I've been using Sketch 3 for UI/UX design for nearly 3 years now and I love it. But sometimes as designers we encounter situations where we're forced to design interfaces in Adobe Photoshop again. I know, it's torture right? Laggy, and filled with features we don't need, no pages, and many other things besides makes moving from Sketch to Photoshop akin to being forced to date your fugly ex.
A friend of mine recently received a new Macbook Pro for his birthday. To make his foray into the Mac world as enjoyable as possible, I thought I’d make a list of the most useful and interesting Mac apps I’ve come across so far as a UI/UX Designer.
The name field of a standard contact form is a tricky thing. Because there’s a few things the designer must consider. Firstly, as pointed out by Luke Wroblewski, people (fact: your users could be people) think of their entire name as one entity of information.
It's been a great year for valuable and informative design articles, debate sparking ideas and useful tools. Here's a list of my favourite links for designers from the past year, as well as older resources that I think are still relevant.
Now that I've been on both sides of fence, applying for design jobs and selecting an applicant, I thought I should share some of the things I've learnt that can help you stand out amongst a sea of other graduates.