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20 great design system examples from Design Systems Repo

20 great design system examples from Design Systems Repo

March 26, 2019

Jad Limcaco is a UI/UX designer from Silicon Valley. He is also a creator of Design Systems Repo, an online repository of publicly available design systems, pattern libraries, and style guides. So, let us take a bit closer look at what this labor of love has to offer to designers and people who think alike.

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Vitaly Friedman: I am tired of sameness on the web

Vitaly Friedman: I am tired of sameness on the web

March 12, 2019

“I don’t know about you, but I feel a bit lost lately. Front-end, huh? Responsiveness? Flexibility? Custom properties? It is hard to keep track of all that. Yet again, there is so much generic design and lookalikes out there. We have forgotten how to stand out.”

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5 interactive and fun websites to entertain you

5 interactive and fun websites to entertain you

February 26, 2019

Are you feeling a bit bored? Are you one of those people who think they saw every meme and every joke on the Internet? Do you believe you visited every corner of the World Wide Web and there is nothing left that can entertain you? We beg to differ.

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Web design trends for 2019

Web design trends for 2019

January 31, 2019

Web design has evolved quite a bit during previous years, don’t you think? It seems like we have entered a post-responsive era, followed by digital experiments, moving backgrounds, innovative interactions, unique typography, hero illustrations, and socially conscious design fueled by equality, inclusivity, and accessibility.

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The best design podcasts to boost your creativity

The best design podcasts to boost your creativity

January 12, 2019

When Ben Hammersley coined the word podcast using the bits of the words iPod and broadcast in his 2004 article for The Guardian, little did we know that podcasts would become the next big thing in the digital arena. So, thousands of podcasts later, here we are – handpicking the best of the best design-related podcasts for you.

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Inclusive design: Making websites accessible to everyone

Inclusive design: Making websites accessible to everyone

December 19, 2018

What would you do if you knew that 1 billion people cannot access your website? Even if they manage to visit it, they are not able to navigate through nor to understand it, so it appears to them as a completely useless web page. Would you be willing to change that?

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UX writing: What is it and why is it so important

UX writing: What is it and why is it so important

November 20, 2018

“You must stay drunk on writing so reality cannot destroy you”, wrote an American novelist Ray Bradbury in his book Zen in the Art of Writing. He was referring to the art of writing fiction, of course, and here we have just the opposite advice for you regarding the art of the UX writing: for every word that you write, make sure to do the reality check.

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Fluid vs. Adaptive vs. Responsive Design

Fluid vs. Adaptive vs. Responsive Design

October 23, 2018

Let us assume that you just got yourself the latest version of a smartphone with a full range of innovative applications, sleek design, and amazing performances. You cannot wait to try it out, but there seems to be a problem. Some of the web pages seem unadjusted to your phone screen or even appear as broken. How come?

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How to improve your website content

How to improve your website content

October 10, 2018

Simple, yet powerful. That would be the shortest description of what your website should look like if you want it to be accessible, functional, profitable, and eye-catching. It doesn’t matter if you run an e-commerce giant, a start-up web presentation, or a personal portfolio website, those would be the words to hold on to – simple and powerful.

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Website pop-up rules you must never break

Website pop-up rules you must never break

September 26, 2018

No one wants their website to be perceived as disruptive, annoying, or unpleasant. Instead of that, everyone desires it to be sleek and elegant, introducing smart navigation and smooth transitions. But, what if your clients insist on implementing all sorts of pop-ups all around the pages? Could there be a positive outcome from that?

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