A large part of what UX/UI designers do is generate new ideas. Always being creative is difficult, so you will inevitably need tools and techniques to help you develop new ideas. In this article we discuss Brainstorming For UX/UI Designers.
User experience design is about pleasing your customers, including the people who come to your website, who can turn into leads based on how attractive your page looks. Let’s now jump in and look at the 7 Most Overlooked Aspects of UI and UX Design.
Every process of development that leads to a brand should be considered. Knowing the brand socially, for example, helps with understanding its personality, likes and dislikes. Every detail, no matter how small, can help with development. No one builds a brand, we define them. Join us in this article as we discuss Brand Design & Development – A Theoretical Practical Process
Having a website to help market your business is a must in this day and age and as Bill Gates, Microsoft Founder, once quoted, “If your business is not on the internet, then your business will be out of business.” Join us in this article as we discuss 7 Essential Web Design Tips for Startups.
Knowing the right colour scheme for your website design is always a difficult task for every designer out there. It is more challenging, especially if you are not well-versed in looking at colours that would blend and complement each other. in this article we discuss Website Colour Scheme: 3 Ways to Pick the Perfect Website Colour Combination.
While having a great product is certainly a must if you are trying to make your company successful, it is only one piece of the puzzle. The same can be said for your company logo, website, social media profiles, and last but not least, your name. That’s just the material part of what makes up your brand because there is an intangible part to every business, which includes the public’s perception of your company, values it is trying to promote, as well as emotions it is usually associated with.
It’s normal to want to fill your schedule with paid client work. But when you’re just working for clients you’ll lose a lot of what makes you a good freelancer. Things like trying out new technologies or tactics. Taking time to work on things that give you pleasure or are useful for other people, like open source or education. There are a few things I’d recommend you do with time between projects, in-case you haven’t thought of them already.