September 20, 2016

RSCSS – Verständliches CSS

In meinem Artikel, möchte ich kurz über RSCSS informieren und wie es hilft, Stylesheets (CSS) sinnvoll und verständlich zu strukturieren.

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September 20, 2016

Rapid prototyping mit Sketch und Marvel

Mit Sketch von Bohemian Coding lassen sich neben UI oder Web Designs auch wunderbar Prototypen für mobile Apps erstellen. Um seinen Designs Leben einzuhauchen, ist Marvel genau der richtige Ansprechpartner. Die einfache Handhabung der Tools und des übersichtlich gestalteten Nutzerbereichs, verringern den Zeitaufwand enorm.

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September 20, 2016

Predictable Breadcrumbs

Everybody knows, that breadcrumbs are important in case of UX/UI design. So I spent some time in thinking (and writing this VERY SHORT article) - What could be the future of the good old breadcrumbs?

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September 20, 2016

How to – Draw a seaside scene in Sketch App.

In the last days i read and worked off a fantastic tutorial called “Create a lighthouse in Adobe illustrator”. I was surprised, how easy it is to draw a powerful scene like in this tutorial. But i also thought "Wouldn’t i be faster trying this tutorial with slightly modifications in sketch app?!"

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September 20, 2016

How to – Diagramme in Sketch, easy!

Mit Sketch ist es sehr einfach in kurzer Zeit Diagramme zu erstellen. Wie das geht, möchte ich in meinem kleinen How To zeigen. Beginnen wir also mit einem Kreisdiagramm.

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September 20, 2016

CSS strukturieren mit ITCSS

ITCSS ist meiner Meinung nach der beste Ansatz um viel CSS Code vernünftig zu strukturieren und dabei nicht ständig die Spezifität im Auge zu behalten.

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September 20, 2016

Analyze your UI made in Sketch

You have finished your app screens in SketchApp and ask yourself “Will my design work for my target group of people?”. But how to measure your design and it’s usability and the resulting user experience? Maybe this article will give you the answer.

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Mai 10, 2016

A new breed of prototyping tools.

User testing is crucial when you want to get the user experience right, simply because you don’t know how the users will really interact. If you don’t test, you will most likely have some flaws in the design. Normally you spot these flaws later with some analytic tools like KissMetrics or Google Analytics, but until then you have already lost potential customers.

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