• How to Upload a Video in Youtube
    Web & App Design

    How to Upload a Video in Youtube

    Are you ready to share your creativity with the world? One of the best ways to do that is by uploading your videos to YouTube. Whether you're a filmmaker, educator, or just someone with a story to tell, YouTube offers a platform to reach a global audience and connect with people who share your interests.

  • Design with Python: A Fusion of Art and Technology
    Web & App Design Teacher

    Design with Python: A Fusion of Art and Technology

    Art and technology have always gone hand in hand, from the earliest people making paints and researching pigments, to pioneers like Vera Molnár, who recently left us and who in the 1960s decided to use computers to produce her drawings. As an artist and educator, I deal with this intersection daily, in my case, by using Python, a powerful yet accessible programming language.

  • Unleashing the Power of Storytelling in UX Design: Connecting Ideas and People
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    Unleashing the Power of Storytelling in UX Design: Connecting Ideas and People

    Storytelling has the incredible ability to captivate and engage users, immersing them in a meaningful experience. A great story transcends boundaries, creating emotional connections and fostering empathy. So, what makes a great story? I am Chiara Aliotta, instructor of “The Narrative Web: storytelling applied to UX/UI design” and I am passionate about the intersection of storytelling and UX design. In today's article, we will explore how stories serve as a medium to articulate ideas, connect people, and enhance user experiences.

  • What is Web Design? A full guide
    Web & App Design

    What is Web Design? A full guide

    Web design refers to the process of creating and designing various aspects of a website such as layout, colors, graphics, navigation, and user experience. In this article, we will explore its key components, best practices, and the different tools used by web designers. Unveil the art of web design: learn about its key components, best practices, and the tools that bring websites to life.

  • Is UX and Design Thinking the same thing?

    Is UX and Design Thinking the same thing?

    Although many of us know that both terms have aspects that make them significantly different, the reality is that they share some similarities and that can lead to confusion as to whether they are the same or not.

  • Streamline Your Design Workflow with AI Mock-Ups: A Tutorial with Katya Kovalenko
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    Streamline Your Design Workflow with AI Mock-Ups: A Tutorial with Katya Kovalenko

    Are you tired of spending countless hours creating mock-ups for your design projects? Mock-up creation, especially for digital products, can be a time-consuming task. But fear not, we have a solution that will not only save you time but also elevate the quality of your mock-ups. In this tutorial, we'll explore how to use Shots.so, a free and incredibly user-friendly tool, to create stunning and highly customizable mock-ups in just a few clicks. I'm Katya Kovalenko, a presentation designer and educator. I've had the privilege of working with startups and companies, helping them secure investments, boost sales, and leave a lasting impression through impactful presentations. My goal is to empower you with the tools and knowledge needed to harness the transformative potential of AI tools and unleash your creativity. Let's get to it!

  • 5 Online Courses to Become a UX Designer

    5 Online Courses to Become a UX Designer

    Learn basic UX Design principles and concepts to start your projects like an expert After the technology boom and the widespread of digital devices everywhere, UX Design has become an essential discipline for all types of industries. If you want to impress your clients developing new apps and websites, these experts will teach you their secrets to become an expert UX designer:

  • This Game Will Help You to Improve Your UI Skills
    Design Teacher

    This Game Will Help You to Improve Your UI Skills

    Designing an excellent interface is an achievable goal, you just have to train your eye to observe detail Aside from their technique and expert knowledge, a great UI designer stands out for their attention to detail. A bad kerning, a misaligned object, or an inadequate icon has no chance of slipping by them. Training your eye to appreciate the details and differences between a perfect design and a flawed one takes years of experience and observation. Fortunately, there are many fun ways to improve, such as playing Can’t Unsee–a web game for improving your UI skills. A reinvented classic The user is presented with two images, seemingly identical, and has to identify the differences and select the better design based on its appearance. The game’s name, “Can’t Unsee,” couldn’t be more fitting. Once you’ve discovered the error, your eyes will be drawn to it.

  • 5 Essential Courses for Learning Programming from Scratch
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    5 Essential Courses for Learning Programming from Scratch

    Dive into the world of programming and discover these courses taught by top professionals Today, having an online presence is essential for almost any profession. For this reason, those working in programming have endless clients knocking at their doors, looking to make their digital dreams a reality. These courses serve to help you learn to code without any previous knowledge. WordPress Theme Development, a course by Ignacio Cruz Moreno WordPress is a platform offering numerous templates that can be adapted to any and every one of the user’s needs. However, sometimes things don’t always turn out exactly as you might have hoped. To ensure that you don’t encounter any design or functionality problems, Ignacio Cruz will teach you to develop your own WordPress theme to use -for your own projects or share it with other users.

  • Believe It or Not, UX Design Is a 6000-Year-Old Skill

    Believe It or Not, UX Design Is a 6000-Year-Old Skill

    What do Walt Disney, Leonardo Da Vinci, or Apple have in common? UX is behind some of their best creations UX, short for user experience, is one of the hottest fields in digital design. The exact definition of what it is will vary widely depending on who you ask, but a good way to sum it up is that UX is the process of designing a product or service that resonates with the user and their needs. Designer Ethan Parry (@ethanparry) has worked with major brands such as Meliá Hotels International, SEAT, and Dunia in this field. He has also led workshops for businesses such as KPMG, Accenture, El Corte Inglés, and Hola Magazine, so it is safe to say he is a real UX expert.

