View the original postIn my latest article, I spoke about transforming plain 2D designs into 3D presentations. Now, since someone wanted to know how to do it, let’s find it out in 10 simple steps, using Blender. 1) Do the Mock-up I didn’t go very complex for this example, and using images could be a lot trickier. […]
View the original postMy favorite thing to do is to observe B2C designers, who are shifting to B2B market and… fail as a specialist. We’ve all been here, am I right? I bet you do. Familiar pattern: «passion young designer» with a few B2C projects in portfolio decided to make the world better and go […]
View the original postDisclaimer: I’m not affiliated with Qdesq in any capacity, and the views for this case study are strictly my own. Since I don’t have full access to all the user data that influenced their current design, this case study is not fully comprehensive. This project was done to enhance my learning experience […]
View the original post Ever since we remember, the healthcare industry has been using technology to ensure optimal care and services to patients and their families. The health-tech industry has quickly adopted modern-day technologies, such as AI, Big Data, Blockchain, AR, VR, IoT, and others. For instance, this case study on using AI-powered nanorobotics in medicine […]
View the original postThe usability implications of minimalist design patternsArticle written and project lead by:Kim Torres (UI/UX Designer) and Jim Warwick (UX Engineer)Address form: Left: Material 1; Center: Material 2; Right: AureusSummary With our Material Design form inputs, the minimalist affordances made interactions difficult and less intuitive. Although first glances make the sparse lines and larger areas […]
View the original post Creating a system for prioritizing user research requests can afford you a lot of strategic clarity. Here’s a process to help.
View the original postThere’s been some comments about this on Twitter. While most fields are made up of just one input, like an email address, some fields (that are essentially one value) could be split into multiple inputs, like a sort code. This is done to help users read back their answer more easily, in […]
View the original postAfter all these years, it still amazes me how much a single document can improve the teams we build, and the products and services our teams deliver. That single document is a performance profile and it’s a game changer. The idea of the performance profile came from the recruiter Lou Adler. I first read about […]
View the original postWebinar, course update, bullet journaling, job update, Veganuary and Red January. # I did a webinar on form design patterns Vitaly from Smashing Magazine invited me to do a webinar on my book Form Design Patterns. I talked about why form design is so important and then I did a live redesign […]
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