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How to Measure Positive Outcomes and Achieve Effective Design

On Episode 22 of the Edge of Innovation, we discuss positive outcomes and how important design is with researcher and author Victor Yocco.  Learn more about Victor and his new book Design for the Mind, here:

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Designing a Responsive Navigation Your Users Will Love

In design The process of creating a website should always start with general ideas. These turn into wireframes or low-fidelity mockups to give the designer a sense of direction. It’s fairly straightforward, but the creative process requires a large visual library of existing layouts to understand which interfaces are usable and well-designed. Navigation is a huge part of web design and deserves a lot more coverage. Responsive Navigation has slightly changed this creative process over recent years. Now designers are much more focused on grids and fluidity. Accessible responsive layouts should be flexible and naturally update to any screen size. Nav menus can be tricky because shortening a collection of links will often require completely revamping the UI….

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Creating Clickthrough Prototypes With Blueprint

Advertisement In a previous article1, I discussed using POP2 to create sketch-based clickthrough prototypes in participatory design exercises. These prototypes capture well the flow and overall layout of early design alternatives. The same piece briefly mentioned another category of clickthrough prototypes: widget-based mockups that are designed on the target device and that expand on sketches by introducing user interface (UI) details and increased visual fidelity. These prototypes can be used to pitch ideas to clients, document interactions and even test usability. In this article, I will teach you how to use the iPad app Blueprint to put together such prototypes in the form of concept demos, which help to manage a client’s expectations when you are aligning your visions of a product. Given the …

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10 Best Free Responsive WordPress Themes

WordPress (wp) is one of the famous platform for blogging with awesome user interface. WP is very much famous for its number of online themes and SEO plugins. In today’s article i am going to cover up the themes sections. There are number of sites that are providing free WordPress Themes to make your site look good professional. WP designs are great and awesome then Blogger and its themes are more appealing and eye catching. I have shortlisted the best free Responsive WordPress Themes which are going to astonish you guys and will definitely compel you guys to try this stuffs ones for your blog. The links of the WP themes developers are given below, we do not own any single theme from the list. We are…

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How to create animated GIFs for UI design presentations: Part 1 | Design and conquer

Weather app animated GIF You may have seen really cool animated GIFs that design professionals are using to present UI design on Behance, Dribble and other design communities platforms and wondered how did they created them. What is fast becoming one of the best ways of illustrating gestures and animations in mobile apps, animated GIFs offer a little more over traditional storyboards and static screenshots. In Part 1 of the series, I show how to create the animated GIF above. The second part will explain how to export your files properly and optimize into a GIF. Download of project file is also available. Key aspects of these animated GIFs are Showcase of actual work flows Convey the beautiful transitions between different app states Small size that can be…

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