If you want to learn how to keep your design brain happy, how to get your work done, how to be productive while staying inspired and not feel overworked, then you’re in the right place. We’re going to talk about all of this here.
Many devices poses a unique challenge for app developers, website owners, or basically anyone who enters the tech space with their new product.The challenge is this: How do I make my product viable and useful on all devices and all screen sizes?
What’s the fundamental difference between UI and UX is, and how to talk with your client if they ask you that ever-popular question.
When a client first thinks about building a website for their business, they, somewhat naturally, want for that website to “be all things to all people.” Best practices for designers designing small business websites, and how to balance client wants versus needs.
Is it our duty to agree with the client’s feedback every time? Do we – as designers hired for a job – actually owe it to them?
The devil is in the details – as they say. So let’s look into that today – let’s figure out how you can build your 2017-proof web design portfolio that will impress your clients and make you look like a pro as soon as you walk in the door.