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  • UI design for a card manager app. Opinions?
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    @yomitoon

    UI design for a card manager app. Opinions?

  •  29  2  8 hours ago
  • There are many things that create a good design. However,  there are some rules that need to be followed indubitably. Here are some of such rules.
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    @yomitoon

    There are many things that create a good design. However, there are some rules that need to be followed indubitably. Here are some of such rules.

  •  58  1  24 August, 2019
  • Well,  I'm late.  But still. The design is brand new.
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    @yomitoon

    Well, I'm late. But still. The design is brand new.

  •  48  4  19 August, 2019
  • 5๏ธโƒฃ Common Designer insecurities .
In the era of tech noise around us and overwhelming amount of information about โ€œWhat is a success?โ€ we all feel insecure sometimes. Here are just some basic insecurities you might have and my take on them. .
1๏ธโƒฃ I am not good enoughโ€ฆ
We all think like that because there is always someone better and there always will be. But have you asked yourself โ€œNot good enough for what or who?โ€. Step aside and stop comparing yourself with other people! .
Improve yourself every day. EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. 
So you could become the best version of you. .
2๏ธโƒฃ My portfolio is crapโ€ฆ
My portfolio was crap too. And right now I donโ€™t even have a website yet. .
Should it bother me โ€“ yes because I need to find time to make it BUT does it stop me from getting clients - absolutely NOT!
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You should showcase only the stuff that you are proud of. I mean design that solved a problem/satisfied clientโ€™s needs โ€“ design that worked.
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By the way, there always will be someone, who will consider your work crap and hate it. Thatโ€™s inevitable growth component, my friend.
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3๏ธโƒฃ I have too many revisions of my design
I offer all my clients unlimited revisions. Iโ€™m usually left with 2 or less. And I use a simple method for achieving this โ€“ Explanatory Document.
I always supply my clients with a document that refers to every single screen (or flow) and explains its functionality, why certain design decisions were made thus already answering a lot of questions client might come up with while reviewing my design. .
4๏ธโƒฃ I canโ€™t design without content
I had huge struggles with this as well, I was stressed but Iโ€™ve managed to find a solution.
Offer client some research phase to analyze their brand and business and come up with a content and structure yourself.
It might not be professionally written but you will give the client the idea and direction he or his content writer can further develop into a beautiful and client-converting copy.
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5๏ธโƒฃ I donโ€™t know XYZ software amount
...read more in carousel.

#designerlife #motivation #designtips #thedesigntalks #thedesigntips #freelancerlife #uidesignerlife #uidesigner
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    @ui.helen

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    5๏ธโƒฃ Common Designer insecurities .
    In the era of tech noise around us and overwhelming amount of information about โ€œWhat is a success?โ€ we all feel insecure sometimes. Here are just some basic insecurities you might have and my take on them. .
    1๏ธโƒฃ I am not good enoughโ€ฆ
    We all think like that because there is always someone better and there always will be. But have you asked yourself โ€œNot good enough for what or who?โ€. Step aside and stop comparing yourself with other people! .
    Improve yourself every day. EVERY. SINGLE. DAY.
    So you could become the best version of you. .
    2๏ธโƒฃ My portfolio is crapโ€ฆ
    My portfolio was crap too. And right now I donโ€™t even have a website yet. .
    Should it bother me โ€“ yes because I need to find time to make it BUT does it stop me from getting clients - absolutely NOT!
    .
    You should showcase only the stuff that you are proud of. I mean design that solved a problem/satisfied clientโ€™s needs โ€“ design that worked.
    .
    By the way, there always will be someone, who will consider your work crap and hate it. Thatโ€™s inevitable growth component, my friend.
    .
    3๏ธโƒฃ I have too many revisions of my design
    I offer all my clients unlimited revisions. Iโ€™m usually left with 2 or less. And I use a simple method for achieving this โ€“ Explanatory Document.
    I always supply my clients with a document that refers to every single screen (or flow) and explains its functionality, why certain design decisions were made thus already answering a lot of questions client might come up with while reviewing my design. .
    4๏ธโƒฃ I canโ€™t design without content
    I had huge struggles with this as well, I was stressed but Iโ€™ve managed to find a solution.
    Offer client some research phase to analyze their brand and business and come up with a content and structure yourself.
    It might not be professionally written but you will give the client the idea and direction he or his content writer can further develop into a beautiful and client-converting copy.
    .
    5๏ธโƒฃ I donโ€™t know XYZ software amount
    ...read more in carousel.

    #designerlife #motivation #designtips #thedesigntalks #thedesigntips #freelancerlife #uidesignerlife #uidesigner

  •  1,096  65  17 August, 2019
  • UI design for a calender application. Just a new and minimalist approach for a feature that's always boringly designed.
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    @yomitoon

    UI design for a calender application. Just a new and minimalist approach for a feature that's always boringly designed.

  •  33  1  13 August, 2019
  • UI design for a photographer profile app.... Long time since I've posted something on my profile.
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    @yomitoon

    UI design for a photographer profile app.... Long time since I've posted something on my profile.

  •  44  3  12 August, 2019

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  • You are interviewing them as well as they are interviewing you!

If the next time you go for your next interview, you keep this in mind you will be more relaxed.
Keep track of any question they might ask you, and you will be surprised how they are always the same.

Here below a few suggestions to smash your next interview! 
1๏ธโƒฃ One thing to impress people in the room is to refer back to your past, to when something happened to you in another job. 
This is a technique most interviewers use called STAR method, but in case they are not using it, you can make it into your own framework. 
STAR stands for: ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿป Situation - What was the situation you / your previous employer faced?
๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿป Task - What tasks were involved in that situation?
๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿป Action - What actions did you take?
๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿป Results - What were the results of those actions?

