I’m a bit of a movie buff. When I was younger, it was common for me to watch 3-4 new movies at the theatre on a weekend. After a while started to regularly recognize plots from older movies in what … Continue reading
Just recently, Google released its “preview” feature for Google Instant. Google Instant Preview enables those searching the web to hover over a search result and look at a preview of the web page before clicking on the link. The idea … Continue reading
Most designers wireframe their designs in one way or another, even if it just involves them making quick sketches on the back of some scratch paper. Wireframing is an important part of the design process, especially for more complex projects. … Continue reading
Whether you work as a freelance designer or in a firm, avoid the following 15 bad habits that might be killing your design career.
This article discusses usability findings of research results such as eye-tracking studies, reports, analytics, and usability surveys pertaining to website usability and improvements. You’ll discover that many of these usability tips will be common sense but are further supported with … Continue reading
For retailers, shopping is the art of persuasion. Though there are many factors that influence how and what consumers buy. However, a great deal is decided by visual cues, the strongest and most persuasive being color. When marketing new products … Continue reading
Everyone knows the old adage “You can’t judge a book by its cover”, but we don’t seem so lenient with blogs or other websites. In some cases we often a judge a website before we’ve even seen it.
An online portfolio is likely to be the first place a potential client will look in order to assess your ability as a designer. This may increase the pressure on having a good portfolio, however, this means that we can … Continue reading
Perhaps the worst of feeling in the world of design is when your work is rejected. Sometimes you can begin to wonder why you were rejected and then doubt your ability. In actual fact, however, there are hundreds of factors … Continue reading