Free Design ResourcesBrowse our library of free, high-quality UI kits, icon packs, and mockups. Source: Free Design Resources | Inside Design Blog
This post was originally published here #Introduction Recently I’ve been studying motion and I wanted to write a post regarding what I’ve learned primarily regarding easing. I stumbled upon Rachel Smith’s beginner post on easing, a couple weeks ago which was really eye-opening. Starting out, these tips were really helpful and spurred more
Issara WillenskomerFollow I write and lead workshops on the topic of motion and usability. www.uxinmotion.net Mar 31, 2017 Creating Usability with Motion: The UX in Motion Manifesto The following manifesto represents my answer to the question — “As a UX or UI, designer, how do I know when and where to implement

Let go of the A/B test

Posted on July 5, 2018
Source: Invision The humble A/B test is a prolific, important weapon in a design team’s toolkit. But it isn’t the only one. All too often we get comfortable in familiarity. But there are reasons why it pays to go beyond A/B testing, and not just for variety’s sake. Here’s the dirty
Technology   Babylon claims its chatbot beats GPs at medical exam By Jen CopestakeBBC Click 27 June 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Image copyrightBABYLONImage captionThe artificial intelligence software provides what it determines to be the most likely diagnoses Claims that a chatbot can diagnose medical conditions
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Design Better Forms

Posted on April 18, 2018
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Published at UX Collective Andrew Coyl Designing the future of global trade   Common mistakes designers make and how to fix them   Whether it is a signup flow, a multi-view stepper, or a monotonous data entry interface, forms are one of the most important components of digital product design. This

The State of UX in 2018

Posted on April 17, 2018
published by https://trends.uxdesign.cc/ The State of UX  in 2018 We have seen quite a lot this year. After curating and sharing 1,926 links with 189,489 designers all over the world, we see a few trends in what our industry is writing, talking, and thinking about. Here is what to expect for UX in 2018.
Overflow TeamFollow The world’s first user flow diagramming tool tailored for designers. Request early access. https://overflow.io Apr 11 8 Tips for Creating Better User Flows. Create stunning user flows that tell a story     User flows are visual representations of the path the user can follow to achieve a goal while
Why experience driven products are indispensable   https://dribbble.com/jomo Experience driven products have a great affinity to the principles of better design. The design approach for these products or services is a holistic approach that has never been so important to the customer, even if they don’t realise it. A product being
Posted by Invision     AUTHOR   Will FanguyDigital content wrangler at InVision | UX enthusiast | Recovering educator | Shameless nerd & GIF connoisseur | Hockey fan (Go Preds!) | Oxford comma or death | It’s pronounced FANG-ee Follow me on Twitter     While we’d all love to
Published by Yoast Reference URL At Yoast, we like to say ‘Content is king’. By this, we mean that you cannot rank for any keyword if you don’t write meaningful and original content about it. In this SEO basics post, I’ll explain why you absolutely need content to make your
The Secret Plan of Timeline for Sketch GIFs today, Interactive user-interface components tomorrow We believe that designers should own their design all the way to production. While today’s tools help you communicate with developers, we aim to put you in charge. No coding, but a new generation of stronger visual tools. Imagine
  Live After Effects layers straight from Sketch artboards https://google.github.io/sketch2ae/

Scrolling letters animation

Posted on February 13, 2018
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Scrolling letters animation   https://tympanus.net/codrops/2018/02/13/scrolling-letters-animation/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+tympanus+%28Codrops%29

Design + Sketch

Posted on February 7, 2018
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The best collection of articles, tips, tutorials, and stories on designing and prototyping with Sketch and beyond https://medium.com/sketch-app-sources
Source: Your guide to design systems from the world’s leading brands DESIGN YOUR GUIDE TO DESIGN SYSTEMS FROM THE WORLD’S LEADING BRANDS Many of the world’s leading brands have made their design systems public, contributing their ideas and processes to the design community at large. Their design systems bring together
Source: Mobile Search Intent: New Consumer Behavior Data – Think With Google     In moments where people need to know, go, do, and buy, relying on our phones has become second nature. Google’s VP of marketing, Lisa Gevelber, shares new research that quantifies how people use digital to make
Source: Empathy maps: The business of putting users first DESIGN EMPATHY MAPS: THE BUSINESS OF PUTTING USERS FIRST by Katherine Rosenkranz on August 8, 2017 Working in UX, we take empathy for granted. To us, it may feel like an overused buzzword, but we don’t realize that the majority of the business