Layouts can either make or break your web design. This article will talk about a good structure and bad layout and how you can master layouts. Today we're going to talk about layouts and the hardest possible skill to master. But it's so important because it's either a fantastic website or such a crappy website that you're not going to use it. I want to jump straight into some examples, and then we're going to talk about the principles of what's behind it and how to master it.
This article will be perfect for anybody who's thinking about getting into UX design, maybe you're making a career change maybe you're coming straight out of high school and you're trying to figure out what direction to take. I'm gonna take you through four simple steps that you can take to get started in this industry.
In this article, you will know Typography and how to use Typography to create useful websites. We will talk about Typography because it is so important. Why? Because most of what we design includes mostly text, together with images. Texts are important, because first of all, words are powerful. That's how people understand what we are trying to tell them. However, they are not only necessary in what they say as words. The font we choose, how we lay them out, and how we format them. It creates a lot of feels and communicates a lot about what we are trying to say with our design.
A considerable part of any website's success comes from picking up the right images and visuals to use. In this article, we will talk about which image should pick the right one for your website. A website comes down to having some texts and images to tell some story, experience, sell, teach, and convey some message.
We're going to learn how to pick the right colors for your websites. How to combine them with other colors to create a great user experience, and explain to your clients why you chose that color. Today we're going to talk about colors. That is very elusive. And to be honest, something that I struggled with for a long time. Today I want to share all of how I think about this in practice, and the tips and the processes that I use when I pick my colors.
We're going to talk about the difference between design thinking and design sprints, and I have a pretty straightforward, simple answer for you. The exact difference between design thinking and design sprint, so you never have to worry about it again or wonder about it too. You can use this explanation if someone asks you.
In this article we will discuss the history of design, thinking about how it came to be what it is and how it's different from other tools, methods, and frameworks that we use today. Let's dig a little bit into really at a high level what is design thinking.
In this article, you will know what are the steps on how to get started in Product Design. Product design, it encompasses UI design, UX design I'm talking about, even product management. I'm talking about sort of the whole industry of product design.
What is a hierarchy, and how do you create one? Hierarchy is one of the critical things in creating good web design an excellent user experience and making sure that the goals of the website are achieved, and it's the probably number one mistake that I see when I'm looking at other people's web design.
This article is all about UX design. In this article, you will know the 3 Factors in a UX Design. Also, the Core of a UX Design you'll know about the user, companies, and organization that make the mistake of thinking from the business perspective first. Then, you'll know The UX Process Look Like. Lastly, The Four BASIC Key Steps and What is UX Designer doing?
In this article, you'll learn Web design. Web Design is a combination of two different skill sets or industries. Web design encompasses many different skills and disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites. One is graphic design, using design, shapes, texts, and images to convey a message. The other one is The Web, on how people interact on the web, what user experience is, and how you develop your graphic ideas to make them work in the browser.
This article will talk about history. I know that maybe what you think you need to become a web design. Why do I need to learn history, but I think it's essential to understand how we got to today's society? Because we're always operating within kind of a context, right. There's a context to everything that we do. We don't invent anything, and we have to know where we came from and what happened before us to understand why we're doing what we're doing today and how to think about moving forward now. I do believe that in web design and design in art in general. I believe creation always has kind of a social context plus the technology of the day, and when they are combined, that's why we see what we see today in the world.
This blog is the Landlord Studio dashboard overview. The primary features of the software are focused on financial management. Landlord Studio allows you to monitor and manage your income and expenses at the organization, property, and rental unit level. You can scan paper receipts, integrate your bank accounts, and generate tax reports, particularly Schedule E or Form 1040. Moreover, Landlord Studio is built with a dashboard to track your rental property portfolio's financial performance in real-time.