Category: Blog Page 1 of 3

The 48-Hour Rule for Enterprise UX Projects

This tactic is simple, and means exactly what it says. If you’re familiar with design sprints, then you understand the value of validating a prototype as quickly as possible.

At the outset of any project, we’re always staring down significantly more questions than we can answer. That’s the normal order of things, but it encourages a tendency to want to answer them all before doing anything.

The way to get clarity is to start working, start prototyping. For the teams I’ve worked with, the 48-hour rule usually plays out like this.

Read More

Please follow and like us:

7 Rules to Follow When Generating Requirements With Prototypes

“That’s not how I imagined this would work when I wrote the requirement.”

Most dev teams are resigned to hearing some variation of that statement at the worst possible point in the project. This experience usually leads to a great moment of self-righteous anger, during which they blame the stakeholder for not properly defining requirements.

Read More

Please follow and like us:

The Guide to Design Consistency: Best Practices for UI and UX Designers

What exactly is design consistency?

Consistency is what ties UI elements together with distinguishable and predictable actions, which is key for a great product experience. A way to simplify things is to think of it as a commitment that you make to your users (“whenever you see the light gray button in the pop-up, you can assume that it will cancel and the pop-up will close”) so that they can easily interact with your product.

Read More

Please follow and like us:

Importance of Design Consistency

How creating Design Systems help solve problems every designer and developer face when scaling up.

Not long ago, our CEO, Marcin Treder, wrote a series of posts describing his work in helping to build UXPin’s internal design system. After interviewing leaders in the industry, he concluded that a lack of design consistency was clearly a prevalent issue for teams around the world. And for design teams and users, this lack of consistency can lead to numerous issues:

Read More

Please follow and like us:

CSS Text Animation

22 CSS Text Animations

Collection of hand-picked free HTML and CSS text animation code examples.

Text Animation - GIF Demo

Author

  • Keny Zachelin

 

Read More

Please follow and like us:

Page 1 of 3

Powered by WordPress & Theme by Anders Norén

Help us by spreading the word. :)

Follow by Email
Facebook
Facebook
YouTube
YouTube
Instagram