Nowadays, contrary to the usage of resumes by most HR officers, recruiters in the UX careers are looking for candidates with only impressive portfolios. The portfolio farther extends the regular contents of a CV which accounts for skills, work experience and the various attitude of the candidates.
It originally has to do with a combo of visuals, facts, and texts that describe the manner in which you handled projects in times past. The objective of a perfect portfolio is basically to show the way you reflect and work as a UX designer. If you appear to be one of those who are fearful about creating a splendid portfolio, then this article would greatly conquer your fears. Relax!
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Graphic design has become one of the most important marketing tools of today. The success of it depends greatly on the audience and how people respond to it. With that in mind, we can say with certainty that graphic design is more than an investment in time or money – it is a personalized approach that focuses on the audience.
To create a design that stands out and meets the eye of the person looking at it, you need to look at and study design psychology. The preferences of the clients are the key to success and these seven tips will help you get it right.
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Before deciding on the final design of any project, you need to go through the tedious steps associated with the design creation process. This is a task that both experienced graphic artists or anyone just trying their hand at completing a print media design project should undergo if they want to end up with a competent project end design. Join us in this article as we discuss 10 Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Choose Your Final Design
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“I can’t believe it. They’ve asked me to come up with brand names again.”
You could have planted potatoes in the Graphic Designer’s forehead furrows.
“I’m a Designer, not a bloody Copywriter.”
I felt his pain.
Forcing a visual person to write words is borderline workplace bullying.
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The design of the website of yours is vital, especially for conversion. Even though you can apply any tactic to boost your conversion it won’t be much of help if it doesn’t look good. We all know that humans are pretty much visual oriented. For example, the information is transported to the brain and 90% of that is visual. Visuals are way faster than the text (60,000x faster) in the brain. In fact, among the learners, 60% of them are visual learners. Read on to discover all about Design with visual ranking in mind.
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The word “Design” seems to permeate every facet of owning a business these days. We hear high-end brands like Apple espouse the benefits of employing design thinking at seemingly every keynote, but what is it and is it something you need to be employing for your business?
The answer is most likely yes. Read on to learn about The Power of Design Thinking
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