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March 8th, 2016 by Franc Michael  |   Comment

Accordion menus are a type of display widget found on desktop and mobile apps. They allow you to display a large number of menu options while conserving space. But before you use them, you should know how to best design them for your users.

January 30th, 2016 by Franc Michael  |   Comment

Designing the user experience of a website involves more than figuring out what goes on each page. It’s also about figuring out how those pages flow together. If you don’t plan your page flow, you could run into problems when you start to design.

January 12th, 2016 by Franc Michael  |   Comment

On any project, the team is looking for a slam dunk. But this won’t happen if each team member isn’t aware of their role. The designer’s job is to design a user interface and communicate it to developers. But this transition can be painful when developers don’t understand our

December 16th, 2015 by Franc Michael  |   Comment

Designing effective graphics for mobile devices is a challenge. Graphics on mobile are different from desktop devices. Designers need to understand the complexities of working with mobile
technology. Here are some ways to make your graphics work on mobile devices.

December 15th, 2015 by Franc Michael  |   Comment

Links contain text, but they should never look like text. When users read a web page, they need to be able to distinguish what’s clickable. If your links don’t have enough contrast, users
could miss them. Ultimately will lead to no clicks and missed opportunities.

  • Where to Place Your Accordion Menu Icons
  • Site Flows vs. User Flows: When to Use Which
  • Tips for a Smooth Hand-off from Designer to Developer
  • How To Prepare Computer Graphics for Mobile Devices?
  • Why Do All Links Need a Hover Effect on Every Website?