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As a designer, you’ve probably already heard of Sketch. Sketch is a design tool for Mac, created by and intended for UX, UI, mobile or web designers. Although the tool has a good amount of features, you can extend its functionality with Sketch plugins and speed up the design workflow. The Sketch plugins Plugins are… continue reading

We all know that keeping your users engaged is essential. It is literally the difference between them coming back to you or moving to your competitors. However, the devil is always in the details. Discovering what makes your users tick can feel like reading tea leaves. Historically, blog comments have been the way to go.… continue reading

According to the dictionary, the word “onboarding” originally comes from the phrase “to get someone on board” which means to get an approval or support from somebody. Further down the definition, it takes on a different meaning as part of the HR functional lexis. In the terminology, it implies training and adaptation of new employees.… continue reading

Affordance is a word that sneaks into a conversation every now and then when talking about designs. But what does it actually mean? Affordance has had many definitions in the past. Its current definition is exhibiting the possibility of some action where it is not a property of either the object or person using it.… continue reading

Designing interfaces and apps for kids is not just a matter of simplification or making the buttons bigger – it requires us to consider interaction models and user experience from the child’s perspective. Children are curious, inquisitive and love to explore. They will touch and interact with everything on screen, searching to… continue reading