The ex-plainer video about what is design thinking.
Yes, 20-16 is coming. Its almost at our door steps now. Its time say goodbye to 2015 and embrace the new year. Its also time to party for all the good things achieved in this year. I am filled with nostalgia for everything 2015 gave me. But keep in our memories.
For me personally, just want to show my gratitude to 2015 for everything I achieved. It was the year of learning. Many lessons were learnt, on personal and professional fronts.
So, wish you all a very happy new year!
Keep learning, keep running, stay fit, healthy and make new friends!
Color Combination Tools
Below I’ve compiled a list containing Color Combination Tools for Designers. You can use this list to chose the tool that better fits your needs or that you’re most comfortable using.
The web-hosted application for generating color themes that can inspire any project. No matter what you’re creating, with Kuler you can experiment quickly with color variations and browse thousands of themes from the Kuler community.
Color Scheme Designer
Color Scheme Designer has been around for some time and was recently re-written and designed. It currently has great color space conversions, a preview pane, enhanced scheme creation, and a permanent URL of the schemes you create. It’s almost as if it were a hosting site for color schemes. Continue reading
Usability & Feedback Tools
1. Silverback (free for 30 days then $49.95)
Before Silverback, people used to film user reactions to their sites with camcorders during testing, a slow an arduous process involving hours of video editing, not to mention intimidation of test subjects. Silverback, a fantastic app for Mac OSX (with iSight or equivalent) lets you film how a user responds to your site and track their clicks too. You can set chapter markers in the video, when something interesting happens, simply by pressing the “+” button on the Apple remote. Continue reading
In recent years the number of tools available to help you document and design your web site has just exploded. It seems that we all need a wireframing or prototyping tool at our fingertips (at least in the design arena). So in order to save you the hard work required to find one, I’ve assembled this list. It can be expanded upon, so if you use an unlisted application, please let me know and I’ll add it to the list.
The tools tend to fall into two categories:
- purpose-built applications
- multifunctional applications
Within these two groups I’ve found that usefulness can vary markedly among tools; some are only suitable for diagramming and wireframing, while others focus only on prototyping. The best are blessed with both capabilities and more. Continue reading