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What Exactly Are UX Touchpoints?

The customer journey–how a user moves from “need” to “end goal”, and how users interact with your product–comprises many different steps, or touchpoints. Let’s take a closer look and see if we can glean a better understanding of them. What Are Touchpoints? Touchpoints are the various steps in the broader . . . Read more

Create a “Coming Soon” Page in 60 Seconds

Let’s check out how to make a “Coming Soon” page using the Timex HTML template from Themeforest. Start the Clock   Here’s what we’re working towards: Timex on Themeforest First, find a background image you like on a site like unsplash.com, edit it down to 1920×1080 in size, then while you’re at . . . Read more

A Guide to Blending Modes in Sketch

In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to work with the various blending modes available within Sketch. Watch the Screencast   Sketch is a vector-based design application, most often suited to UI and icon design, and less often associated with bitmap editing. However, it does have some features . . . Read more

Accessibility Basics: Designing for Visual Impairment

With 4.5% of the global population experiencing color blindness, 4% suffering from low vision, and another 0.6% being blind, visual difficulties with using the web are more prevalent than you might appreciate. This guide will look at how designing for people with visual impairments can improve the web for everyone.  Accessibility for . . . Read more

The A to Z of Affinity Designer

Affinity Designer is a powerful program that allows you to create and combine both raster and vector graphics. Apart from countless drawing opportunities, this program is stuffed with numerous tools, panels and functions that allow you to create any kind of art you can think of. This A to Z . . . Read more

Quick Tip: How to Create Perspective Mockups in Sketch

Manipulating graphics into three dimensions (adding perspective with a vanishing point, or along an isometric plane) can be really useful for mockups. In this quick tip we’ll use a plugin called “Magic Mirror” to help us create perspectives in Sketch. Watch the Screencast   Let’s say you’re working on an iOS . . . Read more