Change is a constant in the mobile app universe. To continue building on their skills and producing their top work, UX designers and developers need to keep a close eye on the industry’s latest trends as well as learn to anticipate and make their own predictions. Poor user experience is something that brands are rarely forgiven for, so falling short once can sometimes mean falling off the favorites list for a long time.
The first ever website went live on August 6th, 1991. It was a simple text document formatted with HTML.
When I started out as a designer I only learned about design. I read design blogs, followed tutorials and followed designers. But this wasn’t enough to build a sustainable lifestyle–not until I started reading business books did I fully appreciate that.
Finding a side gig isn’t always about the money.
You may not be aware of it, but you have a personal brand. Even worse than not knowing about it, your personal brand may not even be something that you’d like it to be! If you’re unsure what people think when they see your portfolio, then it’s time to take things into your own hands.
No one can simply eliminate his or her biases. Due to their innate nature, we can consider ourselves lucky that we’re even aware of them. What we can do instead is notice, harness and use their positive aspects in our designs.
Bloggers often get overexcited with the design of their blog and neglect the importance of having a website that works like a well-oiled machine. A successful blog is one that functions fluidly and provides easy access to information for its readers.