They say everything is designed, but few things are designed well. And if you want to fall in the latter, let your skills be best-in-class too. As product designers, you should be well versed in technology, production methods, materials and market trends.
UI/UX design trends changes every year and in 2018 as well we will see that some of the old approaches would disappear & while the other new techniques would continue to dominate the scene and nowadays as we all know that card design in web and mobile apps is very popular and becoming more and more popular for all platforms from mobile devices to desktops.
On your way to becoming a UX practitioner? Congratulations, you are about to embrace a state-of-the-art (yes, pun intended) concept. First things first, don’t confuse UX with the prototype.A lot of beginners get on the wrong path to practice prototypes when they start with UX.
Typography is the art of making your text alive. Your choice of typeface makes a great difference in marking your design- good, bad or great. This is true especially when it comes to UI design considering the bulk the text has or even sometimes the entirety has given to an interface.
When it comes to UI/UX, there can never be a full stop to creativity. There is always a scope for more. Something novel. Something refreshing. Your skills can never be ‘perfect’. The reason is you might be good, no excellent today, but what matters is how fast you progress tomorrow, how well you polish your skills.
Whenever the term UX pops up in front of designers, there is a common claim on its practice- ‘ Oh yes, I do that- I have been doing it for a very long time.’. They regard UX as something innate to design.
‘To design something really well you have to get it- chew it up, not just quickly swallow it.’ Think over these words said by Steve Jobs (yes, ingest and then digest), our UX leader, who has revolutionized the concept of customer experience for millions of customers worldwide, with Apple products, App Store, and many other ways.