Archive for the ‘UI/UX’ Category

UI Jar Collects Useful Dribbble Designs

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Dribbble is bigger than what you can oversee. One reason for that is that it contains a lot of crap. UI Jar separates the wheat from the chaff. Dribbble, The Triple-Edged Sword A few months ago, I voiced my opinion on Dribbble very clearly. I called it...

Check That Out: Mockplus Makes Prototyping Easy

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The Asian prototyping software Mockplus is gaining popularity in Europe and other western countries. It allows for an almost intuitive creation of mockups. We took a look at the tool for you. Without Mockups, Complex Designs are Too Prone to Errors As...

Survey: Which Design Tools Are Actually Being Used?

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Currently, there is no lack of design tools. The opposite is the case, as the assortment has never been bigger. But which ones are actually being used? Adobe’s Subscription Model Opens the Market for Newcomers Basically, we should thank Adobe. Th...

Shards: Modern UI Kit Based on Bootstrap 4 as Open Source

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There are many UI kits, including free ones. Designrevision’s Shards still sticks out of the masses, as it is not only free but also very considerable and modern. Catalin Vasile aka Designrevision Shards is the first product by Designrevision. B...

What is Emotional Design and Why Should You Care?

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In a way, emotional design is the upper class of modern design. And although the term is nothing new, there are not many competitors you can learn from. Even though the term “User Experience“ seems to not only establish itself as what it is...

Brain-Friendly Web Design 101

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The human brain works in a way that you can’t ignore if you want your design to be successful. Brain-friendly web design is what determines success and failure, so don’t take it lightly. As an experienced designer, you know that your design...

Mobile Webdesign: The Right Place For Your Navigation

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The design of mobile web layouts for smartphones poses a challenge for designers time and time again. The little space available on the devices has to be used in a meaningful way – mostly for the content. Thus, it would be best if the navigation ...

By Designers For Designers: Fontbase Organizes Your Fonts For Free

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Straightforward font management is a must in the workspace of every designer. The free Fontbase provides just that and even has a couple more ideas to offer. Universal Tool for the Three Main Operating Systems The reasonably new tool Fontbase is avail...