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Dave Curtis

UX Designer & Digital Futurologist

Psychology for Photographers and other Creative Professionals » understand people, be a more successful creative entrepreneur. Photographic Psychology: Image and Psyche. Personalities: How to build and manage adaptive teams. A team is a living breathing being that is greater than the sum of its parts.

Personalities: How to build and manage adaptive teams

Made up of hand selected individuals, chosen for the contribution they make, each team is different and no single individual can or should determine the overall personality. Sometimes this is achieved through serendipity, where a team is built based on who is available at the time. Other times, a manager has the chance to build it from scratch.

Regardless of your situation, it helps to understand the personality types involved: The Teachers These are individuals who excel in growing the skillset of others and whose greatest talents lie in passing their knowledge on. Often they were craftsmen or journeymen themselves,however, should an individual be too purely academic, the lack of exposure to real world challenges and solutions can create its own risks. The Craftsmen These people invest in building a deep and practiced ability in a focused area. The Journeymen. The 100 Best Infographics [Interactive] - 2016 Edition. 30 Shots Mixed shots are a popular pastime for many people, and they are represented well in this infographic.

The 100 Best Infographics [Interactive] - 2016 Edition

Using gradients to represent each, the designer found a way to create an elegant landscape to represent the alcoholic concoctions. It's useful, too — such simple recipes mean the details below make the shots easy to recreate. 3D Agriculture This infographic is my favorite on this list in terms of sheer visual beauty. 42 North American Butterflies.

New HTML Website Templates by Wix. Setting Standards for Usability Testing. Many practical user experience projects rely on very loose processes, which are not explicitly defined.

Setting Standards for Usability Testing

That might be ok for an informal usability test, but we should have a more reliable approach for larger UX projects. Just imagine how people would react if the automotive industry created cars without having repeatable and robust standards within the industry as a whole! Our digital experiences deserve just as much attention. Standards and best practices have long been considered beneficial, as they stop us from designing based solely on personal opinion or experiences. To that end, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has created a set of common standards, called ISO 9241, which cover the Ergonomics of Human System Interaction. The International Organization for Standardization is composed of representatives from various national standards organizations. Observation room of the UX Lab of the HNU with an eye tracker on the left. #1 Selling Ultimate Bootstrap Admin Dashboard Template.

AdminLTE Preview - Almsaeed Studio. 43+ Unique Places to Find Remarkable Free Photos. Looking for FREE high quality stock photo sites like Unsplash?

43+ Unique Places to Find Remarkable Free Photos

Here’s a list of the best ones. You can use all of these photos for commercial purposes too. And no attribution is required. Enjoy! Too lazy to scroll? #1 Gratisography Gratisography by Bells Design is my personal favourite. . #2 Moveast Moveast is a journey of a Portuguese guy moving East, who decided that every photo should be used free. #3 Photo Collections Photo Collections is a free high resolution stock photography directory with more than 192 photos of unmatched quality. #4 Tookapic Tookapic is a website that helps you develop a habit of daily photo taking in a fun and addictive way.

. #5 Creative Vix Creative Vix offers a wide range of free stock images for personal and commercial use in five categories – city, people, landscape, flowers and animals. Open Source Building System. Top 12 Best Tools to Create your Own Well-Designed Infographics. If you want to start creating your own infographics, you might be wondering what the best tools available for this task are.

Top 12 Best Tools to Create your Own Well-Designed Infographics

As people are becoming more and more interested in visual resources, and tending to share this kind of content more often is understandable that you are looking for the top options here. And yet, infographics can take a lot of work, if you don’t know how to create them, or if you try to do it by using traditional tools, such as Microsoft Excel, Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw. So, without making you wait any other second, let’s tell you about the 12 best tools available to help you to create your own well-designed infographics. 1.

Canva (Free) Full of templates and easy to use, Canva is one of the most popular tools for infographics creation, as the home over 9 million users so far. 2. ITB World Travel Trends Report 2015 2016. ABTA Travel Trends 2016 210116.

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Telegraph 2015. UX 2015. Tools & Services 2015. Travel 2015. Typography 2015. Stock Photos. We Love SVG offers Open Source Icons for UI Design. A modern trend in web design places focus on custom typefaces hosted via open source platforms.

We Love SVG offers Open Source Icons for UI Design

Google Webfonts is undoubtedly the most popular choice with a growing library of fonts to choose from. A new free platform named We Love SVG offers this same functionality with SVG icons. You simply append the .js script into your document and copy/paste the specific icon code into your HTML. Everything is completely free and open source hosted on GitHub. It’s the best free way to incorporate icons into your design without relying on custom PNGs. You’ll find a wide array of iconsets to choose from including Icomoon, Zocial, Entypo, and even a colored set named Flat Color. The icons appear in your HTML as custom <webicon> elements.

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Wordpress 2014. Lastminute.com.