After more than 4 years of work as the head of a design studio, design thinking has become for me a natural way to solve complex problems. If you are a novice designer or a specialist working in this field, and if you want to understand what design thinking is, this post is for you.
In this article, I want to focus on high-performance concepts and practical tips. There are many criteria that characterize the correct process of design thinking, and if I dwell on each in detail, the text would be enough for a whole novel. If you have questions for which you would like to receive more detailed answers, you can write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Continue reading
So let’s get it in order. This guide is not for everyone. And for whom?
For developers who want to learn how to design their own attractive user interfaces if necessary.
For UX designers who want their portfolio to look better than a PowerPoint presentation. Or for UX designers who are confident that they can sell an awesome UX product as part of a nice UI package.
If you have unlearned at the art school or already consider yourself a UI designer, you will most likely find in this manual some combination of a) boring, b) incorrect and c) annoying material. Continue reading
What is a template site?
In the process of promoting a brand or services of a company, project, start-up, sooner or later every one faces a choice between a unique design solution and a ready-made website template.
A site template is a pre-designed design, an HTML page or a ready-made set of files used by CMS as a ready-made solution for creating sites. Anyone can use a ready-made theme for placing their own text content and images.
As a rule, templates are created for the most convenient editing of information, and therefore creating a website on a template is available to anyone without the need to hire a professional web developer. Continue reading