Welcome to the 36th edition of Design Brief – a weekly selection of inspiring content that will keep you up to date with the UX/UI and product design buzz. Have a nice read and see you next week!
Minimalism has re-emerged as a powerful technique in modern web design. At first sight, it may seem as if it were merely a very simple set of harmonised elements. However, under the surface, there is much more than “less is more”. Read more
UX design is particularly difficult in a typical agile process, because there is always one unknown: users. Designers need to constantly interpret users’ needs, wants, motivations, interpretations, and behaviour. Read more
Do you want to design a chatbot for Facebook Messenger? In this entry, you will find all conversational elements that are available for you. Read more
“Sharing work throughout your design process helps keep feedback focused on the most relevant problem at each stage.” With this approach, you can leverage design critique for your further motivation and improvement. Read more
Whereas the first part of design guide for non-designers focused on visual aspects, the second part emphasises the importance of usability. Even the most beautiful website will prove useless to users if it won’t let them achieve what they want. Read more
Many designers focus on a nice format across various screen widths when they design responsive websites. As a result, mobile page lengths tend to be quite substantial. The height of a page is often overlooked in responsive design, but is it a real problem? Read more