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  • 5 UI Components in Atomic Design

    by UXPin
    UI Components in Atomic Design

    Atomic Design: once an obscure concept, it’s gained popularity in recent years. And it’s a hot interface design trend for good reason. When done correctly, Atomic Design allows design teams to deploy truly unique design systems. What’s more, these design systems offer unparalleled high-quality, consistent interfaces, which benefits end-users and developers alike. In this post,

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  • Fluent UI – A Free Interactive UI Library in UXPin

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      Try a full set of interactive, ready-made components created by Microsoft and used by hundreds of enterprise companies. Build prototypes with the drag-and-drop elements that developers can easily copy. Learn more about Fluent UI. What is Fluent UI? Fluent UI is an open-source React component library developed by Microsoft. It helps teams build accessible, scalable,

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    • Content Design System – Do You Need It?

      by UXPin
      Content Design System

      Designers have long recognized the benefits of using a design system in their work, streamlining their processes and saving time by not having to start from scratch every time. However, not everyone is aware that the same concept can be applied to content design, helping content and UX writing teams avoid the tedious task of

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    • What is Progressive Disclosure? Show & Hide the Right Information

      by UXPin
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      Progressive disclosure is one of the ways of reducing UI complexity and it may come in handy whenever designers want to make products less overwhelming for the end-user. This article explores progressive disclosure, when to use it, helpful UI components, real-world examples, and a step-by-step process for implementing this design technique. Design user experiences your

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    • How to Turn Code into Design?

      by UXPin
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      The standard product design workflow is that designers create prototypes in a vector-based tool and convert them to code. Your design starts as an image and then needs to be translated into code to make it functional. Is there an alternative to that approach? One that would allow you to start with code? Code-to-design process

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    • Why Developers Use Frameworks?

      by UXPin
      Why do developers use frameworks

      Modern product and web development rely on frameworks, libraries, and dependencies to achieve desired results and outcomes. Understanding these frameworks’ capabilities and limitations can help designers collaborate better with engineers throughout the design process and, most importantly, during design handoffs. Bridge the gap between design and development with UXPin Merge. Design fully interactive prototypes using

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    • Should User Experience Designers Be Aware of Psychology?

      by UXPin
      Should user experience designer be aware of human psychology

      Products are built by people for people. To do it right, UX designers must have a genuine interest in human psychology – to understand the emotions and motivations behind users’ actions. Only then you are able to create products, which perfectly resonate with the target audience. Without this knowledge, it’s like shooting in the dark

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    • Powerful Microinteractions to Improve Your Prototypes

      by UXPin
      Powerful microinteractions to improve your prototypes

      Well-designed microinteractions enhance the user experience by providing reinforcement and feedback. Without microinteractions, user interfaces would be dull and lifeless. Like it or not, digital products play on human psychology. When you see the flashing “typing…” in chat or social media apps, you want to stick around to see what the person’s going to say.

    • UX and SEO – An SEO Guide For UX Designers

      by Tomasz Niezgoda
      An SEO Guide For UX Designers

      There’s more to the website that meets the eye! Beside the layout, colors, fonts, there are also technical factors such as site speed, indexing, and metrics that UX designers need to consider when working on a website experience. We invited Tomasz Niezgoda, Head of Marketing at Surfer, a platform that merges content strategy, creation, and

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    • 15 Examples of Reactjs Websites

      by UXPin
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      ReactJS is the most popular front-end library in the world. The library’s component-based methodology allows the development team to build and reuse components throughout a project, resulting in less programming from scratch and faster development. We’ve put together 15 ReactJS websites and web apps to demonstrate what’s possible with this versatile framework. We also showcase

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    • Design Project Management 101 – Methods, Tools, and Necessary Skills

      by UXPin
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      To deliver successful outcomes, design project management incorporates several key UX functions, including creative direction, UX design, DesignOps, and design leadership. This article explores the design project management discipline, a manager’s skills, relevant tools, and the five stages from initiation to final delivery. Achieve better results during the design process with high-quality, interactive prototypes using

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    • Mobile App vs. Web App – What to Design?

      by UXPin
      Mobile App vs. Web App

      Deciding between launching a mobile app vs. web app isn’t always an easy decision. There are many factors to keep in mind before making the call – from user experience and technical constraints to cost-effectiveness and scalability. We’ll explore web design vs mobile app design. All so that you can make an informed decision about

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    • How To Run A Successful Design Thinking Workshop?

      by UXPin
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        Running a design thinking workshop is one of the best ways to spark creativity and nurture a user-centric mindset within your design team. As a designer, you will encounter situations where you need to run design thinking workshops either with your team, your stakeholders, or other departments in your organization. UXPin is an end-to-end design

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