It’s All In The Details
“Recently I’ve been thinking about those magic moments in UX that happen when we’re interacting with our digital devices or services. We encounter perfect moments, when everything falls into place, in exactly the right way, at exactly the right time, as if it’s magic. It could be at your bank, in your car, a vending machine, or on your phone.” By Miklos Philips.
” Using Material Design principles, the company took a direct approach to communication, creating a visual language that’s clear and understandable to its diverse user base. This conversational interface has garnered Airbnb over 84,000 five-star reviews and a Material Design Award for focused efficiency in 2016.”
Always target pixel-perfect results. Actually this is a tool for designers to bug the devs, because part of a designer’s job description is to make sure you have a good relationship with the them, so they will accept all the ‘minor’ adjustments that make a great design.
“As the saying goes, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Human beings are highly visual creatures who are able to process visual information almost instantly; 90 percent of all information that we perceive and that gets transmitted to our brains is visual.”
“The most important guideline of designing like a developer is to think of your design in terms of Views. Think of a View as an independent group of elements which has defined borders and is sorted in hierarchical order.” By Chris Basha, Product Designer at Nimber