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A journey one must take in order to ascend in the field of design from the lowest junior design position where everyone starts, to the highest rank of creative director only few are worthy of.

It can't be denied that designers have been going through an identity crisis in the past decade or so. Being a designer today is challenging not only because of the job itself, but because of the insecurities that go with it in terms of boundaries of expertise.

Designers can recreate what you have asked them to do, but then you cannot expect to get that wow effect, as it’s something that’s already seen and that’s not a designer being creative, that’s a designer executing your wish and doing what they are told to do.

We've been approached by the folks at Weblium to provide a review of their new SaaS product Draftium. Considering it has to do with low fidelity design I was happy to oblige.

For the longest time UI kits were the biggest puzzle to me. Why would anyone go through the pain and suffering of designing individual UI elements, without having a specific need for them, or a tangible end goal?

We all know what constitutes a “deliverable”, right? An artefact we hand off to a team down the line, or to the stakeholders themselves. Did you know that most of your deliverables should not be considered as sacred as most designers consider them to be?

How we learned to look at the bigger picture, and not be mad at our clients anymore.

As a small shop we have the opportunity to work with big and small clients alike, and some are so small that they are not even incorporated yet. This usually means that the funding is coming from the stakeholders' pocket, and this puts a very specific and important spin on the whole dynamic between you and the client.

Our small contribution to the startup community! We are mentoring the UX and design workshops at Google Launchpad. Wouldn't miss it for the world to be with the amazing people there!

The last time I wrote one of these was in 2016, and I said that we tend to refresh our website every 2-3 years. As it turns out this was true once again.

Static websites are easy to make, they are more secure than their dynamic counterparts, and are easier to develop. Dynamic sites, on the other hand it is much easier to make changes or update the content. How do you decide?

Public UX review and critique of selected domestic digital products, by experienced UX designers!

Designing is not just about being creative, it’s about solving problems and finding solutions, it’s about catering the needs of your clients who would be the beneficiaries of the product you are working on. This is how the whole process flows in our agency.

The Boy Scout motto, which you must have heard of, is always "be prepared”, so here's a list of things you need to be and stay prepared when meeting a designer/design team. Read it carefully as it may come in handy.

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