In the increasingly competitive battle for user attention, creators need to leverage new technology to captivate in the most engaging manner to attract an audience. This need, combined with technological advances, has given birth to dynamic storytelling through multimedia experiences.
Coding isn’t just for engineers anymore. Now more than ever, coding is critical knowledge for designers, even when they aren’t the main coders on a job. There is even a growing appreciation for unicorns, designers who also write code.
We think 2017 is going to be a great year filled with great design, so here to get us off to a good start are four of our UXperts. We’ve asked them to share a website or app design they love right now and tell us why it’s worth your time.
Toyota’s new concept car—the aptly named Concept-i unveiled at CES—vows to revolutionize the relationship drivers have with their vehicles. Here’s what UX designers can learn from the auto manufacturer’s new approach to the driver experience.
Video may have killed the radio star, but it’s done wonders for UX designers. We chat with Gabriel Topete, senior mobile and television product designer at Vimeo, to find out where he thinks video is going from here.
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.