Never Design The Home Page First
This is something I think about doing, but really need to actually start doing it!
Pro tip. Never design the homepage first. Always start with a product page, an article or a page where design thinking is really needed.— Joe Leech 红豆 乔 (@mrjoe) January 14,
I'm not completely sure what these people do (this site is in German and I don't speak German) However I find something strangely satisfying about the layout of this websites homepage.
I think it might be the circles... Most things on the web are usually in squares, so a nice circle…
The One-Minute Test — UIE Brain Sparks — Medium
Meeting can be a bit of a roller coaster. Sometimes they're great, sometimes they're terrible. Sometimes they're both!
I really like this idea written about on [http://medium.com].
Often, when we meet with design teams, we’ll reserve a few minutes at the tail end…
Note to self: 6 steps to perfecting minimalism in web design
Embrace flat design
Incorporate white space
Focus on bold typography
Simplify your navigation
Use color in patches
Minimalism works if you know how to use it
Mention the word “minimalism” to some designers, and they become apprehensive because they wrongly think that an overly simplistic…
Steve Jobs Quote on User Interface (UX)
“When you start looking at a problem and it seems really simple with all these simple solutions, you don’t really understand the complexity of the problem. And your solutions are way too oversimplified, and they don’t work. Then you get into the problem. And…