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Around a year ago, while working at a digital agency, I was given the objective of streamlining our UX design process. Twelve months later, this article shares my thoughts and experiences on how lean thinking helped to instill efficiencies within our UX design process. When I arrived at the agency, wireframes were already being created and utilized across a variety of projects. Winning advocates for the production of wireframes was not the issue. All stakeholders (both internally and externally) understood the purpose of wireframes and appreciated their value in shaping and modeling digital experiences.The post How Creating A Design Language Can Streamline Your UX Design Process appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Design is all about presentation. You might have spent hours designing a logo or a layout for your client, but in order to fully reap the rewards of your hard work, it can be incredibly helpful to present your work in the perfect manner. This is where mockup packs come in handy, to showcase the design you’ve […]
One page design is a hot trend these days. Even though this is not a common trend to follow but still as the new design styles come up, and as more and more designers notice them and make use of them in their work, this kind of trends emerge. Every year web design trends come and go, and it's necessary for designers to keep up with them in order to stay up-to-date. Designers see each others work, browse likes and comments, and draw conclusions. Although minor trends pop up all the time, we'll only talk about one of the major … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
The latest Low-Code Software Development Trend Report was just published tonight by the publishing team at DZone. I got to contribute to it, with what I consider the "secret juice" in regards to how to create a Low-Code platform. As Lindsay sent me the link to it tonight, and I started reading it though, I almost screamed out of joy. The report basically more or less confirms every single bold statement I have ever made in regards to software development automation. For instance ... 78% of respondents answers that Low-Code makes them deliver faster 39% of respondents answers that Low-Code results in higher quality 33% of respondents says Low-Code reduces technical debt Interestingly, it seems to be a trend that Senior Developers are in general more open to Low-Code than junior developers, which I guess says something about Low-Code in regards to its pragmatic point of view. The two most useful use cases for Low-Code is according to the respondents.
PowerPoint presentations are an important part of education. Any lecture can be made more entertaining and easily understandable by using an effective educational PowerPoint slideshow. Having a set of brilliantly designed slides also helps deliver your key points more effectively. This is where we want to help. In this post, we’re sharing a collection of […]
A logo can tell a brand story. If done well, they signify business expertise and poorly designed logos often confuse audiences. They thus need to be taken quite seriously. We herein describe the latest logo trends that are touted to ace this market space and entrepreneur choices in the times to come. Brand Logos are generally simplistic images made part of all public or on-public written or digitally published communications of a brand. They form an important part of the business fabric in terms of marketing and brand image. It is what the user begins identifying the brand with. For … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
As a small business owner, you're always looking for ways to raise brand awareness and increase your sales. But scaling a business is hard in today's competitive market. If you're the sole owner, it means you're doing everything yourself, from updating your website to managing your social media campaigns. But what if you could have...
Do we need mega-dropdown hover menus in 2021? Probably not. Let's explore things to keep in mind when designing and building a mega-dropdown, alternatives to hover menus and fine details for designing a better UX.
Whether you’re looking for a mockup of the MacBook, MacBook Air, or the new MacBook Pro, we have you covered today. We’re featuring a mix of photo mockups, realistic illustrations, and flat/stylised versions of these Apple notebooks. Totalling over a hundred different MacBook mockups, in all shapes and sizes, these are great for dropping in […]
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