UX writing is a critical component of user experience design. It’s the voice that guides users through a product, making interactions intuitive and efficient. But how do you master this craft?
After almost two decades of sharp right-angled edges, YouTube is unveiling a new screen layout featuring rounded corners for videos and thumbnails.
Oh God, make it stop. EmbodyMe’s Xpression Chat lets you talk to anyone you like, dead or alive. Has AI finally gone too far?
Animation is a good web designer’s secret weapon. To animate means to bring to life, and a few little animated touches can liven up even the dullest content.
Intel One Mono, an open-source typeface designed for developers, just received a new update. Version 1.3.0 promises several small improvements to make the typeface easier to use.
Instagram head Adam Mosseri just announced that Threads is getting a web browser version. Could this be the feature that revitalizes the platform?
Fonts play a critical role in design, possessing the ability to evoke emotion, reinforce a brand identity, create hierarchies in a layout, and set the tone of your content.
Users were shocked to find that all of their images and links posted before December 2014 were broken.
Amazon just changed its rating system, and now every product looks like it has one star. This one could take some getting used to.
Crafting a compelling UX (User Experience) case study is an art in and of itself. It’s a process that demands clarity, story-telling, and an honest appraisal of your work.
UIColors lets designers input a hex code and immediately generate a custom color scale for their projects. It’s quick, easy, and surprisingly effective.
To celebrate the arrival of the 2024 Olympic Games, The International Olympic Committee (IOC) collaborated with organizing bodies from around the world to design the Cultural Olympiad programme. Fourteen posters were created to celebrate the occasion.
Adobe Photoshop has been considered the must-have graphics software for professional digital creatives for decades. It is to image editing what Google is to online search: way back in 2008, Merriam-Webster added the verb ‘to photoshop’ to its dictionary (meaning… Continue Reading →
Apple’s iOS 17 preview launched last week. The update offers many new features, but users couldn’t get over Apple’s decision to move the call button. Now, they’ve reversed it. Rejoice!
The update is set to roll out to the public sometime over the next few weeks.
So, you need to build a website, and your budget is all but non-existent. Fear not; it is possible to get online for nothing using a site builder. Sure, you’re not going to win any awards, and forget about scalability…. Continue Reading →
Announcements Update to the ConvertKit plugin Transfer Google Domains to WordPress.com WordCamp US is coming! Your Website Engineer on YouTube Is there a plugin for that? With more than 50,000 plugins in the WordPress repository, it’s hard to find the… Continue Reading →
Elon Musk just added grungy white stains to the X logo. How long will this one last before it heads to the chopping block?
Neville Brody, an iconic graphic designer, recently collaborated with Nike to design a modular, industrial typography for the England Women’s Football Kit.
Have you ever wondered why some ecommerce sites have you effortlessly gliding from page to page, product to cart, while others feel like trudging through digital quicksand? The answer lies in design.
What do you get when you cross TikTok’s swiping with Spotify’s Discover feature? Enter Samples – YouTube Music’s new one-tap tool for finding new sounds.
Dear AI is an artificial intelligence program that enables users to create thoughtful, handwritten letters for their loved ones. Is it a must-have timesaver or a worrying sign that we’ve delved too far into the doldrums of impersonal machine-generated content?
Welcome to our monthly round-up of what’s good on the web. This month we’re bringing you designs featuring inspiring uses of positive colors, large type, retro elements, illustrations, and so much more.
Microsoft is in the process of beta-testing a new default theme for Office. The tech giant intends to release the change to the public in September 2023.
Apple’s iOS17 offers a host of exciting new features, but users can’t get over the new look call screen. Are we just adverse to change, or do we have good reason to be horrified?
The recent Twitter rebranding debacle has provided a reminder of just how important a good logo is to any company or organization. A good logo is a valuable asset — it creates brand recognition and establishes trust — while a… Continue Reading →
Bricolage Grotesque, a free, open-source typeface, was unveiled to the public recently. The font offers the perfect blend of quirkiness, creativity and uniformity.
Air India just announced a colossal rebrand. The new logo is simplified, modernized, and more universal. Perhaps this is the airline’s opportunity to take flight in the global market.
When we talk about product design, we mean designing an entire product. Although product design techniques can certainly be applied to smaller elements of projects, typically, this term refers to a holistic design approach that looks at all aspects of… Continue Reading →
WordPress just unveiled Version 6.3. Titled “Lionel”, the update promises more efficient development processes, improved ease-of-use, and better accessibility for developers.