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  1. Things move quickly in the mobile app universe. To succeed in the field of mobile UX design, designers must have the foresight and prepare for new challenges around the corner.

    To simplify the task, I’ve listed the biggest, impactful trends for 2018 and, most likely, beyond.
    https://uxplanet.org/12-mobile-ux-design-trends-for-2018-5b4ce7e8445f/
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  2. There’s no denying that we reside in a mobile-first world. There’s also no denying that this trend will continue, which means competition will inevitably become tougher and tougher.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2017/12/22/zero-time-for-bad-ux-five-tips-for-mobile-app-ux-design/#21d00ff15548/
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  3. One of the best things about the internet is the vast amounts of knowledge available at your fingertips. You can be a complete novice in a subject, but thanks to e-learning sites and YouTube, you can gain a real understanding of practically anything. For instance, we’ve written about free photo courses and YouTube videos where you can learn to paint at your own pace. But this type of creative instruction doesn't stop there; we've found many great design tutorials that will teach you the fundamentals of visual communication.
    https://mymodernmet.com/free-graphic-design-tutorials/
    Tags: , , by tjeerdtraats (2017-12-29)
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  4. Trends are intended to disappear. They arrive along with exit gate. Being worried about the comparative fashion, it turns offensive to follow the chain of components that predicament a simplistic design. It is on the top since 2017, and web design company is prepared with the key changes and updates to roll out in the progressive year.
    https://www.whatech.com/web-design/blog/421958-5-unveiling-ux-design-trends-to-follow-this-christmas/
    Tags: , , by tjeerdtraats (2017-12-29)
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  5. Waste your time wisely — This phrase doesn’t fall far from the tree when it comes to being involved in the design community. Actually, it probably shouldn’t fall far in any discipline where you need to keep up.
    https://uxplanet.org/wasting-time-wisely-3f4f50aaba08/
    Tags: , , by tjeerdtraats (2017-12-29)
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  6. Perhaps no other technology was as disruptive as artificial intelligence in 2017. ‘Machine learning,’ ‘neural network,’ and ‘data bias’ became commonplace terms in the headlines of mainstream media outlets, signifying the machines had arrived. And with them comes an uncertain future.

    We reached out to several experts to tell us what to expect from AI in 2018.
    https://thenextweb.com/insider/2017/12/28/ai-2018-experts-predict-happens-next/
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  7. When Google launched the “Pixel” phones in October 2016, it marked a change of direction in its own narrative in a business it has been struggling to identify itself – smartphones. Despite being the company which owns the source code of the most widely used mobile operating system (Android) in the world, Alphabet’s share of the margin is incomparable to iOS for Apple. A major service provider whose revenues are driven by advertising, Alphabet’s venture into the product space has seen many misses than hits! In the last decade, Alphabet has systematically attempted to put its foot in the smartphone ecosystem, albeit with a lot of struggle.
    https://tech.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/corporate/search-engine-to-consumer-electronics-what-next-for-alphabet/62280132/
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  8. As UI designers, we are confronted with design problems every day. Knowing how best to tackle these issues means investigating, analysing, testing and prototyping solutions until we get the answer that fits our user’s needs.

    UI design is less about making something look attractive (although it helps) and more knowing how to create a valid path from idea to execution, backed with statistics and evidence, for the benefit of our users. Otherwise, you are shooting in the dark and crossing your fingers you hit the bullseye. Thankfully, instead of relying on blind faith, there exist usability heuristics to steadily guide UI designers and keep us on the right track.
    https://usabilitygeek.com/usability-heuristics-ui-designers-know/
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  9. One quiet evening, after the boy Ron fell asleep and the stars filled the sky, all of Ron’s toys opened their eyes and wondered at the room in disbelief. They could not recognize the room at all! The room was a huge mess: the toy chest was upturned and the entire floor was littered with toys!
    https://uxplanet.org/the-disappearing-table-a-ux-bedtime-story-170e08db919a/
    Tags: , , by tjeerdtraats (2017-12-28)
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  10. When it comes to UX design, there are a lot of passing trends that come and go. Everyone seems to think they have the inside scoop on what will be popular in the upcoming 12 months. However, some UX design strategies stand the test of time year after year.
    https://uxplanet.org/8-ux-design-strategies-that-will-stand-the-test-of-time-bad50481603a/
    Tags: , , by tjeerdtraats (2017-12-28)
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