• Modern Architecture & Beautiful House Designs. Hell Yeah!

    by  • 30/09/2015 • 0 Comments

    Hand-picked contemporary house designs with beautiful architectural concept designs from all over the globe. These galleries contain hot design trends and features everything from small wooden cottages to large modern skyscrapers. Put together by architects who’s really pushing the envelope by playing with unusual shapes and materials to create truly unique house designs. Some...

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    The Most Recognizable Thing on the Planet

    by  • 08/09/2015 • 0 Comments

    An eye-tracking study of the use of the hamburger menu on desktop websites. I know, you are reading this thinking “just what I need, another opinion on the use of the hamburger menu”. Apple says “I’d prefer you didn’t…“, Google material design guidelines say “sure, but design it like this…“, Jacob Nielsen says “try...

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    Are All Creatives Liars?

    by  • 08/07/2015 • 0 Comments

    Seth Godin wrote a book in which he proclaimed all marketers are liars. Are all creatives liars, too? Based on a recent survey about the work processes of creatives, they just might be—if only unintentionally, to avoid the stark truths staring them in the face. When asked how they handle interruptions, prioritization and approvals, a...

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    Fresh Trend in Navigation: Full-Screen Menus

    by  • 29/06/2015 • 0 Comments

    As with any integral detail of a user interface, menu design is changing with current trends. Some metamorphoses bring about positive results that refine user experience, but others can destroy favorable impressions. Following trends, especially when it comes to navigation, can be tricky. For example, hidden menus and minimal navbars recently began to run...

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    Creative Inspiration: 10 Principles of Design

    by  • 24/06/2015 • 0 Comments


    Graphic design is much more than learning how to use the tools within Photoshop. It requires an intimate understanding of the relationship between different objects. This series of paper art poster designs by Efil Türk covers 10 design principles that are core to any designer’s success. The conscious application of some or all of these principles...

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    Asymmetrical Design: Creating Beautiful, Balanced Layouts

    by  • 04/06/2015 • 0 Comments


    How do you feel about asymmetrical design? That simple question can sometimes spark a lot of debate among designers. Asymmetrical design can be one of the more complicated techniques to pull off, but when done well results in beautiful and eye-catching designs. While the definition of asymmetry is the lack of symmetry or equality...

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    7 Mobile UX Mistakes You’re Probably Making Right Now

    by  • 27/05/2015 • 0 Comments

    Making changes on mobile UX can be a tricky process, especially if you come from a web background. In mobile, developers have more constraints, including screen real estate, attention times, and UI control limitations. Improving the mobile experience is always a learning process full of trial and error, so this list will get you...

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    The 22 Rules of UX

    by  • 26/05/2015 • 0 Comments

    Stories create experiences — great stories make for great experiences. Put heart into your stories and consider your audience. In the field of UX it’s similar but different. We’re trying to understand our users’ stories; we then craft a new one for them that (ideally) makes them happier and makes their lives easier. Successful UX is...

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    72 Posters Of Ridiculous Design Feedback from Clients

    by  • 21/04/2015 • 0 Comments

    Some people just don’t know what design is, while others have such vague descriptions that you start wondering if they are high or just clueless. Have a look at this incredibly interesting design feedback poster series, and tell me you didn’t get a good laugh after checking them out. Design feedback like this is...

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    20 Design Rules You Should Never Break

    by  • 15/04/2015 • 2 Comments

    Just like with any profession or discipline, design comes with some rules. While breaking design rules is allowed and even (in some circumstances) encouraged, it’s important to at least be aware of the rules you are breaking so you can break them the right way. From typography to layout, right through to colour and...

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