Create a nice, functional and fun design!
The design of digital products for very technical or complex areas need not be boring for the final user. UI designers have many tools to make the product entertaining and memorable.
How to create a realistic dashboard
Discover in this tutorial, with examples, how to create realistic dashboards using the logical order of a workflow.
Why Do You Need a Design System and How Your Customers Will Thank You For It
Design Systems. What they are, what advantages they provide, how they are built and how they can help in the development of projects and products.
UX Research | How to create high impact products
The main objective of the UX Research process is to understand the problem before trying to solve it and there are some reasons to apply a Research process.
Lean UX for better solutions
The Lean UX approach focuses on improving relationships and collaborations in teams, getting rid of unnecessary processes, maximizing work efficiency and learning from mistakes to ultimately achieve better solutions.
What are wireframes? (Explanation for non-designers)
If you work in the world of UX / UI design or you belong to the development area, you will know what wireframes are, but probably every time you start a project with a new client you will have to spend time explaining what wireframes are, what they are for and what benefits do they […]
What is design sprint and what type of projects is it suitable for
Everything about the Design Sprint methodology; what it is, origin, when to use it, assignment of roles, phases, resources of interest...
What is Design Thinking?
Design Thinking is a methodology that has become increasingly widespread in many companies to create products and services ensuring that users will be an active part of the creation process. This technique can be used to generate innovative ideas whose objective is to understand and provide solutions to the real needs of users.
Retrospectives are a dedicated time to come together, and collaboratively revamp the team’s process, reflecting on the past to progress in the future. This makes them a super-powerful methodology for continuous improvements. So, why not giving them a go?