Navigating from place to place is a daily activity for everyone. Humans tend to always look out for signs while guiding to reach the destination. It’s definitely a good problem to explore.
Consider reaching at an airport for the first time (or repeated visit). Every airport in the world is different from each other. They’re like tiny countries in a way that makes it a bit difficult to keep track. While directions to various terminal gates and other ground sections usually are marked, there’s a wide array of information to absorb while hustling through different people from different cultures and lands and carts while dragging your luggage. These elements mean a significant amount of information. …
Last month, I received an email from The Noun Project, letting me know that they had sent me $196.19 from the sale of my icons. Even though it seems like a small amount, roughly 10,000 or more people thought my icons were valuable enough to purchase or download them. I’m a huge fan of passive sources of income, along with the regular income from working for a company.
I’ve been a part of the Noun Project since 2013 and have designed more than 2,000 icons and made close to $10,000 with millions of downloads.
What is your view of using Hamburger menu in iOS?
The hamburger icon has become a classic in its own right and a staple of both web & app design and seems like its here to stay. Anyone who uses any type of digital platform are aware of this 3 black lines.
The icon was designed long ago by Norm Coz in 1980’s to look like a container to house contextual menu choices. It resurfaced somewhere around the beginning of 2012, where the trend started where we began to see it all over the place. …