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Learning how to ‘art’ – online or offline?

We’ll answer a commonly asked question, and that is, is it better to learn art digitally or traditionally? In our opinion, it doesn’t really matter if you’re working digitally or traditionally. In fact, we think you should be able to do both. There are some advantages to working digitally, and there are some advantages to

Learning how to ‘art’ – online or offline?

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UX in 5 years

Looking back over the last five years, we can reflect on how far UX has come and how the field continues to evolve. It’s an exciting time to work in UX, and just as important as looking back, we must also look ahead to the future. And though we don’t have a crystal ball, we

UX in 5 years

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User stories, now agile

We are going to talk about creating user stories. User stories aren’t Agile in and of themselves, but they can be used to help us follow Agile principles. For example, here are three Agile principles that we should keep in mind Working software is the primary measure of progress. Our highest priority is to satisfy

User stories, now agile

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UX animation – the basics rules

Good UX animations feel natural, subtle, and unobtrusive. They almost feel like the product is physical and responding to what the user is doing, not like a cartoon that’s been tacked on top. A big part of that is keeping them quick, keeping the motions subtle, and making sure they have a real purpose for

UX animation – the basics rules

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The importance of micro-interactions for UX

Ready for impact Excellent micro-interactions can have a huge impact on your user experience. Micro-interaction is “trigger-feedback” pairs. This may sound generic, that’s because many of our daily interactions with computer systems fall in this large category of micro-interactions. So, let’s break down this definition a bit more. Micro-interactions need to be triggered. They can

The importance of micro-interactions for UX

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Stand out with Psychological design

The Isolation Effect or ‘stand out in the crowd’ This is another name for The Von Restorff Effect. It states that when multiple different objects are shown, the one object that differs from the rest is most likely to be remembered. There are various different ways ‘the effect’ on your designs, and we’re going to

Stand out with Psychological design

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The use of color in design

Color plays a vital role in design and everyday life. It can attract your eye to a specific image, or trigger a certain mood or feeling in you. It can even communicate important information to you without using words at all. So, how do we know which colors work together, and which ones don’t? The

The use of color in design

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Awesome design podcasts

Design Okay, guys, welcome! Today we are going to be talking about some of the best design podcasts. Ranging from graphic design, to design thinking and everything in between. Let’s jump in! 1. 99% Invisible 99% invisible is one of the definitive Podcasts if you are into the world of design and like the audio

Awesome design podcasts

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Kinetic Typography

Design There are multiple ways to tell a story. The example Orange and Lemons will be talking about today is kinetic typography. But what is kinetic typography? Let’s see what Wikipedia tells us. Kinetic typography the technical name for “moving text”—is an animation technique mixing motion and text to express ideas using video animation. This

Kinetic Typography

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Accessible web design explained

Chances are you want your website, video, or other content to be viewed by as many people as possible. To achieve that, it is good to take accessibility into account. A common misconception is that accessibility is about disability. It’s actually about universal design. Universal design benefits everyone, not just people with disabilities. Let’s talk

Accessible web design explained

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