10 reasons for designers to use Figma
It’s a fast-growing world out there, and with each blink, you might miss something new, something better, something extraordinary. — Before going on, I want to assure you that this article is not a commercial. I just love Figma this much. Three years ago, in times when I still worked with Sketch, my friend, a UX designer located in Moscow, texted me, saying, “Check this new tool out, see if…
8 Overlooked Details by Beginner UI/UX Designers
When designing for a big project, there are some pages or elements that designers often forget about during the designing process. Many mentioned points are being made by beginners and/or in projects where there was no time to create wireframes to foresee all the flows and problems. 1. Forget password flow
9 Bad UX practices in good Products
In today’s article, we are going to discuss 8 Bad UX cases in really good products. Before going on, I want to mention that this is not a top 8 list. All the points are just in random order. Let’s start! 1. Zoom — flow when joining the meeting
8 Tips for UX designer on how to coexist with developers
The developer is your friend, try not to be his enemy — In this article, I’m going to speak about the relationships between engineers and UX designers. Mostly I will write from the designer’s point of view and give you 8 tips on how to find a common tongue with them, engineers. 1. Be nice
8 Tips for Marketing
Before Going on I want to mention that most of this article I was able to write thanks to my colleague and friend, Head of Marketing Department of Fnet Sona Madoyan. What is especially important marketing trends? When developing a marketing strategy, you always need to take into account the…
8 UX Design Tips for handling controversial positions of UI elements
The article is about controversial UI/UX elements, and when should you use them. As I usually mention, most of today’s article is based on my knowledge and experience. 1. Hamburger menu — top right or top left? Hamburger menu (three-striped icon), also called ‘Drawer,’ usually fits in secondary actions of the application.
How to become a UI/UX designer without degree and/or experience?
Don’t have a diploma? Work experience? Connections? Just another challenge on your great UI/UX career. — Before going on, I must say that this mostly based on my personal experience and knowledge. I would suggest looking at your career as a real project. Let’s at the very beginning, dive deep into UX design, and the torrent will bring you to the ocean of opportunities. Sometimes you…