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.
Isn’t it lovely to have a friend who knows everything? Most programmers know a lot but don’t really like to share their knowledge. Like in the famous joke “we need a calm person to teach a mother of two programmers how to work on the computer”. Programmers are very similar to onion: they are bitter and tear-inducing but very useful. If you are a programmer, read our new Syndicode Digest #24 – Omni onion, and think about your behavior.
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.
Web and mobile development are simply impossible without design. And we used to that before creating any type of product we have to think about its design and usability. Syndicode has a great experience in UI/UX design and would like to share with you some useful information about 5 design usability tips.
This is a matter of readiness. How many times have you asked yourself about the next stage? About when you’ll change your way of living, learn some new skills or eventually force yourself to do some morning exercises? Here is the signal for you. Now’s the time! No more attempts and postpones. The new Syndicode Digest #22 – Signal orange waits for you.
Do you remember our article about Vim text editor? Well, you know how many of them available for your convenience. And you empowered to choose any. But some of them might be good for particular purposes better than the rest. This time we would like to tell you more about Atom text editor and how you can use Atom for UX tasks.
Your parents will never understand why you’re so obsessed with your computer and how you doing all this “magic” with it. But they have to get used to it as far as you just a mouse potato. To raise your level at least to an expert and become useful for the society, read our new Syndicode Digest #21 – a mouse potato!
This time the digest will be published in the morning. This is explained by its name. You know the feeling when you have a lot of work and have already done a lot by now, but suddenly comes the moment when you can not work anymore? This moment your brain occupied by nothing and you stare at something with no thoughts. Are you familiar with this? Welcome morning Syndicode Digest #20 – Morning frustration!
Here in Syndicode most of our designers prefer Sketch. Obviously, they have some reasons for this (like the ease of use, shared styles or boolean operations). But there are also many other tools will help a designer with prototyping. And we think that broadening our knowledge base helps us become more proficient. Read about 8 prototyping tools for designer.
When you find some nice site to stick around, you probably don’t recognize elements it’s created of at first. Elements like animations. They smart, neat and simple. But the animations make the site most attractive for the user. Learn some tricks to create fancy CSS animations with interactive examples.