Cross-platform guidelines

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Things you should (and must) know before you design and develop cross-platform applications! And even if you are developing your app only for one platform, it is always essential to know the official design principles 

Material Design Lite for websites.

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It’s been a while since we talked about Material design and project Polymer, and now The search giant unveils Material Design lite for websites in order to help them look more like Android apps. Google made the announcement on Medium.

Your sixth sense

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Modular smartphone is not a fantasy anymore, I assume that most of you are familiar with Google’s Project ARA. So if a modular phone is not enough, there is a new modular smartphone case on Kickstarter called Nexpaq, However things … Read More

Microsoft’s continuum UX

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Frankly speaking, I can’t believe that I’m writing about Microsoft’s keynote, but I guess that they really impressed me this time! Forget about Microsoft Edge, forget about Visual studio for OS X & Linux! Let’s talk about the real cool … Read More

Pure Android vs. Fully Featured

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As a UX designer, personally I prefer the lightweight experience on my Nexus device with Google’s stock android (AOSP)… The reason is simple: after a years with Samsung’s devices with their TouchWiz interface, I always suffered from some lags and … Read More

New innovations for Better UX

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I just love to see creative thinking, especially when it comes to connecting the dots between different technologies to create new innovations! We are living in a wonderful time for anyone who wants to create something. And I don’t mean … Read More

VR Vs. AR

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Virtual reality Vs. Augmented reality? why not both? Oculus rift is certainly a magnificent piece of technology! they made Virtual Reality available After years of failure attempts, but I still think that this vision belongs to 80’s (sorry), while AR … Read More

Mobile experience, what’s next?

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Nothing has really changed in mobile devices experience since the first iPhone, as Sergey Brin said on his TED talk when he introduced google glass “You are just rubbing this featureless piece of glass. There isn’t anything to feel” and … Read More

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