A low poly of Aristole by Siemos Yiannis
A low poly of Aristole by Siemos Yiannis
P.c — Siemos Yiannis

Aristotle was a Greek philosopher he has been called the “Father of Western Philosophy” more than 2000 years ago he outlined the formulas on how to master the art of persuasion — “Rhetoric.”

Rhetoric is the art of using language, such as public speaking, for persuasive writing and speech. Rhetoric often breaks down content and form by dispersing what is said and how it has portrayed. Oratory is the ability to convey a successful deliverable, and it is a means of performing rhetoric to inform, persuade, or motivate audiences. …


A illustartion of Work from home by Louie Mantia
A illustartion of Work from home by Louie Mantia
P.C -Louie Mantia

“Remote work is the future of work.” — Alexis Ohanian, Reddit

The novel coronavirus had made each one of us stick to our home and bring our offices under the same roof as where we live. Many of my pals, who were remote workers, told me you would be more flexible with your schedule, no more commuting to work — so more time to allocate towards personal projects. And the list of benefits goes on and on. The past one month, I had a chance to work remote and believe me or not I learnt so many things be it facing challenges, maintaining the work-life balance or be it delivering work. …


Innovation as a bulb a creative represntation
Innovation as a bulb a creative represntation

Innovation is something that we been heard continuously and wanted to understand what exactly it means to innovate and what it requires to come up with an innovative solution. And being a buzz word lets try to understand what is innovation, if you google innovation, you will probably end up getting results saying something like- which is unique, being creative, coming up with out of the box ideas, a solution that solves the problems of masses, etc. …


An illustration representing the design stuido progress
An illustration representing the design stuido progress
PC — Andrew McKay

Design Studio: When we pitched this term to engineering and business, many of folks across teams hardly had any clue of this method — where the agile perfectly fits with UX. And when we explained this to a broader audience, many were like it’s just like an ordinary brainstorming that we do regularly.

So to define it in simple terms that separate it from the regular design brainstorming is that this UX workshop combines divergent and convergent thinking at its very core. Where diverse and balanced skill sets people (such as design, product, and development) try to explore a different set of ideas to get a similar vision in a short amount of time the main reason for doing this is to discuss, critique, think of, occasionally argue on, and conclude with ideas together. …


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Last week was full of emotional train moments filled with joy, curiosity and passion. I got my RSVP Thursday Morning Indian time 30th April 2020 for the event MIT COVID19 Challenge- Africa Takes on COVID19 conducted by MIT with the team of MIT Sloan School of management. To give a brief about the hackathon, it is one of its kind in the world with 1500 participants from 100+ countries, 200 mentors and 70+ partners. All fighting for one common cause that is building a solution for Africa in the COVID-19 crisis staying at there respective homes and participating remotely.

The end goal of the event was to design and build local solutions to these now global problems by unlocking untapped potential into positive and meaningful efforts to rapidly create and implement solutions that genuinely address the pressing unmet needs and issues of today. …


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P.c- haleymarketing

Design trends 2020 are an ideal mixture of the visual side of graphic design and the high-tech side of evolving technology. I can’t hide that once I started researching, I’ve been impressed with the modern design.

Designers are getting incredibly creative while keeping the applications/services functional and clean of clutter. Still, they manage to create pieces that stand out.

So, I’d say the visuals for 2020 could be described in a single phrase: a self-fulfilling prophecy. From Blade Runners saga to vaporwave music genre, we have been predicting this neon, shiny and a bit dark future for the world. Now, as we are approaching the third decade of the 21 century, then 2020 is ready to be wide-ranging expertise in internet style. …


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Being in the industry for a while and working with agencies, startups and significant big firms, the one thing I noticed and personally faced is that people get lost in the process of brainstorming. So to explain brainstorming it is a method for generating ideas to solve a problem Brainstorming combines a relaxed, informal approach to problem-solving with lateral thinking.

It encourages people to come up with thoughts and ideas that can, at first, seem a bit off sometimes. Some of these ideas can be crafted into original, creative solutions to a problem, while others can spark even more ideas that can go beyond MVP (minimum viable product) or totally something in to a new product, so in terms of creatives if I speak it is a process wherein its collaboration between teams with different mindsets: business owners, development, and design to make a product or service that creates an impact, serves the purpose or motivation. …


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P.C -https://rangle.io

Accessibility is something that’s been in total trend in UX these days as everyone is striving towards an accessible design approach and even law in parts of the world. Because accessibility enables people with disabilities to perceive, understand, navigate, interact with, and contribute to the web. Now the rate at which technology is perceiving and growing no one wants to gets left behind because of there disability. …


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P.C — impactbnd

UX case studies form the core content of a UX professional’s portfolio.

I started this with that quote because it’s that important. UX hiring managers care about your design process and the ability to think critically and creatively. The way you do this is not with deliverables, but with a well-written case study. It’s both the story of your work and a little window into your brain.

In general, the less experience you have, the more an employer has to rely on your portfolio to assess you — and the more rigorous you should be in your case studies. Drafting a case study is so important cause it not just acts or reflects on your portfolio; still, it also helps you to document the whole process and how you overcame that problem serving as a reference to your future encounters. Writing in itself is also design. Good writers are hard to find. …


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P.C- Maddison designs

A central goal of designing interfaces is the expression of a coherent model. This is true, in the sense that software is built on a collection of abstractions that model the goals of the product. But it’s also figuratively true for designers, as our job is to turn those abstractions into a crisp mental model for the user.

A good mental model is object-oriented. The user perceives the foundational “proper nouns” or “atoms” of the application, e.g. concepts like photo or song or like. Consistency plays a few parts here.

Consistent representation of these objects means the user recognises them for what they are when encountered. …

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