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User Interface Design Libraries for Keynote, PowerPoint and OpenOffice

User Interface Design Libraries for Keynote, PowerPoint and OpenOffice
Save 10 hours on your next app design project, GUARANTEED! When you buy a bundle, you get all 9 templates for 50% off the total price, and you receive all future updates for free. Each template includes both Keynote and PowerPoint files. 100% Money Back Guarantee Try Keynotopia ABSOLUTELY RISK FREE. Free Lifetime Updates Keynotopia is updated regularly. Fast And Secure Checkout Frequently Asked Questions Can I edit/customize the components? Absolutely! I am using Adobe CS tools (Fireworks, Illustrator, Photoshop). Yes. I’ve purchased the prototypes. Which program should I use to test the prototypes on the iPad and iPhone? Use Keynotopia iPhone and iPad apps. I would like to use it on the iPad. Yes. I am done with my prototype. You can. I am using a Windows machine. Yes you can, using the Powerpoint bundle. Related:  UX DesignTrabalho

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The product design sprint: prototype (day 4) At the Google Ventures Design Studio, we have a five-day process for taking a product or feature from design through prototyping and testing. We call it a product design sprint. This is the sixth in a series of seven posts on running your own design sprint. On day 2 you drew concept sketches. On day 3, you made a plan and a storyboard for your prototype. This part of the sprint is super exciting for me as a designer. But wait a second… what should this prototype look like? What your prototype should look like Quite simply, a prototype is anything a person can look at and respond to. Make it minimally real You’ll probably be amazed at how much real feedback a user can give you on a slide deck of mockups that aren’t even pixel-perfect. They can tell you what they understand about your product — and what they don’t. You’ll also learn things that metrics alone can’t tell you, in particular why users do the things they do, rather than just what they do. Why? (“Wait,” you say, “I use a PC.”

Animated 3D Bar Chart with CSS3 A tutorial on how to create an animated 3d bar chart using CSS only. View demo Download source It all began with a small experiment that was inspired by a tutorial from Nettuts+ which shows a way how to embed a 3D bar chart into HTML pages using CSS, images and JavaScript. You can check out what I have done before here. Please note: the result of this tutorial will only work as intended in browsers that support the respective CSS properties. Let’s write down some key requirements. background-independentadaptive (independent of the number of bars)scalable (just like vector graphics)easily customizable (colors, sizes and proportions) The planning phase is the most important part of any project. Before actually coding, I usually write down all potential challenges with solutions I can think of in a specific project and repeat this process until I get something that looks like a strategy that can be executed. Challenge #1 – A bar with movable inner block What we know: What we’ll need: Great!

Digitonik So you wanna be a user experience designer — Step 1: Resources Want to pursue a career in UX, but don’t know where to start? When you Learn the Ropes with Whitney Hess, you get in-depth training on principles, process, methods and techniques you need to excel in User Experience. Learn more > Pretty much every single day I get a tweet, email, or in person request for information on how to get started in the field of user experience. So you wanna be a user experience designer? The best way to learn a new language is to go to a country where it’s spoken and immerse yourself in the confusion. If you’re interested in getting to know more about user experience, I recommend doing the same. There are many steps to the process, but I am starting with Resources because I believe you need a great arsenal before kicking off any journey. Guiding PrinciplesProcessToolsTransitioning from other careersPractice Landscape …as well as any other topics that come up along the way. UX Books UX Primer Design Thinking Strategy Process Principles Activities Documentation Extra Credit

10 Free Premium Quality Freebies for Designers All designers are constantly on the look-out for high quality design elements to add to their libraries, and even better if they can find them at no charge! Particularly for designers starting out in the industry, possibly keeping their prices down to acquire work, free, premium quality resources are a necessity. So today we are bringing you a selection of 10 high quality free resources that should be a welcome addition to any designer's library. Free Premium Quality Freebies for Designers 12 Flat SEO Icons A set of 12 flat SEO icons designed to add a light-hearted and playful tone to your site. 200 Icons from Inventicons This psd file includes 200 free icons that you can use for personal and commercial projects. Media Black UI Kit This layered psd file includes elements suitable for any sort of media, such as video and audio players, as well as typical navigational items, and it is free for both personal and commercial use. Funkies Patterns A collection of 10 patterns with a retro feel.

The product design sprint: a five-day recipe for startups At Google Ventures, we do product design work with startups all the time. Since we want to move fast and they want to move fast, we’ve optimized a process that gets us predictably good results in five days or less. We call it a product design sprint, and it’s great for getting unstuck or accelerating projects that are already in motion. I’ve planned and run over 100 of these sprints, first with teams at Google and now with startups in the Google Ventures portfolio. To give you an idea of what one looks like, here’s a project we did with CustomMade: Over the next several posts, I’ll be sharing a DIY guide for running your own design sprint. Before the sprint: Prepare Get the people and things you need. Day 1: Understand Dig into the design problem through research, competitive review, and strategy exercises. Day 2: Diverge Rapidly develop as many solutions as possible. Day 3: Decide Choose the best ideas and hammer out a user story. What doesn’t work about brainstorming The magic of constraints

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15 Free Ebooks about User Experience and Interface Design » paul olyslager I have collected 15 free ebooks about UX and interface design, including some best selling books which are definitely worth reading. Not only are these free ebooks pretty good reads but perhaps I could save a small rainforest as well. Please let me know if you have read other great free ebooks lately. Search User Interfaces by Marti A. If you want to design innovative search user interfaces, you need this book close at hand at all times. Web Style Guide by Patrick J. A style guide for the interface with real long-run value, showing us deep principles of design rather than simply fashion and technology. Designing Interfaces – Patterns for Effective Interaction Design by Jenifer Tidwell (2006) Anyone who’s serious about designing interfaces should have this book on their shelf for reference. Designing Mobile Interfaces by Steven Hoober and Eric Berkman (2011)