  • 5 Fantastic Books for Those Starting Out in UX

    5 Fantastic Books for Those Starting Out in UX

    Be inspired by these books, recommended by Ethan Parry, that are ideal for those who want to create digital experiences For UK designer and investigator Ethan Parry (@ethanparry), inspiration is everywhere, and books are the best way to keep your mind active and ready to learn from the experiences of those who have faced the same problems as you, before you. This list of books is perfect for those starting out in UX design, with several also covering other fields of creativity: it compiles a great range of different ideas to reflect on. 'Don't Make Me Think, Revisited’, by Steve Krug The premise of this book, as its title indicates, is to make us see good design as that which enables the user to obtain the expected results while encountering as few obstacles as possible. A user experience that doesn’t make the user think is an ideal user experience, according to Steve Krug. Krug cites Amazon as a usability reference model throughout the book.

  • Dos and Don'ts of UX Design
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    Dos and Don'ts of UX Design

    Learn from Ethan Parry what UX is and how to successfully use it to improve your product or service If you do an online search, you’ll probably find a few different definitions of UX, but at its core its mission is simple: designing a product or service that resonates with the user and their needs. While a successful UX design might look simple because it’s so intuitive, there’s a large amount of research, prototyping, and preparation that goes on behind the scenes. In this video, UX designer Ethan Parry (@ethanparry) shares three dos for how to create a powerful UX design, and 3 don’ts which represent common mistakes.

  • Why You Should Use Dreamweaver

    Why You Should Use Dreamweaver

    This Adobe application simplifies the design process of a website. Learn why programmers and designers love it If you are interested in web design, you have most likely heard of Dreamweaver, a program created in 1997 by Macromedia but now part of Adobe's Creative Suite. It is one of the most famous website editors on the market and an essential tool for creating a modern and functional looking website. Web Designer and Domestika teacher Arturo Servín (@monkylab) knows it inside out, and here he will explain why it is the tool you should consider if you are thinking about building a website, even if you have no prior coding skills. First things first, Dreamweaver is not the only Adobe web design tool. The company also offers Adobe Muse, a somewhat more limited program in functions but very easy to use. Adobe, however, has stopped supporting Muse. The application can still be used, but it will not be updated. Over time, it will not be able to keep up with changes in the specifications of the different languages ​​that exist to create web pages, so web designers need to familiarize themselves with Dreamweaver as an alternative. For some designers, opening Dreamweaver for the first time can be overwhelming. The tools and interface can be very different from the design programs we are used to. But using it is easier than it seems and dramatically simplifies the task of programming the code of a website.

  • How to Use Guides and Grids in Adobe XD
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    How to Use Guides and Grids in Adobe XD

    Ethan Parry explains how to use guides and grids to create successful prototypes when designing UX interfaces using Adobe XD As UX grows to play an even larger role in the way designers, developers, and businesses serve the needs of their users, the ability to easily iterate and test new solutions has become invaluable. As a leading design software for UX interfaces, Adobe XD makes it easy and fast to prototype and test different UX designs. Beyond mastering its basic functions, understanding how to use the software’s guides and grids is crucial to creating prototypes that are effective, aesthetically pleasing, and consistent across the entire user experience. Ethan Parry (@ethanparry), a service designer and UX research consultant, regularly uses Adobe XD in his own work. Here he explains the different functions of guides and grids, and how to use them to get the most out of your work.

  • Creative Tools: HTML

    Creative Tools: HTML

    This is how the language websites are built with came to be All the websites you have visited share a similar basic structure. Regardless of their complexity, they are built with programming languages ​​that make a site have large or small fonts, bright colors, drop-down menus, or videos. This is how the first, and still the most-used, website building language, HTML, came to be.

  • The UX Trends to Look Out for in 2020

    The UX Trends to Look Out for in 2020

    UX expert Strike Heredia predicts what to expect from user experience design in 2020 UX design refers to user experience design—an essential part of building a successful website, app, or digital software. It takes into account patterns of design and usability, the rules of interaction design, visual hierarchy, layout, and text. Carlos "Strike" Heredia is a graphic designer and UX expert with years of experience working in design, creativity and strategy for different brands. Here, Heredia walks us through what to expect from UX design in 2020. Heredia says, “At this time of year, like clockwork, people begin to predict trends for the coming year across different sectors and industries. It’s the same in UX design (despite the fact we always say to never “presume” anything, and it therefore seems rather ironic to be making predictions). What we can do is review what trends have marked 2019 and look set to peak in 2020.” 1. Chatbots and virtual assistants A rule of thumb is to always put the user first: make processes easier and resolve any problems that could arise. This approach has resulted in chatbots and virtual assistants becoming a key feature in human-machine interaction. From resolving straightforward FAQs to more complex artificial intelligence, chatbots and virtual assistants create a more comfortable experience for the user and this is why they will continue to evolve in 2020.