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