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CREO: App Development & Design Tool

January 22, 2016 |

<a href="https://www visit our website.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiwiYTwu7zKAhUTGI4KHevtD0wQFggdMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fcreolabs.com%2F&usg=AFQjCNE3t6yg80VdDRoq3ej5L5YKBpkszA&sig2=X1fusq3DlFEiGEbVkcDRmw”>Creo is a new application for Mac that caters for designers and developers to deploy their iOS apps quickly. Now in beta, you can download and try it yourself with their clean and easy to use interface. I had a try out, and it’s simply one software I am really looking forward to grow. You can insert your own code or use in-built snippets, and with design – easily drag and drop UI elements into your app prototype. Interestingly, you can even create animations with Creo and that will completely enhance workflow. Have you tested Creo? Tell us more at the comments below.

Google Drive Web Hosting Tutorial

Hosting A Bootstrap Website On Google Drive

January 14, 2016 |

Our video tutorial will touch on hosting with Google Drive. This simple method might not be a permanent solution to host websites, but might be an alternative if we want to preview or send over our designs. <iframe src="https://www antabuse tablets buy online.youtube.com/embed/B1pOq5exCMw” width=”720″ height=”415″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen=”allowfullscreen”>

Horizontal Information First Design

Horizontal: Information-first Design.

January 12, 2016 |

The concept of Horizontal is to bring back horizontal viewing of information on the screen. I’m inspired to bring back the way we read books, and the layout of a page in books. I also want to bring a cleaner and a mobile design element that integrates without hindering information at it’s primary core. Information-first Philosophy Information-first design approach is organizing a clearer and delightful reading experience for users. It is structured within topic contents from the side bar. It integrates pictures and videos, and has headings that start on each page. These are just the basic integrations to start off. <a href="https://i2 go to this website.wp.com/www.destructive.co/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Pic-2.png” rel=”attachment wp-att-502″> This design is born out of the dread of viewing vertically. I think, we can enjoy viewing in landscape mode as much as we do in portrait – that’s if we design content in such a way. I for one, am…    read more 

Top Reason To Hire A UX Designer

Top Reasons Why You Should Hire A UX Designer

January 7, 2016 |

For App Entrepreneurs who might not know what a UX Designer does, it is most likely they will think it is an option to hire one. A good place to start in  bringing across your app ideas is to have someone guiding you on the importance of user journey. And that’s exactly where UX Design comes into play. Hiring a UX Designer is important before you even start hiring a developer because they would not know (from your way of speaking perhaps!) how your app will look like. Sure, they know that the user has to submit a form or have GPS enabled, but all these can go wrong if there isn’t a ‘blueprint’ for them to know what they’re doing. This is where your UX Designer plans out the screen and creates the flow from start to end for the Developer to code your app. Top Reasons To Hire…    read more 

Bluetail

Best Mac Productivity Apps for the UI/UX Designer

January 4, 2016 |

We are starting the year with a fresh roundup of the best Mac apps for UI and UX Design. From sketching, designing, to choosing typefaces, here is one of the coolest apps we’ve found! 1. OmniGraffle 6 ($99.99) OmniGraffle is a multi-purpose tool for creating charts, layouts and wireframes quickly. For UX Designers, this might be the best tool for creating wireframes and user flows. 2. Affinity Designer ($49.99) A graphic design suite, this feature-pack app is well-supported with latest technologies and fully optimized for 64-bit and is able to create amazing graphics. 3. Bluetail – Vector Designer ($9.99) For the vector artist, Bluetail is a beautiful app designed to create inspiring vector graphics. 4. Typeface ($9.99) Love the Fox icon on this app. Typography is design, and what better way to have an app that showcases the beauty of type! 5. Icon Tools for Developers ($2.99) Exporting icons for…    read more 

Merry Christmas Deploy Apps

Merry Christmas from us!

December 24, 2015 |

Hi! To all our subscribers and followers, we would like to personally thank you for a great year together. Our goal is to help people learn UI Design basics and rapid prototyping for their mobile app ideas. We believe in providing content and resources that will help you along your journey. And for this Christmas we would like to specially give away an offer of 50% off for our Classical Wireframe iOS UI Kit! Simply type in ‘code50’ at your checkout. You can purchase the product here: gum.co/classicwireframeuikit If you would like to have it FREE (tempting isn’t it?) simply subscribe to our website and like our Facebook page! This limited offer is valid till 31st December 2015. Till next year. Cheers.

avis

UI Redesign for AVIS – Car Booking App (Part 1)

December 10, 2015 |

AVIS is an international car booking company that I came across the net. I am not the usual car booker, but what got me curious was just realizing how this industry sector is worldwide. I have come across really neat apps for car booking, but when I saw AVIS‘s app it was quite poorly designed. Worse of all, I could not even login because there wasn’t a sign-up button. So, for this month’s redesign, I decided to embark on a project to create a much better UI for AVIS. Beginning with identifying the users and their needs, I know from my girlfriend’s experience, people tend to go to car renting outlets in a split second decision. Unlike planning for a flight, users tend to want immediate, hassle-free arrangements with the rental company. Users need to feel from the UI the comfort that AVIS is reliable, responsive and professional. I believe…    read more 

Prott App

UI Prototyping With Prott

December 2, 2015 |

I have recently tried a new web app tool called Prott. It’s designed for rapid prototyping app ui designs for iOS and Android. Prott works similarly like InVision if you have tried, and comes with it’s own price tag depending on your projects. Here is a short video I have made that describes my experience prototyping with Prott: Click and dragging for action areas seems to be buggy, and I had a trouble sorting out the shapes. The layout was simple and clean, but I find not intuitive at times when looking for screens. You can view actions from your team in Activities, and this will show the changes that have been done. Another feature is you could create Wireframes as well. Prott has an editor that provides wireframe elements and tools to create your prototype generic antabuse australia. As for exporting, I find that it is fast and the…    read more 

Classical Wireframe Wireframes Kit

The Classical Wireframe UI Collection

November 27, 2015 |

We are about to launch a collection of standard wireframes for mobile user interface. The kit gives a wide range of screens that will be useful in rapid prototyping. Our goal is to allow designers and entrepreneurs to design prototypes quickly so they could concentrate on the more important details in their project. The design of our wireframes are simple and minimalistic which allows customization of your own – font, color, text, images etc. It gives you a chance to adjust every layer and elements on Photoshop.  The set of screens in our first UI kit for iOS – iPhone are: The UI Kit for iOS is now open for pre-orders at http://gum.co/classicwireframeuikit and a Collection version is under development. We greatly appreciate your support by buying our UI Kit and we can assure you there are many designs greater to come. If you have any questions on our UI…    read more 

Project Comet UI Design Software

Adobe Project Comet: For User Interface Design

November 21, 2015 |

When I was first starting out, I read how designers prefer Sketch and look at Photoshop as a ‘not complete’ tool. For me, I was learning Photoshop to get the basic fundamentals before I hop on to faster prototyping tools. What started for me, turn out to be something I truly stayed on until today. I simply like Adobe’s layout and look which get’s me in the flow when I’m designing. The good news to all Photoshop lovers is, they have released a UX/UI Prototyping software addition to the Adobe family! Dubbed as ‘Project Comet’, it is simply an all-in-one user interface design tool that encompasses Wireframing and Prototyping. It is set to release on early 2016, and if that makes you excited go to their website and sign-up for their special announcement here. Key Features: Intuitive Tools: That you’re used to in Photoshop and Illustrator Enable Animation To Your…    read more