How can I grow my customer base and retain new users? There isn't a one-size-fits-all solution but, Kenneth Berger, a former Project Manager at Slack, shared a few road-tested tips.
When “the feels” become a factor, where do software teams even start? Visual design and copy decisions can throw subjective obstacles into otherwise linear design process. Because humans see color, shape, imagery, and words through personal and cultural filters, two intelligent people can disagree on creative aspects and they can both be right.
One step to any responsive web project is establishing the grid and breakpoints. But because Bootstrap 3 describes its grid in dev-speak, UI designers who are using Bootstrap 3 for the first time often find themselves asking, "What are the exact column dimensions of the Bootstrap grid?" Use our free responsive grid templates for Photoshop to start your next Boostrap 3 project with certainty that your columns are right.
One step to any responsive web project is establishing the grid and breakpoints. But because Bootstrap describes its grid in dev-speak, UI designers who are using Bootstrap for the first time often find themselves asking, "What are the exact column dimensions of the Bootstrap grid?" Use our responsive grid templates for Sketch and Axure to start your next Boostrap project with certainty that your columns are right.
Prototyping doesn't have to be a time-consuming, complicated endeavor. Avoid rework by checking out this summary of our 6 tips for saving time in rapid prototyping, our guest blog post for InVision.
In addition to the pressures of time, budget, and scope restraints, project teams are comprised of different individuals who have different personalities. It's no wonder that projects can become the perfect storm for creating conflict. In this blog, Hanna discusses three categories of conflict and ways to address each of them.
A sandwich isn't two dimensional and the final hand off of images to your designer shouldn't be either. An original image file contains all the layers, just like a sandwich. Travis created this handy list of tips that you can use to work with your designer to make sure you know what to request from your marketing or creative team.
Last summer, when Dan Saffer came to the Austin Interaction Design Association (IxDA) to talk about his latest release, Microinteractions, I was reminded of an experience early in my career that inspired the rallying cry that defines what our company does today.