Looking for inspiration and how to design UI is hard enough. But it is very difficult to find a great color palette that is appealing to the eye and also applied correctly in the UI.
There is always confusion between sketches, wireframes, and mockups. Here, I will try to clarify each one with their intended use.
During our family vacation, I encountered several product design issues that inspired me to talk about affordances and constraints for product design.
As Figma has become a de facto standard design tool aiming at UI/UX, and was acquired by Adobe a while back, everything indicates that this is the tool to learn and emigrate to in the near future.
Adobe XD was an answer to the rapid development and growth of Sketch in the early 2010s. At one point, Sketch was the de facto standard for everything designers did for UI and UX design in the first half of the last decade.
Animations can enhance the user experience and how users feel when using the app. But the core goal for a user is accomplishing the task with ease.
Card sorting could help you find the structure or architecture of the site and improve the user experience.
In most jobs, the expectations for software developers are that they must work in a fast-paced environment, should be able to juggle multiple tasks at once, and maintain the same level of productivity.
You can use any approach of creating tasks models from just mentioning the personas and creating bullet points with the tasks required to accomplish the goal to a more detailed explanation of feelings, behaviors, and illustrations needed to communicate better the flow that users take.
Most companies (and startups) have a small team for web design and development. Thus, you will be wearing different hats during the development or maintenance of a product.
After spending a week reading the Mobile Book in my spare time (Yes, I read it!), I have the satisfaction of providing my sincere review.