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  • How do I not piss off developers? - Don’t be too visionary. The ideas must work. - Shows the flow of the app. Where I go after the tap? - Work with real data in mind and think about a “scalable design”. If there is a long text, what happens? how it works in other languages? and if in the future w...

    Posted to How to show your design to developers
  • Frank :Do you believe it is important for a designer to have a deep knowledge of matters such as User Experience, Interaction Design, Product Design, and Front-end Development? Denys : I don’t believe in “you have to”. If you want to grow and develop new skills, you will learn. If you want to ge...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Denys Nevozhai from Ukraine
  • Frank : Can you show us three examples of interfaces that in your opinion have improved human life? Charlie : Not sure about all humans but for me I don’t think I could get through most days with out Google Maps, Dropbox or Twitter. Google Maps for obvious reasons — I have a decent sense of dire...

    Posted to UI/UX Design Interviews, Charlie Waite, Sr. UI/UX Designer @GoPro, formerly Interactive Director at @FocusLab.
  • Frank : How do you make a difference between User Interface and user experience? Charlie : “A UI without UX is like a painter slapping paint onto canvas without thought; while UX without UI is like the frame of a sculpture with no paper mache on it.” I must use this quote, because it’s the most ...

    Posted to UI/UX Design Interviews, Charlie Isslander, UX/UI designer based in Prague
  • Frank : What can the web do to make this world a better place? How has the web improved your life (if it has)? Alex : Interconnecting the world brought us a sense of global knowledge and awareness. Thanks to the internet, we became a self taught generation with a freedom of action that our paren...

    Posted to UI/UX Design Interviews, Alex Deruette, A French UX/UI designer based in London
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    Posted to UI/UX Design Interviews, Ales Nesetril, A French UX/UI designer based in London
  • Frank : What is your typical workday like? Ales : Morning is for planning or setting up the whole day. What should I do first? What are my 3 most important must-haves for today? What can I skip? Is there anything I could do later in the evening? Anything new happened over night? For me it’s a gr...

    Posted to UI/UX Design Interviews, Ales Nesetril, UX/UI Designer from Prague, Czech Republic
  • Frank : What do you think about Dribbble? Is it a good way to get a job? What’s the best way to find a job as a designer? Tobia : I think that Dribbble is great place to show your work, ideas, skills and be inspired by other designers. Mainly, it helped me to be recognize as designer and be reac...

    Posted to UI/UX Design Interviews, Tobia Crivellari, UX/UI Designer from Italy
  • Frank : When your friends or parents ask you what job you do, how do you answer? Michele : I design interfaces for websites and mobile applications. It really means a lot to me to be able to explain what I do and why it is so important nowadays; for this reason, my answer usually depends on who ...

    Posted to UI/UX Design Interviews, Michele Mazzucco, UX/UI Designer from Italy
  • Frank : What the web can do to make this world a better place? How did the web improve your life( if it did)? Pietro : We as designers have a big responsibility. The web is the way people shape how and what information they are gonna digest. Think about all the revolutions we had around the worl...

    Posted to UI/UX Design Interviews, Pietro Schirano, UX/UI Designer from Italy
  • