When I look at a site, an app, or when I look at a product I’m immediately thinking I can make this so much better by just adjusting a few things. Below I spotlight three of the most classic mistakes where people can really improve their designs dramatically by beginning to focus on some “low-hanging fruits”.
Hi all! I wanted to quickly share this useful tip that I have started to incorporate into my wireframing process which is extremely useful when sharing designs with clients, stakeholders, product owners and the wider team.
At present, I am working at Bupa as a lead UI/UX designer for the Provision digital transformation. One of the BCS projects I was assigned to when joining was to pick up a number of optimization activities which supported the businesses objectives. In this blog post I want to dive deeper into my UX thought process to show you, step-by-step, how I conducted usability testing in a optimization piece to drive design change decisions and ultimately help increase the lead conversion rate.
As a designer, I’m always looking for new ways to improve my workflow. In this month’s blog post I touch on three essential tools and techniques that you can implement to enhance your working practices inside Photoshop.
In this post I want to go over a general overview of my UI/UX process which encompasses interaction design, information architect and creative visual design. I’ve laid out some key points that you can start apply and learning to include in your day-to-day design process.
When you’re going out and your designing a webpage you’re going to deal with text and font sizes throughout your website and the question is how do you determine those things and what is the standards when designing a website?
In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to create beautiful gradients. This technique is what you see in some of the latest trends using the Gaussian Blur filter tool.
Following my last post which I went through a few pointers for a successful online portfolio, I want elaborate further on how you go about building a successful portfolio.
In this blog post I want to walk through some of the most important features a simple web design portfolio layout should contain that anyone can use.
In my first ever blog post I will be going through some of the top trends which I believe we’ll see amongst websites in 2014. With phones and tablets becoming more powerful to handle the strain put on them by the browsers, web designers/developers will be looking to give users a cross-platform dynamic experience.