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  • The Rules of Material Design

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      The Rules of Material Design

      Material Design has become the standard for designing and developing Android applications and many websites. Before you can get the best results from Material Design, though, you need to learn a few rules that will improve your work’s consistency and help it operate on the Android platform. You don’t have to accept the following as

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    • Design with Code: UXPin Merge Tutorial

      by Robert Kirkman
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        Today we’re introducing more about our enterprise feature UXPin Merge. We want to give more details and show you how easy it is to integrate a React-based library into Merge to design with code on a day-to-day basis. All that without designers learning how to code! UXPin Merge lets designers import developer’s existing custom React

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      • Best Tools and Resources for Your Accessible Design

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          Best Tools and Resources for Your Accessible Design

          A good functional design is an accessible one. There are many reasons to go for an inclusive approach in designing and we believe that no one should be excluded from the benefits that bring the digital world. More than one billion people experience some form of disability, so remember that having accessibility in mind when

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        • How to Create Clickable Prototypes

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            How to Create Clickable Prototypes

            Interactive prototyping helps ensure that your product works exactly as you plan. If you cannot test your prototypes before releasing products to the public, you could receive unexpectedly negative feedback. Learn how to create clickable prototypes so you can control the narrative and keep your users coming back often. Interactive features have psychological effects on

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          • Why Your Team Needs to Take a Code-Based Approach to Design

            by UXPin
              Why Your Team Needs to Take a Code Based Approach to Design

              Traditionally, product designers have used image-based designs created with software that doesn’t communicate well with the programming that websites and mobile apps need. When your design team hands vector or raster graphics to the development team, the developers have to spend a lot of time finding ways to write code that creates attractive, functional features

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            • Best Phone Design Pattern Ideas for Your Mockup

              by UXPin
                The Best Phone Mockup Design Patterns

                Want to create an awesome but not so time-consuming design? Phone design patterns will help you prepare a perfect design for a mockup. The best ones show you an easy way to present menus, features, and information to users. Ideally, a new user should intuitively know how to use your smartphone application just by looking

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              • The Secrets of Effective Design Teamwork

                by UXPin
                  The Secrets of Effective Design Teamwork

                  Today’s designs often require the work of multiple professionals who have experience in areas like graphic design, animation, and coding. Whether you have two people or two dozen people working on a project, perfecting your approach to team design will streamline your processes and lead to better results.

                • Choosing a Color Palette for Your Project

                  by UXPin
                    Choosing a Color Palette for Your Project

                    Somewhere between wireframing and prototyping, you need to choose a color palette for your design project. In some respects, your color palette matters just as much as the structure of your design. Given its importance, you don’t want to pick colors without careful consideration. 

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                  • You Can Become a Code-Based Designer Without Learning Code

                    by UXPin
                      No need to learn code to be a code-based designer

                      When you hear about code-based design as an emerging trend in digital apps development, you might experience a shudder of panic. You enjoy design images, and you learned how to use software common throughout the industry so you could get a job. Now, they want you to learn to write code! Knowing how to write

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                    • What is React and why use it for your app?

                      by UXPin
                        What is React and why use it for your app

                        Designing an app is complicated at the best of times, so anything that will make it simpler is always welcome. That’s where React comes in. What is React? It is a library of JavaScript code and components designed to make the creation of user interfaces easier. As an open-source framework, it has been used to

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                      • Design Trends 2021

                        by UXPin
                          Design Trends 2021

                          Each year brings fresh design trends for people to enjoy. After 2020, expect a lot of—hopefully—fun surprises in 2021. The following trends will likely stand out from the crowd. More Animations and Interactions That Increase Conversions The design trends in 2021 need to do more than look attractive. They need to get results. If an

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                        • Powerful microinteractions to improve your prototypes

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                            Stages of the design thinking process copy

                            Prototypes are, by their nature, designed to be less polished than the final product. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t finish the prototype as much as possible. You want to give the user a good idea of what the finished app will be like, which means adding in those little interactions that make all the

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                          • How to Use UX Design Patterns to Satisfy Your Users?

                            by UXPin
                              How to Use UX Design Patterns to Satisfy Your Users

                              The term user experience (UX) refers to how users feel when they interact with a system. A system can be a website, an application, software, or even a service. Great UX connects users with products by fulfilling their needs in the easiest way. As a UX designer, you will face the challenge of creating a

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                            • Things every designer needs to know about accessibility

                              by UXPin
                                Things every designer needs to know about accessibility

                                Developing an app or website isn’t just about creating what you know. It also means considering accessibility and how those who are different from yourself will use the site. Ideally, your design should allow anyone, regardless of abilities to use your app and easily get information from it. Unfortunately, many designers never stop to think

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                              • Product Design Trends 2021

                                by UXPin
                                  Product Design Trends 2021

                                  A new year means adjusting to emerging design trends that will shape the way people use products like websites and mobile apps. Stay ahead of your competitors by learning about the product design trends you can expect in 2021. Skeuomorphic Designs That Match Real-World Objects If you’re not familiar with the word “skeuomorphic,” you might

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