We creative professionals have encountered countless pesky clients that want to control the project. Whether it is by asking a lot of revisions, or just by simply telling you do redo the whole thing. It is annoying, and we all want alleviate the stress, the burden, but how? Don’t despair fellow colleague, we are here to make your work day better!
When I surf the web and stumble myself on websites I expect to be amazed not only by the content they provide, but also by the experience they offer me, a first time user. Websites shouldn’t only have static backgrounds – make them interactive, put a video on the background with an animation or real life footage. Let’s see what awesome websites with video backgrounds there are.
Progress bars are a part of our life whether we like it or not. So why not make something out of it? Well you aren’t the only one that asked this question – designers all over the world stumbled upon this too and made your waiting time a little bit less annoying that it really is. Lets scroll down and see what they have come up with. Here is our list of 11 most creative loading bar designs.
Each month, we do a roundup of the best tutorials we have found in the past 30 days, and post it on our website. All so that you do not have to waste precious time searching for the right tutorials, and so that we can do our part in helping the world have better designers. Let us kick off this month’s roundup.
What we are going to do is help you realize what the range of the salaries are, and what is the middle 50% where the majority falls into. Before going any further, you must take this into consideration – every ad agency has their own set of rules, a hierarchy with an art director, and a design director where both can do the same job, or they could both have different responsibilities.
There is no way of overstating the importance of user experience when designing an app or website. That’s why we went on the interwebs, and started doing a bit of research, to see what specialists recommend we should do when designing UX. We have selected a few of what we think are the best pieces of advice, but we will, of course, link the articles where they’re taken from, so you can read everything the specialists had to say.
Cards have helped humanity not die of boredom, and this thing is going on for millennia. You can play canasta, poker, trick taking games, matching games, shedding games, accumulating games, comparing games and the list can go on and on. I managed to round up 8 most creative playing cards designs to get out of the rut of playing the same card game each time the power goes out in my building – at least I will look at something pretty rather than playing war games with myself.
Emotions are powerful things. They are swift and intense, and they lead to long-lasting, stable feelings towards a product. But how do you use emotions to create a connection with users? Fact of the matter is that it is pretty much impossible to be 100 percent sure will have the desired effect on users. That does not, however, mean that you can not plan as best you can. After all, web design is a thing that people do (you included), so it has to work at some level. To answer this conundrum as best we can, we put on our explorer hats, and set of on journey through the internet, looking for knowledge, or at least a few tips.