Design & UX
It would be fair to say that typography is the hardest part of the UI Design. It is with us for a very long time in various forms. Thanks to that we have a lot of rules, practices and theories for whom hard to keep up. In this article, I will give you few practical tips and tricks that you can use in your projects.
If the user interface adapts to user needs, what does the designer actually design? If there is no graphic user interface is there still a need for a designer?
Finding inspiration, developing a point of view, and looking ahead at the ever-changing role of the UX designer.
After reading extensively on typography, and seeing what works (IRL), I developed the following list of guidelines that have consistently helped me with typographic design. Hopefully, you can apply these tips to start improving the your own typographic design process — without turning you into a snob.
Gestures, those little movements of finger and thumb that allow the user to interact with an app. Touch interfaces provide many opportunities to use natural gestures like tap, swipe and pinch to get things done, but unlike graphical user interface controls, these interactions are often hidden from users, so unless users have prior knowledge that a gesture exists, they won’t try.