Being able to create rapid prototypes or wireframes of web and mobile apps is crucial for improving efficiency and essentially the end product. Creating wireframes or prototypes will allow you to discuss and amend various different versions of the the project in deeper details with clients, designers and developers without the need to invest hours of staff time creating endless pixel perfect mockups.
Today, let’s take a page out of David Allen’s Getting Things Done (GTD) system. An important element of the GTD system – one that is honestly not used enough by aspiring professionals today – is the collection process. This is one of the most important processes in any productivity system; in order to determine your […]
Managing your time and staying productive is a skill many designers and developers struggle with, sometimes it feels like there is not enough hours in the day to work on all the ideas that pop into your head throughout the day.
Planning your day and setting out work priorities is a skill that will increase your productivity and efficiency reducing your daily work hours. I noted down ten of my productivity tips to help you, I would be very interested to hear your productivity tips so leave a comment and I will add them to the list.
Being a freelance web designer means that you can wear many different hats on any given day. Although it’s a great freedom to be your own boss, at times it can become overwhelming, leading to that awful burnt out feeling. In order to keep your business on track and your mental sanity in check, there are a few skills required in order to become a successful freelance designer.
Nice UX post looking at forms and how the placement of labels can effect the speed the form is completed.
Great post looking at various tips and tricks of how to write better jQuery.
Great tips from Chris showing you how to lighten the load of your WordPress install.
Article looking into good practice with URI’s in web design.
Recently we were able to gain the Strawberry handle for our work Twitter account and here is how it was done…
Nice post and some interesting ideas to how you can extend Dropbox even further.