Android O introduces a new app icon format: adaptive icons. Adaptive icons can make devices more coherent by unifying the shape of all app icons and opening the door to interesting visual effects. This post explains how they work and explores some techniques for designing them.
Good design principles can be learned and exercised by anyone. This guide will give you a basic knowledge of practical design tips you can apply today (and impress your design friends).
A series of examples and point out what they’re doing wrong but, honestly, that sounds kind of lazy.
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Creative problem solving is a cornerstone skill that separates good designers from the best designers. Everything else is production work.
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- Addressing the topic of UI Animation — it’s not what you think
- Realtime vs non-realtime interactions
- Four ways that motion supports usability
- Principles, Techniques, Properties and Values
- The 12 Principles of UX in Motion
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- Work with teams to define clear goals early on
- Take charge. Once those principles have been set, don’t overdo democracy.
- Stay in touch with moving targets
- Educate, educate, educate
- Stay involve
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You don’t need to be a font savant, or be a Creative Cloud wizard, or even have a degree in design in order to be a highly effective product designer.
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