There is a lot of hype about Mobile-first Index. Does this trend make your approach to mobile interface design different? Or do you know much about the behavior of your mobile app users? There are a plethora of mobile design stereotypes. As an agency with the strong skills in UI and UX design, Syndicode decided to refute some myths about mobile interface design.
The first thing you have to think about when launching the new product is to attract the user’s attention. How will you attract the user to interact with your app or website? What will help you to create the right impression? The answer to these questions is the design.The design is responsible for creating the path to explore the functionality. Let’s consider pros and cons of the skeuomorphic design.
Probably, this digest had the hardest path of selecting the news to present. We doubted, then we were certain, then again doubted… But for now, you’re definitely reading the most interesting updates from this week. Here, in our Syndicode Digest #31 – Sigmoidal Uncertainty.
When we receive a new project, our work starts with a phase of investigation and understanding of the challenge. Syndicode collects all kind of information about the company, competitors, benchmarks, analogs, and the potential or actual customers. In simple words, we provide a customer research to find the value proposition. Let’s find out what is the value proposition in UX design.
Dear designers, what skills you include in your CV when applying for the new job? Let’s compare what you think is important to what is considered important by the employers according to UXPin enterprise UX industry report. Syndicode will tell you what soft skills and knowledge expected from UX designers today.
The main point of the design is to amaze users. When you developed some nice functionality, remember that without an appropriate design it would be not discovered by the users. Because the first thing they see is the product’s wrapping. Motion design is one of the most powerful solutions to accent the way product works. Discover the power of motion design!
More and more projects we work on, demand included statistics for the end-user could see some analytics for his or her activities and so on. Especially that is vital for mobile applications. Collecting statistics is what programmers take care about. But statistics’ visualization is the challenging task for designers. Today we decided to collect the main visualization techniques, outstanding examples and hints how to visualize the data.
Non-stop improving is the main quality of a good designer which makes your UI or UX specialist look something like a sponge. Despite many of you will say that a person should be born able to design, we’d say that this skill could be gained. From our experience, every single person who wants to become a designer can do this with a pinch of persistence and some proper courses to attend. 36 useful resources for UI and UX designers will help your designer become a real professional!
Starting your business means not only market the product but become recognizable with people and contestants. This is the task of the design. As far as not so long ago we posted the material about bootstrapping your business we clearly understand that you might not have enough money for the design strategy or user research. That’s why we gathered all the important nuances about creating the design for startups. Read, use and launch!
Syndicode has very strong skills in UI/UX design. And yes, UX is not the same thing as UI. We’d like to explain you the main differences between UI and UX. Read UX vs. UI and you will find out that one of them is the process and the other is the space for interactions. Dive deeply to find more.
Demotivation comes along with the fear to be underestimated and unimportant. Be a winner! Never doubt in your possibilities and skills (even if you don’t have them). Because faith will make you much better and more successful even if you are not a professional. Don’t be afraid of this scary cucumber and move on. Read our new Friday Syndicode Digest #23 – Scary cucumber.