To put it simply, responsive web design is the approach to creating a website or a platform that is easy to use for everyone no matter what their device, screen size or user behavior is. Say, you’ve decided to pay someone to do my homework and are searching for a service that offers assistance with homework assignments. If you’re currently googling how to pay someone to do my homework on your phone, you obviously want a website to have a mobile version. This way, it will be easier for you to navigate it, as well as to get all the information you need. This is what responsive web design is all about – the idea is to make sure that visiting the website is comfortable for every user no matter what device or browser they are using.
Learn how to look for ideas.
Designers are looking for web programming help, ideas and inspiration, browsing projects on Dribbble or Behance, reading articles on motivational sites. It’s all good and useful – for overall development.
If you need an idea for a project, forget about the existence of all these resources. This advice may seem wild. But when you find out why, you say thank you.
Learn how to look for ideas so as not to waste time and energy.
This is quite fresh reading – it was first published in 2014, but I heard about it only a few weeks ago.
In principle, this will be of interest primarily to marketers and people associated with startups. But if you are interested in thinking about the logic of the product – I advise you to read! The book is very easy and fast to read.
In short, all popular products (I mean services and applications) are based on the habit of their user, which, although an intangible asset, but really monetized!
There is more and more literature on UI & UX design every day, but where to start? This question will be answered by experienced design experts.
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Quite a lot of books on interface design have been translated into Russian. In English, the choice is generally sky-high – dozens of more or less interesting publications are published annually. But I usually recommend three for seed:
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