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On extroverts, to-do lists and Roman emperors. 6 things I’ve learned as a Junior Project Manager

September 21st, 2022, posted in learning, our_people
by Andreea Z.

On extroverts, to-do lists and Roman emperors. 6 things I’ve learned as a Junior Project Manager

Being a PM has a certain ring to it, and many people are starting to consider it a viable career option. So here are 6 things to consider.
How to make your designs code-ready for Tailwind CSS

September 1st, 2022, posted in learning
by Adelina

How to make your designs code-ready for Tailwind CSS

Developers work better when the designs you make respect at least a few rules. So here’s how to do that with Tailwind projects.
Include all users: how to make your designs more accessible

August 4th, 2022, posted in learning
by Adelina

Include all users: how to make your designs more accessible

In this article, we’ll be talking about specific ways you can make your designs accessible. Like pumping up that contrast, making ALT descriptions, and more.
15 color and font combos to jumpstart your new designs

June 23rd, 2022, posted in learning
by Adelina

15 color and font combos to jumpstart your new designs

Design trends come and go, but color theory is forever. Thus, some color and font combos out there can be used throughout a variety of designs.
Dear UI/UX designers, here’s how to test apps you designed

June 1st, 2022, posted in learning
by Adelina

Dear UI/UX designers, here’s how to test apps you designed

Your design is done, and your development team coded most of it. As a designer, you have a chance to test it and find any possible issues. How do you find things you missed while designing? How can you find broken or nonsensical user flows?
Dear UI/UX designers, here’s how to get to know your users

May 27th, 2022, posted in learning, tech_stuff
by Adelina

Dear UI/UX designers, here’s how to get to know your users

There's a lot to figure out when you begin to work on a new app. A lot of it has to do with getting to know your users. What is their day to day life like? What part will this app play in their life?
[Foundation Series] The Design of Everyday Apps: How to Improve Your App’s Usability

March 3rd, 2022, posted in learning
by Adelina

[Foundation Series] The Design of Everyday Apps: How to Improve Your App’s Usability

Using an app shouldn’t be difficult, and if users make mistakes it’s not always their fault. So here are some tips on creating more efficient user flows.
[Original Design Series] 10 quick fixes to make your design stand out

February 17th, 2022, posted in learning
by Saiona

[Original Design Series] 10 quick fixes to make your design stand out

Original design is a creative way of using not so original (but tried and tested) methods. These methods work because they follow core design principles which, if you ignore, it will only make your designs (and users) suffer.
[Stress Testing Series] The feedback formula. Getting useful feedback from your clients

January 27th, 2022, posted in learning
by Saiona

[Stress Testing Series] The feedback formula. Getting useful feedback from your clients

Here is our formula for getting good feedback, understanding the design problem space and developing solutions aligned with business objectives.
Dear UI/UX designers: here’s how to work with developers

January 18th, 2022, posted in learning
by Adelina

Dear UI/UX designers: here’s how to work with developers

UI/UX designers and software developers do a lot of work together. And a big part of good software development is making sure they do it right. So here are some of our tips.