December 15, 2020

UX Research: Questions to Ask and Avoid

UX research, as a discipline in its own right, has been growing exponentially in the past few years. The benefits are significant - it takes the guesswork out of the product design and development process, reduces costs and time, and makes sure you are designing a product that will draw an audience.

That said, good UX research begins with the right questions.

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November 14, 2020

Neumorphism

Neumorphism – which can briefly be described as a new take on flat design and skeuomorphism – has in the last year become a huge trend in its own right.

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November 2, 2020

Dark Mode in UX Design

The hype surrounding Dark Mode - a tendency towards designing with a predominantly dark palette, to put simply - has been exponentially rising in recent years. Both tech giants - Apple and Google - have made it an indispensable part of their UIs, many others have followed suit and it has now become one of the most generally sought after UX/UI features.

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June 17, 2020

Web Design Trends In 2020 (part 2)

Web design trends in 2020 have been abundant, due to this, we had to make a second part release. Topping up our list of trends seen in 2020, here in part two we dive into a further five web design trends we have seen making waves. You will want to consider adding these features to your website or at least know about them.

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November 17, 2016

8 Things to look for when hiring a UX Designer

Simply by taking a look at the UX Designer's online portfolio, it's easy to get a sense of the standard of work on offer. You can then decide if it fits with your company's vision. It's also a good idea to verify that the work is in fact original. Normally there would be a "UX Design Berlin" reference note in the footer or elsewhere. Ask for contactable references, to get a sense of how the designer works with teams or alone.

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