What drives our users mad and in which areas can we boost up their pleasure? This is where the Customer Journey Mapping comes pretty handy.
Have you ever subscribed to a free trial version of an online application lured by the possibility of canceling anytime but only after giving your credit card number? Tried to unsubscribe from SMS or newsletter ads, but couldn’t find the friggin button? Welcome to the world of dark UX patterns.
The world of prototyping tools has never been so fertile – with a new tool coming out every month. Here is a brief introduction to FramerJS.
It’s going to be a story about tackling problems on the way to run unit tests using react-native. It’s one of these stories when we don’t even know what is the question, so it’s difficult to ask Google. It’s a story of how to test react-native components with Jest.
React.js is a fast beast, but do you really know why? Let’s watch the video to see how React.js internals really work on the lower level.
Browser prototyping is a concept of creating prototypes within the users’ native environment. With this blogpost I would like to show how to run and setup an initial environment for browser prototyping.
Yes, there are some reasons to use the Java framework Vaadin. But there are many more disadvantages in my opinion.
WordPress is the most popular CMS in the world. But it is not always the best solution in my experience.
Pixate is a powerful tool for prototyping. Here are my tips for getting started. Layer assets The basic building block in Pixate is the “layer”. To each layer you can attach animations or trigger interactions based on non trivial conditions. However, to start using Pixate, you need user interface elements.