About a year ago, we've featured the folks from Tubik Studio. Based in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine; I really enjoyed following the team's Dribbble account for the sharpness of their UI/UX work. Worth checking them out! All Rights to Tubik Studio
Colours User Interface Design
Product design has taken a whole different level with mobile phones and their apps. The idea of building a product has moved from the whole idea of line of production and big factories to just people with great ideas and effective execution. The importance of design has become one of the biggest differentiators in terms of products and that has foster a new generation of designers producing really good work.
Designing for the web has changed quite a lot since the mobile revolution and the introduction of tablets. We designers had to start thinking not only about screen resolutions, but also sizes, aspect ratios and how everything would work in synchrony. It's a challenge because you have to design something that works really well on a landscape aspect ration but also when checked on phones and tablets, the portrait version should also work equally well. There are great examples of sites that achieve that, the Make website created by Philippe Corthout and Make Antwerp is a good example.
Really enjoyed surfing on Dribbble and just to explore. Many great platforms share their process and it's always amazing and insightful to see their process on how they are evolving to make a better "product" and solving their client's problems. Today we featuring the Invision App. About Invision App InVision gives teams the freedom to design, review, and user test products—all without a single line of code. With intuitive tools for prototyping, task management, and version control, it's your entire design process, all in one place.