“Replay is a product design project created and shared by Gruev Vladimir. In a nutshell it’s a concept project for a music app, as Gruev said, inspired by Spotify, VK, Apple Music and Discogs. There are quite a few interesting ideas and visually you can see clearly the influence of Apple’s visual language, especially the shadows and the player screen.”
” 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.
“In this talk, Hayley Hughes will share examples and insights from her work at IBM in order to help you develop your own handcrafted touch to data visualization. You’ll be inspired to bring your work to its highest fidelity.”
Just as typography, keeping a consistent icon set within your app is a major challenge. The Noun Project creators come lend a helping hand “creating, sharing and celebrating the world’s visual language”.
“You’ve probably heard the saying “Good design is obvious and great design is invisible.” The same principle applies to developing animations for mobile apps: a really great animation makes your app user-friendly and catches attention, but it mustn’t distract your user from the app itself.”
This is the kind of tool that makes devs and designers BFF. Because the difference between good products and great products lays in the attention to detail, this is a great tool to create a pixel perfect designs.