Welcome to the third step by step UI guide! Let’s practice some UI skills — I encourage you to take some time and follow my little tutorial. You will most likely end up having a nice UI example to share on your socials and portfolio :)
This time, we’re going to create a visually pleasing, simple weather app with 3d-like illustrations.You won’t need any fancy software to do this — I work entirely in Sketch, but you will be able to recreate this tutorial in Figma.
Please note, that this is not a “legit” process on how to create a product. We will focus on creating a clean, consistent UI, and we skip all the research/user experience/whatever you like to call it/steps. …
Trends come and go. Especially in the UI world, designers are easily getting hooked on the newest crazes, without putting them under thorough consideration.
As much as I don’t want to demonize trends, some of them, if used thoughtlessly, might be a real disaster to a product.
As beautifully as they look on a flattened composition of screens, creating an visually stunning mosaic — they won’t be functional or easy to use at all. …
Hey fellow designer,
Since you’re interested in this topic, I suppose you want to pursue a freelance designer path. As exciting as it sounds, it is also equally tricky. This is why I decided to share a few tips on how to make this easier at the beginning — I’m going to talk about clients, rates, making money from projects and passive income.
Before making any final decision, ask yourself these fundamental questions: