iOS vs. Android App Design

While it takes skills to design an app, adapting an existing app design from one platform to another requires additional expertise on the part of app developers. App designers need…

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A quick UX-design guide for the non-designers

UX design can be a complicated and tasking process to understand, especially for a non-designer. The very nature of UX design makes it challenging to comprehend. User-centered design is a relatively new term, and few people are familiar with the intricate processes and jargon of UX design. In this blog, we will explore the process behind UX designing and the importance behind each of them

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5 Tips To Design Faster and Better

Designing faster and better allows you to try more versions, understand what doesn’t work, and improve it towards a better solution. But stepping on the gas pedal of your brain is not an easy process for creative ideation. When combined with deadlines and project needs, designing becomes an intensive workload. There often comes a situation when your design submission is near, and you haven’t even started.

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UX design and GDPR – Everything you Need to Know

It majorly affects the way businesses operate online and not just for companies based in the EU but also foreign companies that are doing business there. It makes sense that GDPR affects the legal and engineering departments but it equally affects digital marketing and User Experience too since they involve user data. In terms of UX, it means 3 things: Customer Privacy, Consent and Transparency.

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Improving design using Gestalt Principles

Psychology and design go hand-in-hand, especially in today’s fast-paced world where functionality is of preeminence for most people. Essays on Gestalt principles have been found to date all the way back to the 1890s but they were structurally put on paper in the 1920s by German psychologists, Max Wertheimer, Kurt Koffka and Wolfgang Kohler whose main aim was to understand how human beings derived meaning from disordered stimuli around them.

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Best practises for Mobile App UI Design

All successful apps on the market today come equipped with an excellent User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) design. UI/UX not only includes the beauty aspect of the app but also the convenience of its interaction with the end user. A successful app is designed in such a way that it looks pretty, while being fully capable of solving a problem with just a few touches and iterations.

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