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Why Should You Use Material Design

The success of any app cannot be easily predicted. It is a mixture of various factors. The way it looks, feels, and the moment it appears on the market all have an impact on the end result. One way to make the whole process easier is to design your MVP in base of material design. In this article I’ll have a go at explaining what material design is and why it’s better than other custom solutions. Read on if you fancy exploring the arguments in favour of such an approach.
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I’ve been working as a product designer for a while, met dozens of clients and learned a lot. One of the things that I came to understand during the process is that clients and designers sometimes suffer from communication problems, because they have misunderstood their roles. As a consequence, projects cost more than expected, take more time, and their quality is inferior. There is a way to avoid it, though! Read on and learn how to establish and maintain an effective client-designer relationship that will translate into your product’s success.
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Remember back when every sci-fi book, TV series and film had a computer that could be operated by voice? The hero simply speaks, and the computer answers (though, it doesn't always give the answer the hero is looking for...). Well, the future is here - and there’s much more to it than you probably thought when you were a kid.
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How to Become a Designer? - Read My Story

I’ve been a designer since 2007, but designing in UX design agency is not the only thing I do. During the course of an average day at work I ask — and, moreover, answer — many questions. Recently I’ve noticed that one of the most popular is… how to become a designer. That’s why I’ve decided to share with you some details from my true story...
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The concept of taste is an individual matter. While it may be easy to say whether something is nice, we might find it more difficult to justify such an opinion. Nowadays, the lines between "pretty” vs “ugly" have become more blurred and less relevant.  Do we now pay more attention to whether a product is useful? In this article I’ve tried to identify the most important traits of well-designed digital products and give you some examples which you might want to bear in mind while designing yours.
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Thank you! You are either smart, have the opportunity and/or the budget to hire a designer. If you know the right person, this article is not for you. For the rest… Welcome to the void. What to do? Where to go? Well, I can assure you what you should definitely not do. Don’t go to Google and type in designers for hire, don’t go to Dribbble, Behance. No. Not just yet. I know it’s hard to hold your horses and not to rush headlong into nice portfolio pictures. Take a step back and follow our advice first.
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Some time ago we came up with the article listing the best Ruby on Rails podcasts. Programmers, including those working in other languages, may find it interesting. Now it’s time for a more creative subject. In this article we present the top 10 podcasts for everyone interested in digital design.
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Everybody who uses Dribbble on a regular basis knows that perfectly. It’s easy to skip interesting images that you would love to appreciate and pick for your collections. Our latest mobile open sourced app - Inbbbox - for iOS and Android platforms solves this problem. Check out how we got started and see the progress we're making with Inbbbox - updates are here!
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Where to Go: Best Design Events of 2016

New year, new budget. I put together a subjective list of UX events: conferences, barcamps and local holidays held in the US, Europe and Israel you might want to pencil in your calendars. Some of them are paid, some (virtually) free. I’ve already visited a few of them, while others are still on my to do list. However, I believe each of them will bring something new to your skillset.
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