Sometimes it’s going hard. Whatever you do it is not what you wanted and imagined to be. But, as you know, every cloud has a silver lining! And soon you will forget about these no-go times. Just relax and read our new Syndicode Digest #34 – Anguished typewriting.
Remember our guide on web app development? Well, a great work is done with this material. But we did not cover one interesting topic that matters both for web and mobile app development. Today we are going to provide you with detailed information about landing pages for your applications. Their role is underestimated but they play a significant role in the future success of your application. Do you know what are the functions of your application landing page?
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.
Where’s your productivity? That is the hard question on the first winter day. It seems like only summer and sunshine can cure us of this cold depressive procrastination. ProCRABstination… We hope that some interesting news can bring you to life and remind you some summer days. Read our Syndicode Digest #32 – Orange Crab!
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.
These days it’s incredibly hard to force yourself to do something. Autumn tells you to stay home, to sleep, to eat something tasty and harmful… And you’re becoming a hedgehog. Sometimes this laziness helps you to save extra energy while there’s cold outside. So don’t worry, you have all the rights for doing nothing today. Except reading our weekly Syndicode Digest #28 – Lazy hedgehog!
What is evil? Is the knowledge you will never use is a pure evil? Or shiny prospects you see when starting the brand new programming language? This could be promising, as we wrote earlier in Decision making by the developer article, but expectations might not become true. Stay tuned to avoid facing the evil, read our new Syndicode Digest #27 – Vitriolic book.