Design & UX
These kinds of visual errors are not new to iOS 11, mobile apps, or user interfaces. As apps grow in complexity and user expectations rise, these seemingly small bugs can have a large impact on the final product. They make apps feel janky.
Let’s see some examples of UI animations going from good to great. With a little bit of tweaking here and there, you can elevate your UI patterns with animation.
In Sketch 48 it was already possible to find and replace colors (although I missed that…) but now the Find and Replace Colors feature has been improved!
Don’t be fooled by the “Don’t be evil”, “Bring the world closer” or “Live in the moment” corporate slogans: what internet giants are doing is basically bring-in the largest amount of users, for the longest period possible, at the most frequent rate. And they’re having a tremendous success at that.
Good design brings clarity to conversations. Though a lot of what people type in Slack is straight text, there are formatting options that let you adjust text emphasis and hierarchy (along with a few emoji) to help convey as much information as possible, efficiently.
It’s a point of embarrassment to me that I only learned a few days ago one of the oddities to do with Johnston, the typeface used by Transport for London (TfL) since it was designed in 1916.
Quantitative data, often called analytics, provides valuable insights that most methods of qualitative data can’t provide. The trick is to use both together, to paint a full picture of what’s happening, why it’s happening and what to do about it. What do you need to know about analytics as a designer
I’d probably assume that most of us started in UI design with the littlest knowledge or nothing at all. But even though the odds were against us at the start, we managed our way through numerous design books and articles to understand how colors, typography, layout etc works.