I love to draw! I’ve been doing it since the tender age of five; I am 53 and I still love it and today I am still doing it at Nearsoft. Let me tell you what it means to me. Being All I Can Be One of the many things I like about working at […]
Evaluating the user interface (UI) of your app is a crucial practice among designers. It will give you insights on how the elements of your app should be placed, structured and designed. Here you will learn the benefits of evaluating designs with the app design evaluation and how to use its template.
You have a software product idea and you’ve decided it’s time to make it happen.
Before you start developing, make sure you are choosing the right app type. Depending on the nature of your product, the core and goal of your business, it’s important to choose the type of app that will adapt smoothly with your users and leverage your product.
There has been a lot of fuzz in recent years about functional programming. You might be interested but it can be hard to apply it to your everyday work. This post aims to give you a cheatsheet with functional concepts and techniques used in the .NET framework. Arrow Notation Arrow notations are the preferred syntax […]
The tech industry is changing every day and in order to fulfill people’s upcoming needs from the design point of view designers need to be resourceful and learn new methodologies and tools. Formal education offers few classes and little to no career focus on UX or similar approaches. So how can designers update their skills in order to face our upcoming challenges?
Artificial Intelligence will eventually be commonplace. So, what does this mean for designers? Will design, interfaces and experiences will be left in our hands or not? Let’s explore how UX Design and AI work together and not against each other.
Most of us have already heard about Design Systems and how they are beneficial for our team, whether it’s a startup or a big company. For those who don’t know yet,
Bringing innovation to the Tech Travel industry is very, very challenging. Only a few companies have the majority (if not all) of the market share. The limitations are numerous; from dealing with really old code bases, to getting generic information, making path and gaining market share for small companies and startups is a challenging journey.
I often hear clients wanting to do A/B testing hoping it will solve all their UX problems at once. Not really, unless you do it right. If you are doing A/B testing on your website read this article first.
The world is changing pretty fast and technology is absolutely on the forefront of that. Whether you’re a tiny startup or whether you’re creating a product that disrupts an industry, keep in mind you are at the forefront. Incorporating User Research to your development processes will reflect in a meaningful way not only in your product but through all your company. You will be building in a more mindful way.