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Top UI/UX Design Works for Inspiration — #141

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Top UI/UX Design Works for Inspiration — #141UI & UX Design Inspiration

BANKING MOBILE APP
👨‍🎨 Alex.S

https://medium.com/media/f4f0d873c6fa76a5f65204bd3d9b18f3/href

RECIPES SLIDE
👨‍🎨 Ionut Zamfir

DARK UI ELEMENTS
👨‍🎨 Jan Hoffmann

TRAVEL APP | USER FLOW ANIMATION
👨‍🎨 Dmitry Lauretsky
👥 Ronas IT | UI/UX Team

SEARCH ANIMATION SHOT
👨‍🎨 Dmitry Lauretsky
👥 Ronas IT | UI/UX Team

FURNITURE APP DESIGN — ECOMMERCE
👨‍🎨 Budiarti Ar-Rohman
👥 Orely

DOWNLOAD ANIMATION
👨‍🎨 Yeasin Arafat
👥 Halal Lab

THE ADORN COSMETICS INTERACTION
👨‍🎨 Taras Migulko

LET’S SHINE
👨‍🎨 Vladimir Biondic

BICYCLE RENTAL INTERACTION
👨‍🎨 Didi Kurniawan

CASHAPP
👨‍🎨 Karol Cichoń
👥 intent

ALPHA — DESIGN LANDING PAGE
👨‍🎨 Outcrowd Outcrowd

ENTERPRISE’S VIRTUAL TOUR
👨‍🎨 Phenomenon Studio

See also:

Top UI/UX Design Agencies – February 2021Top UI UX Design Agencies in San Francisco (SF) — February 2021UI Design Works for Inspiration – mobile, web, apps, iOS —February 2021

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Thanks Donie! Checking in on iconography

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Thanks, Donie! Checking in on Fintech UX

Thanks to Donald Trump: a lesson in awareness of regional differences and the requirements of localization in user experience design.

United States Treasury Economic Impact Payment. Image: Ultan O’Broin

My U.S. economic stimulus check (cheque) made its way in Ireland. I tried to cash it in the local shops; fairly low expectations about success, admittedly. I thought the staff might blink at (then) President Donald J. Trump’s name on it, at least.

Instead, without exception, the response was “Jaysis, haven’t see one of those for years!” or “What is this?” The shop folks were referring to the cheque itself. An

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Putting Some Emotion into Your Design – Plutchik’s Wheel of Emotions

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Emotional design is a big buzz word within the UX community. Designs which tap into the user’s emotions are considered to do more than just respond to their stated needs and provide a greater level of user experience. One way of understanding emotions is Plutchik’s Wheel of Emotions – this may help you deliver better experiences to your users when designing products. Products that people love are products that people use over and over again. Products that they like, on the other hand, quickly slip from the user’s mind and are replaced in time with products that are liked better

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Don’t Make Me Think – Key Learning Points for UX Design for the Web

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Don’t Make Me Think is the title of a book by the HCI and Usability engineer Steve Krug. It teaches UX designers how to deliver great user experiences in a very simple and accessible way. Since its release in the year 2000 it has become one of the defining texts in the industry and an invaluable guide to UX professionals around the world. Don’t Make Me Think was written by Steve Krug to help people think like usability experts do. It was designed to be short, concise and very much to the point. The idea being that if it can

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Dressing Up Your UI with Colors That Fit

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As designers, we have a powerful ally in color. It can let us work towards a number of different goals. You can use it to reinforce or highlight an idea, to provoke an emotional response from the user or to draw attention to a specific part of your website. This is, of course, in addition to making your website aesthetically pleasing to the eye. Author/Copyright holder: Inhabitat. Copyright terms and licence: Fair Use In many cases, the color scheme chosen for a website will also reflect the company’s branding and values. Color and Branding The color scheme for a website

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Creating Presentations for Stakeholders

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<p class="author">By <a href="https://www.uxmatters.com/authors/archives/2006/03/janet_m_six.php">Janet M. Six</a></p> <p>This month in <em>Ask UXmatters</em>, our expert panel discusses how to create presentations for development teams versus executive teams. Since both teams support the creation of products, but deal with different aspects of creating them, they need different information that is tailored to the goals of their role in the company.</p> <p class="sub-p">Development teams need information that affects their implementation efforts directly, including many design details. You must tailor the information you present to developers to the team’s current stage of the design process. In contrast, the executive team needs to understand how your

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6 Reasons Your Touch-Screen Apps Should Have Voice Capabilities

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<p class="author">By <a href="https://www.uxmatters.com/authors/archives/2021/01/ottomatias_peura.php">Ottomatias Peura</a></p> <p>Many brands have explored voice user interfaces (VUIs) by creating some kind of skill for a smart speaker. While that’s a good start, it’s not the optimal way of leveraging voice capabilities for the future.</p> <p class="sub-p">Instead, you should add voice to your existing apps to complement their current touch user interface. Early adopters such as Spotify have taken this approach and have received universal praise for their voice functionality. Spotify users can keep on using the app just as they’ve always used it, with its traditional touch user interface. Plus, they can use voice

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Book Review: How Design Makes the World

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<p class="author">By <a href="https://www.uxmatters.com/authors/archives/2018/06/d_ben_woods.php">D. Ben Woods</a></p> <p class="note">This is a review of a PDF, media version of the book <em>How Design Makes the World</em> that I received from the author, Scott Berkun.</p> <p><img src="https://www.uxmatters.com/mt/archives/2021/01/images/HowDesignMakesTheWorld_Cover.jpg" alt="Cover: How Design Makes the World" width="300" height="464" class="book-image-float-right" />Every once in a while, I read an article or a book that seems to have channeled my own thoughts. My reading of Scott Berkun’s latest work, <em>How Design Makes the World,</em> was just such an experience.</p> <p class="sub-p">Throughout my career, I have advocated User Experience as more than simply a way of designing Web sites or

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Why Mobile Apps Need Voice Interfaces

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<p class="author">By <a href="https://www.uxmatters.com/authors/archives/2021/01/anna_prist.php">Anna Prist</a></p> <p>Both Web and mobile innovations are progressing at an incredible rate, making any lack in these essential technologies a critical issue for any company. As long as a decade ago, a poorly optimized Web site could lead to your losing traffic and revenues. Today, businesses cannot afford to ignore technology trends. Don’t let your business fall behind the technology curve.</p> <p class="sub-p">Creating voice user interfaces (VUIs) for mobile apps is the hottest trend right now—and will continue to be for the foreseeable future. Voice is a <a href="https://chatbotslife.com/how-to-make-your-chatbot-sound-natural-606dda87e782" title="natural user interface">natural user interface</a>. Some leading

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Potential Dangers of Becoming Data Driven

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<p class="author">By <a href="https://www.uxmatters.com/authors/archives/2021/01/dimitris_niavis.php">Dimitris Niavis</a></p> <p>Over the past decade, more and more organizations have been doing their best to become data driven. This is a huge and much-awaited mindset leap—especially given corporate dinosaurs’ typical way of thinking: “I’m the HiPPO (Highest Paid Person in the Office) and my gut tells me this is what the customer needs.”</p> <p class="sub-p">User research is one of the most powerful antidotes to this outdated mindset and is becoming part of the vocabulary and practice of an increasing number of organizations. It also signifies an increase in <a href="https://www.nngroup.com/articles/ux-maturity-stages-1-4/" title="UX maturity">UX maturity</a>, so is a