Design

  • How to Predict Web Design Trends

    How to Predict Web Design Trends

    Carrie Cousins  •  May 29, 2014

    So how will you know the next big thing when you see it? Flat design took designers by storm — evolving from a few simple projects to becoming a significant part of web, and...

  • The Emotional Side of UX: Turning Casual Visitors into Brand Evangelists

    The Emotional Side of UX: Turning Casual Visitors into Brand Evangelists

    Armen Ghazarian  •  May 21, 2014

    The web started off as a limited information medium and in its early years we had to focus our efforts on the functionality of websites more than anything else. There was little...

  • 10 Ways to Promote Your Design Project

    10 Ways to Promote Your Design Project

    Carrie Cousins  •  May 19, 2014

    The life of a designer is not always an easy one. There are projects that you do for clients and sometimes projects that you do just because you want to create something new....

  • How to Create Guidelines and Standards for Websites or Applications

    How to Create Guidelines and Standards for Websites or Applications

    Eelco Guntlisbergen  •  May 14, 2014

    While some methods may vary one of the most important starting points for any project is a set of guidelines. Creating guidelines and standards for every project (even if it...

  • How A/B Testing Works and How to Use It With Google Analytics

    How A/B Testing Works and How to Use It With Google Analytics

    Paula Borowska  •  May 12, 2014

    A/B testing is a term use to compare one design with another in order to maximize conversion rates. The method has been popularized by the marketing world for emails, ads or...

  • Pragmatic Landing Page Can Create Enjoyable Experience

    Pragmatic Landing Page Can Create Enjoyable Experience

    Nataly Birch  •  May 9, 2014

    The Petersham Nurseries is an online store dedicated to an internationally-prized garden center has been nominated and recently received the title “Site of the Day” from the...

  • UX and Content Strategy: How They Are Related and Why You Should Care

    UX and Content Strategy: How They Are Related and Why You Should Care

    Armen Ghazarian  •  May 5, 2014

    What is more important: User experience or content? I hate this type of question and to me they don’t make sense. It’s like asking a kid who he loves more — mom or dad....

  • The Incremental Design, 10 Surprising MVPs and Their Current Versions

    The Incremental Design, 10 Surprising MVPs and Their Current Versions

    Marcin Treder  •  April 24, 2014

    I remember the day when we launched the first version of UXPin – The UX Design Platform at the end of 2011. Exhausted after hours of final tests, fixes and improvements, I...

  • 5 Key Elements of User-Friendly Notifications

    5 Key Elements of User-Friendly Notifications

    Armen Ghazarian  •  April 23, 2014

    Have you ever paid attention to the number of notifications and alert messages you receive on a daily basis from various web services and apps? How many of those notifications do...

  • The Power of Microcopy in Web Design

    The Power of Microcopy in Web Design

    Paula Borowska  •  April 17, 2014

    “Copy” has turned into a buzzword. Have you noticed it? People are putting more and more importance onto the words you use on your website. They are trying to put...