2๏ธโƒฃ Show your interviewer that you are a strategical thinker. Imagine your interviewer is talking about their product, a tool to financially educate users. 
You could ask them if they are similar to product x or y, so you understand which one is the market they are competing with. I usually add that I've been thinking about the specific problem these products are trying to solve, but not really relieving any pain point the users have. 
Is it clear what am I doing here? 
3๏ธโƒฃ Another suggestion is, be yourself. This is a hard one to understand but basically... If you are an idiot like me be an idiot, make jokes, be professional of course but try to show your personality. 
This is very important, some of the best roles I landed where thanks to my personality and not my skills! 
4๏ธโƒฃ Remove that thick layer of imposter syndrome you have on your face. If you are not going to do it, the next person that comes into that room will have that job. 
How strongly do you want that job? 
#uidesign #jobsearchadvice #uxdesigner #uxdesigners #leadershipskills #interviewday #uidesignerlife #jobsearchhelp #jobsearchtips #uxdesigning #uidesigner #interviewing #jobsearching #interviews #uidesigners #juniordesigners #uidesigninspiration #jobsearchingsucks #uxdesignmastery #interviewready #uxdesign #skillshare #jobsearch #artistinterview #interviewtime
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    @marc0demilia

    General Assembly

    You are interviewing them as well as they are interviewing you!

    If the next time you go for your next interview, you keep this in mind you will be more relaxed.
    Keep track of any question they might ask you, and you will be surprised how they are always the same.

    Here below a few suggestions to smash your next interview!
    1๏ธโƒฃ One thing to impress people in the room is to refer back to your past, to when something happened to you in another job.
    This is a technique most interviewers use called STAR method, but in case they are not using it, you can make it into your own framework.
    STAR stands for: ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿป Situation - What was the situation you / your previous employer faced?
    ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿป Task - What tasks were involved in that situation?
    ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿป Action - What actions did you take?
    ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿป Results - What were the results of those actions?

    2๏ธโƒฃ Show your interviewer that you are a strategical thinker. Imagine your interviewer is talking about their product, a tool to financially educate users.
    You could ask them if they are similar to product x or y, so you understand which one is the market they are competing with. I usually add that I've been thinking about the specific problem these products are trying to solve, but not really relieving any pain point the users have.
    Is it clear what am I doing here?
    3๏ธโƒฃ Another suggestion is, be yourself. This is a hard one to understand but basically... If you are an idiot like me be an idiot, make jokes, be professional of course but try to show your personality.
    This is very important, some of the best roles I landed where thanks to my personality and not my skills!
    4๏ธโƒฃ Remove that thick layer of imposter syndrome you have on your face. If you are not going to do it, the next person that comes into that room will have that job.
    How strongly do you want that job?
    #uidesign #jobsearchadvice #uxdesigner #uxdesigners #leadershipskills #interviewday #uidesignerlife #jobsearchhelp #jobsearchtips #uxdesigning #uidesigner #interviewing #jobsearching #interviews #uidesigners #juniordesigners #uidesigninspiration #jobsearchingsucks #uxdesignmastery #interviewready #uxdesign #skillshare #jobsearch #artistinterview #interviewtime

  •  139  14  14 May, 2019
  • ๐Ÿ’ญ And you, what is your prototyping process?
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How detailed you deliver your vision/concepts?
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๐Ÿ“ฒ Here is my entire process of a prototype made on Figma (design) / Principle (animation).
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๐Ÿ’กWorking with Principle help me to deliver precisely my vision of interaction and express my creativity in a visual way.
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โฑ The half-day that I spent on this work is summarised by this 2min timelapse.
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๐Ÿ™ I hope you like the process. Please share and comment ๐ŸคŸ
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by @jajadesign ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท
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    @jajadesign

    Cupertino, California

    ๐Ÿ’ญ And you, what is your prototyping process?
    .
    How detailed you deliver your vision/concepts?
    .
    ๐Ÿ“ฒ Here is my entire process of a prototype made on Figma (design) / Principle (animation).
    .
    ๐Ÿ’กWorking with Principle help me to deliver precisely my vision of interaction and express my creativity in a visual way.
    .
    โฑ The half-day that I spent on this work is summarised by this 2min timelapse.
    .
    ๐Ÿ™ I hope you like the process. Please share and comment ๐ŸคŸ
    .
    by @jajadesign ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท

  •  312  19  18 August, 2019
  • Meu Deus ๐Ÿ˜ฎ Que ano foi esse? Mesmo em tempos de crises eu posso dizer com bastante orgulho: Vencemos ๐Ÿฅ‡. Foi uma batalha bastante dura e mesmo assim nรฃo passamos um dia sem trabalhar. Foi uma correria bem gostosa e mto satisfatรณria. Esperamos que o prรณximo ano seja mtoooo melhor pra todos nรณs e vamos com tudo. Vamos continuar entregando as interfaces mais incrรญveis possรญveis. Uma รณtima virada de ano pra todos. 
Muito obrigado aos parceiros, clientes e o time @insanydesign .
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    @papaidesigner

    Meu Deus ๐Ÿ˜ฎ Que ano foi esse? Mesmo em tempos de crises eu posso dizer com bastante orgulho: Vencemos ๐Ÿฅ‡. Foi uma batalha bastante dura e mesmo assim nรฃo passamos um dia sem trabalhar. Foi uma correria bem gostosa e mto satisfatรณria. Esperamos que o prรณximo ano seja mtoooo melhor pra todos nรณs e vamos com tudo. Vamos continuar entregando as interfaces mais incrรญveis possรญveis. Uma รณtima virada de ano pra todos.
    Muito obrigado aos parceiros, clientes e o time @insanydesign .

  •  202  8  27 December, 2018