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Font: LSTK Dayfly
The typeface LSTK Dayfly was created in a little more than a day at the OPEN OFFICE event at VIENNA DESIGN WEEK.The font LSTK Dayfly is available in Opent Type (.OTF) format which is platform independent and can be used on Mac & PC. Download.
Hal: A typeface inspired by A Space Odyssey
Hal is a free geometric typeface designed and released by Kyle Robertson and inspired by 2001 – A Space Odyssey, one of the most popular Kubrick movies. The font is free for personal use only, if you need a commercial license you should contact the author. Download.
100 Line and Solid Icons
A set of 100 free generic icons for Sketch and Illustrator designed by Murat Mutlu, co-founders at Marvel and a Product Designer by trade. Download.
Winter Sports Icons (SVG, PNG)
Right for the beginning of the season on the norther hemisphere, we hope that these will come in handy for any related projects that you are working on. Download.
20 Gesture Icon Sets for App Developers
Mobile devices are on the rise, and with the rapid increase of the mobile trend, developers have found themselves in front of a new challenge – explaining users the touch-enabled interactions and improving the user-friendliness of their designs. Download.
Sportify: A Small UI Kit for Fitness Apps
Sportify is a small UI kit for fitness apps made of 5 awesome Sketch screens. Download.
Ultra Minimal WordPress Theme for Freelancers & Agencies
This is a minimal and modernistic portfolio solution which focuses on your work and overall site aesthetics in a beautiful way. It’s simple, intuitive and responsive so looks great on any mobile device. Download.
How to prioritize usability issues
A typical usability test may return over 100 usability issues. How can you prioritize these issues so that the development team knows which are the most serious ones?
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The Future of Web Forms
Forms often feel cold, inhuman. As a result, our responses are often cold and inhuman too. We leave out details. Things we might have mentioned if asked the same question by a friend, but this is a computer. All it wants is data. It doesn’t care. It’s like talking to someone that isn’t listening to you. Why bother when your words are not heard?
Designing Card-Based User Interfaces
Web and mobile apps are moving away from pages towards completely personalized experiences. These new experiences are built on an aggregation of many individual pieces of content. The way this content is now being presented is in the form of cards.
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Visual Dividers in Mobile UI Design
You can use horizontal (or vertical) lines to create any necessary visual dividers between related sections of content. They help users understand how content is organized by establishing a rhythm and hierarchy on a page.
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Uber Redesigns its Mobile App
New Logo and Identity for The Verge done In-house
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