Food for thought
And a few other things
Food for thought
And a few other things...
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Black Mirror S03E01: A UX design case study
By Hili Megory | 03 / 01 / 16

I recently watched Netflix’ season 3 of Black Mirror and was must admit I was blown away by its season premiere, “Nosedive”. Definitely deserving a 5 stars rating for the spot-on art direction and the advanced display of UX/UI...

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Graphic Designer's 2017 new years resolutions
By Tania Vardi | 12 / 29 / 16

2017 is right around the corner, which makes this a perfect opportunity to look ahead and set resolutions for the new year. We might not always live up to our resolutions, but we certainly love planning and designing them...

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Where does product management end and UX start?
By Hilla Herzog Manor | 11 / 30 / 16

The product manager holds the business objective goal. The UX expert holds the user needs goal. In many cases the 2 goals create product conflict but the only way to create a great successful product is by reaching both goals...

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Can you design a brand from the ui down?
By Uri Romano | 12 / 09 / 16

Most designers, especially those born before 1990, were raised on the almost religious notion that a brand’s logo is its heart. You start by designing that first and then everything grows from there. And while I obviously don’t dispute that at the end the logo is supposed to embody the essence of the brand...

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App Design: Sketch vs. Photoshop Part II
By Assaf Yogev | 11 / 23 / 16

In response to our previous post, “Why We Stopped Designing Apps with Photoshop (And Saved Our Client's Money)” I received quite a few comments; Some raised very interesting and specific questions, so I thought it would be important to dig deeper into the issues and differences that people raised, which led me to write a follow up post focusing on some of the main concerns.

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Why We Stopped Designing Apps With Photoshop
(And cut costs for our clients)
By Assaf Yogev | 10 / 20 / 16

For almost a decade our main user experience and interface design tool was strictly Photoshop. But not anymore. Six months ago, we made a hard decision to adopt a new software, one that’s been generating a lot of buzz in the digital design world and has received a fair amount of praise through the community in general – Sketch.

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