I don’t mean to make you feel old, but we’ve reached a point where there are people alive right now that do not remember a time without smartphones.
Narrative has long been ingrained into the DNA of web design.
New on-demand startups are completely transforming traditional industries.
Just 20 years ago, Amazon only sold books. Now, they’ve acquired Whole Foods in a $13.7 billion dollar deal.
The growth of e-commerce just in the last five years has been astronomical.
As the ends to a UX designer’s means, the concept of a “user” is scrutinized and dissected so often that it’s almost dehumanized.
“Most users spend their time on other websites.”
“At certain points you need a lot of patience to run a business, but at other times you need to be aggressive.”
How do you design for the user, when they’re all intrinsically diverse?
Kotlin has already been adopted by major players in the Android application marketplace.
Before we get into the common design errors of app marketing sites, a piece of good news: the absolute worst mistake you can make is not having a website at all.
In terms of national pride, no country can touch the United States and its fervent patriotism.