation on the web looks like impressively. When this establishes itself is mainly a question of costs. Well, I’m impressed. So far, WebVR experiments were not really able to get me exci...

UXTools.co: The Best Tools and Books For UX Designers

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At UXTools.co, you’ll find everything you’ll need as a UX designer. The maintainer, Taylor Palmer, introduces you to the tools, but also provides you with interesting literature on the different design topics. Uxtools.co: Fast Access For UX...

Colorfonts: The Future of Typography

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Colorfonts breathe new life into the world of typography. Colorful fonts are out to conquer graphic and webdesign. What Does the Term “Colorfonts” Mean? Let’s start with the name. Colorfonts, or “Chromatic Fonts”, are colo...

Empty States: How to Design Pages With Nothing to Show

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Good design is already difficult enough when it has to be done on a page with something to display. However, things get even harder when you have to create pages with nothing to see on them. Like an empty inbox (hehe, good one), or a download window wi...

Color Supply: Finding Harmonious Colors Made Easy

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Color Supply is a new web app, that makes it easier for you to find harmonious color combinations. This is achieved due to a heavily visual approach, and the immediate display of possible results in the selected colors. This way, you quickly gain an im...

JotForm 4.0: The Next Revolution in Form Design is Here

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Noupe readers know that we really do love JotForm over here. Up until today we thought we couldn’t expect more but JotForm surprised us one more time. With JotForm 4 they are revolutionizing form design again. JotForm: Innovative Since 2006 JotFo...

What’s Design Thinking and Why Should You Bother?

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Design Thinking means becoming more agile, speeding up innovation cycles, working in a more customer-oriented way. What happens if you don’t do that can be seen when looking at Nokia, Kodak, Blackberry, and other, previously successful, players. ...