Transitioning from Graphic Design to UX Design: The Perks and How to Do It

13Dec

User experience (UX) design is still considered a relatively young discipline. While people transition into the industry from a range of different backgrounds, it’s probably a more obvious switch for visual designers. A common misconception is that UX designers need to have amazing visual design skills – they don’t necessarily. The eternal debate of whether

How to Collect an Effective Design Brief

27Sep

You’ve finally done it: secured your first graphic design job! Now all that’s left to do is wait for the brief. This can be a struggle in and of itself, especially if it doesn’t give you all the information you need. Luckily, both graphic designers and their clients can easily avoid ineffective, incomplete briefs. Below

What is Negative Space in Web Design?

07Nov

Many designers make the mistake of creating overly busy and complex web designs, filling every corner with colour and content. But does adding loads of content equate to a ‘good design’ for the user? Well, current trends in web design demonstrate that negative space is not simply an excuse for a lacking imagination, instead, it’s actually

Responsive Web Design: What’s all the fuss about?

30Aug

What is responsive web design? Well, Smashmag describes it as an approach to design that ‘should respond to a users behavior and environment based on screen size, platform, and orientation’. The number of people accessing the web through multiple devices is soaring day by day. So having a site which is compatible for all devices is

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