Happy September. It's a great month for advancing and innovating UI Design! I have some very cool techniques I've developed to share with you guys. As you know communicating User Interactions (i.e. gestures and task completion) in UI Design can be hard with just static mock-ups. Also, if you just want to show a cool animation to give your Application soul, you have to design that as well. Over the years I've experimented with different workflows to achieve this very thing. So let here's what is at our next show and tell...
My job as a recruiter within this very specific area is made somewhat harder by the fact that it's becoming increasingly difficult to find fresh candidates for the roles I have to offer. Surely there's got to be more cracking Visual Designers out there looking for work?
As a fellow recruiter, or even as a generally helpful person, can anyone out there direct me to websites (such as behance) where users are free to browse profiles and contact their owners? Or perhaps, does anyone know of any good online communities of user interface designers ?
I work at an organization that believes having a "Pretty" skin is all you need to have a good User Experience. Has anyone ever run into this, and how does one overcome this.
I am literally at my wits end trying to prototype different layouts, and explaining the need for user research/feedback.
All comments are welcome, constructive or not.
You might have heard of MakeMyTrip. We’re hopeful you’re even a customer that has bought from us. Well, over 3M paying customers have bought from us! If you’re a product or a design professional, I’m sure you’ve had ideas such as “why don’t they do it this way or that way”. Well, here’s your chance to get in the door and help transform India’s leading Online Travel Company into an even more delightful experience.
I am dreaming of the perfect division of ia, ux, and visual design in a team. Should we stick to being generalists, and wear all of those hats at once, or should we allocate resources to each role? I am curious to know how other companies have approached this.