Design comes in all shapes and sizes, whether it be wearable, hand-held, the size of an arena, or a virtual borderless experience! Yesterday’s point-and-click technology is quickly fading, and as designers, we need to keep up with the times. But whatever we are faced with designing, human experience should be the source of our inspiration … Continue reading Designing for Interactive Environments and Smart Spaces
Imagine this situation: You are working on a new website and in the process of creating the wireframes. In your review meetings, you receive feedback from your client and team, prefacing the inevitable generation of change requests, suggested improvements, and updates. After several review meetings, you feel as if you are caught in an endless … Continue reading Wireframe Mapping: How to Avoid Scope Creep
There are countless articles out there debating whether React or Angular is the better choice for web development. Do we need yet another one? The reason I wrote this article is because none of the articles published already—although they contain great insights—go in-depth enough for a practical front-end developer to decide which one may suit their needs. In this … Continue reading Angular vs. React: Which Is Better for Web Development?
How does being a better communicator help a designer? The digital revolution has created a demand for a new form of design professional: the unicorn. Technological demands have forced designers to become multifaceted. In the current environment, it’s no longer acceptable to be talented at design aesthetics alone—these days, you are expected to also have … Continue reading Effective Communication Strategies for Designers
Everyone loves a good product video. An animated explainer video that shows off the functionality of your new product can capture the attention and imagination of customers much more effectively than written descriptions. But, you say, I don’t know how to make an animated explainer video. Not to worry. It’s actually a lot easier than … Continue reading A Step-by-step Guide to Creating Animated Product Explainer Videos
Take a look at the example prototypes below. These were done in Framer. After this tutorial, you will be able to start creating your own stunning animated prototypes in no time. Wojciech Dobry (web interactions), Patryk Adaś (mapbox API), Krijn Rijshouwer – Framer team Framer came out with its newest version a week ago, and … Continue reading Framer Tutorial: How to Create Stunning Interactive Prototypes
Design is complicated. Some types of design are more subjective, “artful”—some are more utilitarian and follow more rigid rules. What process do we follow to create digital design solutions? Is it an inevitable conclusion of mechanically applying objective principles to a problem (functional design), or is it the organic result of more subjective decision making? … Continue reading Design Process: Is it Objective or Subjective?
Despite some rough years, the automotive industry is still one of the most important economic sectors. Car manufacturers are continuously trying to put the current technologies to use in order to deliver the best vehicles. Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) technology is advancing rapidly as computers are becoming more powerful. The market of … Continue reading Virtual Reality in the Automotive Industry
Imagine if you will, standing on the surface of the moon, overlooking a crater from your lunar rover, listening to mission control chatter. Or don’t. Instead of imagining it, just order a cheap Google Cardboard VR set instead, stick your phone in it, and start exploring the solar system, museums, tourist spots, coral reefs and … Continue reading Google Cardboard Overview: VR On The Cheap
Microsoft has a long tradition of spicing up relatively dull product announcements with compelling tech demos, and the Windows 10 announcement was no exception. The software giant used the opportunity to create a fair amount of buzz about the HoloLens, a futuristic headset that offers a glimpse into the future of Augmented Reality (AR). However, … Continue reading Microsoft HoloLens Review – Bridging The Gap Between AR And VR