24 Amazing Landing Pages for iOS Apps

Paula Borowska  •  Inspiration  •  May 27, 2015
24 Amazing Landing Pages for iOS Apps

It seems like iOS apps are coming out left and right now-a-days. It’s amazing how many of them are well executed and interesting apps. I’ve scoured the web – mostly Product Hunt – to collect as many as landing pages for apps as I could find in order to bring you and inspiring list. These landing pages are simple, elegant, fun and, above all, well designed. I’m sure...

Swifticons: Premium Icons Pack (1,600+ Items)

Adrian  •  Resources  •  May 26, 2015
Swifticons: Premium Icons Pack (1,600+ Items)

A remarkable premium set of 1,624 high-quality icons, in 17 wide-ranging categories and three editable styles – outlined, filled and colored. The same icon set comes in three variations to give you the perfect and desirable flavor to build all your awesome...

Monobrand UI Kit – Make a Brand Page in Just a Few Steps

Adrian  •  Resources  •  May 26, 2015
Monobrand UI Kit – Make a Brand Page in Just a Few Steps

Monobrand is a simple and stylish pack of useful elements to help you make the very first web page for your daring project. We’re focused on young brands and startups that are making physical products – fashion, crafted goods, printed magazines, charming cafes, tiny bakeries, uncompromising barbershops or hip...

How Time Perception Impacts Interaction Design

Jerry Cao  •  Design, UX Design  •  May 25, 2015
How Time Perception Impacts Interaction Design

How can you use time to your advantage in interaction design? Is it even controllable? The elements of timing can be difficult to describe, but we all feel them, from the annoyance of waiting for something to load, to the exhilaration of breezing through page after page. The scale of timing is wide, ranging from noticeable increments to the tiny milliseconds that individually...

Tutorial: Make the Footer Responsive in a WordPress Theme

Abbas Suterwala  •  WordPress  •  May 22, 2015
Tutorial: Make the Footer Responsive in a WordPress Theme

The footer in WordPress, or for websites in general, is one of the least used pieces. The footer is mostly used to show credits and contact information. This might be good enough for many sites, but it would be better to make the footer in your WordPress theme much more configurable. It might be better to widgetize the footer so that you can easily add different kinds of...

How to Create a Flat Styled Set of Writing Tools

Andrei Ștefan  •  Adobe Illustrator, Tutorials  •  May 20, 2015
How to Create a Flat Styled Set of Writing Tools

Hello fellow design enthusiasts, today I’m going to show you how to build your very own flat styled set of writing tools using the mighty Adobe Illustrator. The process will rely on using basic shapes (rectangles and rounded rectangles), which we will adjust here and there using the powerful Direct Selection Tool. Without wasting any more time, power up Illustrator and...

Snug UI Kit – Vector Shape Elements

Adrian  •  Design  •  May 18, 2015
Snug UI Kit – Vector Shape Elements

Each object is made of shapes. You can resize objects with Retina resolution. Blocks are based on a 930 grid system. You can easily swap blocks. The layout has been designed with typefaces from Google...

Basement Wireframe Kit: 200+ Prototype Elements

Adrian  •  Resources  •  May 18, 2015
Basement Wireframe Kit: 200+ Prototype Elements

Basement Wireframe Kit consists of more than 200 ready-to-use elements that you can combine to get a perfect prototype. It is versatile while eliminating redundant features to help you save time and focus on your...

The Value of UX Research in Product Development

Armen Ghazarian  •  Design, UX Design  •  May 15, 2015
The Value of UX Research in Product Development

When we talk about user experience, we quite often end up discussing UX Design. Some may even refer to UX and UX Design as a same thing, which they are not. Today I would like to draw your attention to the “pre-story” of amazing and usable design — user experience research. Let’s try to answer two main questions: What is the value of UX research? How does it fit...

How to Mockup Responsive Websites in Sketch App

Daniel Schwarz  •  Tutorials  •  May 13, 2015
How to Mockup Responsive Websites in Sketch App

It’s quite normal to build websites with responsive viewports and it’s been that way for a while now. Of course, not every website needs to be responsive, but it’s common courtesy to offer it to your mobile visitors if you have them. But how do we create mockup designs for responsive websites? Sketch App Sketch App by Bohemian Coding is a Mac Application for user...