Source: Programmatic Guide Part 2: Design Compelling Creative   Design Compelling Creative Jonathan Meltzer Jul 2017Data & Measurement, Experience & Design, Micro-Moments, Omnichannel, Programmatic Download When creative teams are armed with data, engagement becomes easier. Part two of this five-part series on programmatic buying shows how using audience insights can help brands to craft better,

News – Google Design

Posted on June 14, 2017
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Source: News – Google Design A New and Improved Google Design We’ve got a fresh, new look! Now it’s easier than ever to find the articles, news, and tools you love right from the homepage. Take a few minutes to explore our new story collections for in-depth insights on everything from branding to SPAN, and visit
Jon Moore Senior Design Partner at Innovatemap and co-founder of UX Power Tools. Jun 11 Sketch Tutorials The Most Efficient Way to Use Icons If You’re A Designer or Developer. Not just how to do it, but WHY it’s better than any other way. Confession: This article is intentionally polarizing so that

Shopify Polaris

Posted on April 25, 2017
At Shopify, we build products that enable commerce at a global scale. Our mission is to make commerce better for everyone, no matter where they’re located or their level of experience. We create tools that give even the most inexperienced entrepreneur the best chance to succeed. At the same time,

Easing Functions

Posted on April 5, 2017
Easing functions specify the rate of change of a parameter over time. Objects in real life don’t just start and stop instantly, and almost never move at a constant speed. When we open a drawer, we first move it quickly, and slow it down as it comes out. Drop something on the floor, and it will first accelerate downwards, and then
Font Awesome icons CSS content values Font Awesome gives you scalable vector icons that can instantly be customized. You can change Font Awesome icon using CSS without changing HTML content. Some of the case, you may have to change icon dynamically like on hover, click etc.
There is a bot for that – Your one stop shop for discovering chatbots Source: There is a bot for that | Your one stop shop for discovering chatbots
Botsociety is a toolto design, preview and export your chatbot Source: Botsociety – The fastest way to design and prototype a chatbot

UX Research Cheat Sheet

Posted on February 14, 2017
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User research can be done at any point in the design cycle. This list of methods and activities can help you decide which to use when. Source: UX Research Cheat Sheet   User-experience research methods are great at producing data and insights, while ongoing activities help get the right things

UX DESIGN TRENDS FOR 2017

Posted on February 7, 2017
by Raffaela Rein on January 30, 2017 The growing area of user experience design is an opportunity for a complete mindset shift for companies—away from selling products and towards selling experiences. It’s the best way to build a sustainable competitive advantage. Last year, we saw some truly innovative stuff happen

Color trend 2016/2017

Posted on February 6, 2017
All the design inspiration you need. It’s like crack for designers. And good for you too! Jan 19 Color trend 2016/2017 via Muzli design inspiration   IO Flux — Creative Exchange by Ben Schade
Download the DO UI kit — free on January 30, 2017 by Sinziana Chitea After weeks of brainstorming, sketching, designing, and arduous development, your app’s ready to launch. Your team’s enthusiasm is through the roof. This is the moment of truth: Will the app be successful? User onboarding has so

Popular Web Animation Techniques

Posted on February 3, 2017
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Popular Web Animation Techniques by Nick Babich Functional and delightful, animation is one of the staples of modern web design. Details of interaction design is what makes a fundamental difference on modern websites. Animation can communicate status, guide the users attention, help the user see the results of their actions and even
How we’re using Component Based Design Component Based Design is often talked about in context of large, complex projects. In this post we’re making the case that it can also be very beneficial for smaller projects and teams. We now use Component Based Design for every project, big or small. First

Tumult Hype

Posted on January 23, 2017
Tumult Hype’s keyframe-based animation system brings your content to life. Click “Record” and Tumult Hype watches your every move, automatically creating keyframes as needed. Or, if you’d prefer to be more hands-on, manually add, remove, and re-arrange keyframes to fine-tune your content. It is easy to create natural curves by

Best Practices for Onboarding

Posted on January 17, 2017
Credits: chargify Best Practices for Onboarding by Nick Babich Getting people to sign up for the product is tough. It requires a lot of time, energy, and money, yet many products are losing most of those hard-won users immediately after their first-time experience. According to the Andrew Chen research: The average
Introducing Auto-Layout for Sketch Why do we need Auto-Layout? We need a way to define and see how our design looks on ALL screen sizes, not just iPhone 7. This great tutorial by Pablo Stanley was created the day of the release What is Auto-Layout for Sketch? A Sketch Plugin that
How to use As you type, the contrast ratio indicated will update. Hover over the circle to get more detailed information. When semi-transparent colors are involved as backgrounds, the contrast ratio will have an error margin, to account for the different colors they may be over. This sample text attempts
Full iPhone resolution specs Source: The Ultimate Guide To iPhone Resolutions
Responsive UIResponsive layouts in material design adapt to any possible screen size. This UI guidance includes a flexible grid that ensures consistency across layouts, breakpoint details about how content reflows on different screens, and a description of how an app can scale from small to extra-large screens. Source: Responsive UI