Dashboard Design – Considerations and Best Practices

Dashboards are a unique and powerful way to present data-based intelligence using data visualization techniques that display relevant, actionable data as well as track stats and key performance indicators (KPIs). Dashboards should present this data in a quick, easy-to-scan format with the most relevant information understandable at a glance. The term was born from the … Continue reading Dashboard Design – Considerations and Best Practices

New Realities: VR, AR, MR, and the Future of Design

Advances in artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and virtual reality mean fresh design opportunities for designers. The digital and technological landscape is constantly changing, and in many ways accelerating. Designers tasked to come up with innovative ideas have to keep track of what is trending and where the creative opportunities are. Recognizing the changes that are … Continue reading New Realities: VR, AR, MR, and the Future of Design

What is UX Design? Common Misconceptions and UX Myths

Even after all these years, it seems like “UX” is still a buzzword at many companies—“We don’t just need a designer,” the VP of Product declares, “We need a UX Designer!” An audible gasp is heard in the room; everyone in the meeting nods in agreement while surreptitiously Googling “What is UX design?” and “What does … Continue reading What is UX Design? Common Misconceptions and UX Myths

Button Design Over the Years – The Dribbble Timeline

Buttons. With them, we finalize shopping on the internet, we log in to our bank app, and we submit forms filled with our most personal information. Web design is growing at an incredible pace, and styles seem to change from month to month. In just a few years, we have gone from text links to … Continue reading Button Design Over the Years – The Dribbble Timeline

7 Tips for Shooting the Perfect Kickstarter Video

Producing a fundraising video for Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Fundable, or a promotional YouTube video for a business can be a fairly big investment. A startup founder will often pitch an idea speaking directly to the camera—this is known as a single-presenter video pitch or “talking head.” Unfortunately, not many people do it well. It is said, “you never get … Continue reading 7 Tips for Shooting the Perfect Kickstarter Video