Absolutely. There are quite the many designers who are also artists in their free time. Many of them pursue drawing, painting, or any other form of art in their free hours apart from working as a UX Designer. Work sure can take a toll sometimes so having a creative hobby is the perfect way to […]
When should one look for a UX mentor?
Absolutely at any time you decide you want to jump into a career in UX Design. It makes sense to get someone in the beginning if you are absolutely clueless on how to start out so you will understand what needs to be done to become a UX Designer. A mentor will be able to […]
How important is visual design in a UX portfolio?
A UX design portfolio needs to have the perfect balance of your design and thought process and visual design that is if you are applying for a UX/UI designer position. Recruiters these days look for more of your thought process; how you strategize and solve the problem and maybe later think about looking at your […]
Can 30-year-olds make the shift to a UX Design career?
Yes, you totally can. Age shouldn’t define what you should be doing or if you want to shift careers. All it requires is a whole lot of learning and hard work. One may feel a little old getting into a field now dominated by young students and veterans, but don’t worry about it. Getting into […]
How can I improve myself UI/UX continuously?
Constant practice is the key. These are a few tips you can keep in mind to keep yourself ahead in the UI/UX game. If you have a day job, make sure you keep learning something new at your job everyday. It could be something related to a client job, take up an online course or […]
Is it helpful to get a UX certificate or go to a UX conference to work in UX later but has no experience yet?
A UX Certificate will work way better than just going to a UX conference. A certificate at least proves that you have worked on a particular course (online or offline); that you may possess the skills for the job in the future. Conferences aren’t places for someone who doesn’t have any experience in the field. […]
Which is better to learn Sketch or Photoshop?
Both tools have their own pros and cons. And knowing both of them will be pretty great. Sketch has almost become an industry standard for UI Designers because of it’s ease of use, quick designing, large number of assets and plugins and many more. Photoshop does rule the market too, but Sketch has snapped a […]
What is the fastest way to learn visual design?
Come on, the fastest way to learn? Let’s rephrase the sentence; what’s the better way to learn visual design? And here goes the answer. We assume that visual design is easy. That’s the main problem. “Oh, all you need to do is add these buttons and colors and fonts and you’re done.” “Oh, Photoshop (And […]
What is the industry standard tool/software for UI/UX design?
There is absolutely no industry standard tool or software for UX Design. Designers use a variety of tools to design. Every design/client brief starts with a good old pen and paper sketching and brainstorming. So there is your first tool. After that, it all depends from designer to designer. Some of them use Moqups, Axure, […]
What are the best prototyping tools used by Designers
There are plenty of prototyping tools available in the market at the moment and there are plenty more coming up in the near future. Some of the most commonly used and considered the best prototyping tools are InVision Marvel Axure Figma Origami Studio Proto.io UXPin Webflow Principle Framer and many many more. It’s all about […]