Framer released an unexpected update yesterday, and it was the highlight of my day. True story.
First things first, rest in peace app switching, for real. This I believe was the the core of the update, Design & Code (prototype) in one interface. Already familiar with the code interface, I had to check out the new design interface first, afterall I’m a designer.
Coming from using Sketch, my expectations were high, very high. The interface layout was not a surprise; content manager on the left, design preview (artboards) in the middle and property manager on the right. …
A kind of letter to anybody hiring anybody for freelance work
If you’ve heard of the expression “Client from Hell 🔥” then you can imagine what this post is about. Based on my experience as a freelance designer, here is a list of things to do/not do if you want anyone you’re hiring for work to think of you as “heaven sent” and in return put in their best to help you get things done.
Practice makes perfect. But how do you perfect, when no one will pay you to practice? This post is written with newbie self-taught designers in mind.
The term UI/UX Designer is a generalization you should not take so lightly. The first part, UI (User Interface) deals with how your product looks while UX (User Experience) deals with how your product works. Despite these been snuggled into one word, they require 2 very different skill sets.
Thinking about it, every website or app on the internet is made up of a bunch of components (buttons, sliders, tabs, accordions, tables, headers, footers…
If you know anything about Nigeria, you should know that solutions never work off the rack here. We always have to tweak things and make provisions for what we should have but don’t.
In this article I’m going to try and give pointers on how to successfully work remotely in Nigeria without getting fired for not delivering enough.
This is the most important bit so I’ll start with it. Internet service is still below par around here. If you worked from the office, you could blame an unproductive day on bad internet access. After all, everyone had bad internet too…
Typography is one of the most important part of your interface design, the font combination you use helps set the tone of your design.
It’s common to compress the idea of typography into the use of a particular Serif or Sans-Serif font but more often than not, there are other things to consider when choosing the right fonts for your project.
It’s almost impossible to design an interface on a single font-weight, say Roboto-Regular. Using just one weight through your design will affect how you define hierarchy. This means you have to rely on font-size and color to differentiate between…
I discovered design a few years ago and was instantly hooked on Photoshop I spent a lot of time fiddling with layer styles and filters. After sometime I started designing user interfaces, it took a while for me to define an effective workflow but it was a lot of fun.
There weren’t that many tools to try out then but over the past two years, the tool options for an interface designer has multiplied and it can get quite overwhelming when choosing if you’re sometimes worried about cost. …
Designer. Aspiring Unicorn. I believe everything should be designed.