Tag: project

UX Design Goes Agile: Effective Project Management for UX Design Team

Design and development are two sides of one coin. Successful software development project requires an equilibrium between these vital elements. Agile has proved to be way ahead of traditional waterfall strategy and developers seem to agree with that. However, designers...

Technology Moving Too Fast? Here are 7 Ways of to Keep Up

The rate of change over the past few years has been rapid; the decline of the PC and the “post-PC” era is now looming closer with PC shipments hitting a 5-year low and analysts predicting 50% of PC shipments shall...

Tips for Finding a Professional Copywriter

Good copy, be it in a landing page, social media update or email newsletter, plays a major role in the success of any business. This is why finding a good copywriter is very important. You should not just settle for...

8 Great Redesigns of Popular Websites & Apps

Nothing or nobody is perfect. The same goes for websites. Every single website on the web could always use some sort of improvements. Today we will showcase great redesigns of popular websites and apps by great designers from Dribbble, Forrst, deviantArt,...

Cut Food Photography by Beth Galton

Food Photographer Beth Galton and food stylist Charlotte Omnes created a wonderful series entitled 'Cut Food.' The project was inspired by an assignment from their client. They had to cut a burrito in half to show all of its contents. After completing...

Facial Paralysis Portraits by Sage Sohier

Facial paralysis occurs when a person is no longer able to move some or all of the muscles on one side of the face. Apart from a stroke, facial paralysis is almost always caused by: Damage or swelling of the facial nerve,...

What will Everyday Items Look Like in 100 years?

Have you ever wondered what everyday items might look like in 100 years? Maico Akiba, a Japaneese  illustrator/sculptor, decided to answer that question with his new project titled "100 Years Later." Like the name suggests, Maico fabricated rust paint and moss onto every day objects...

Windows of New York City by Jose Guizar

Jose Guizar is a Mexican graphic designer living in New York City. He strives to create clever and playful messages that allow his viewers to communicate. Like every designer, Jose has restless eyes that never stop observing the intricate shapes of reality. His "Windows...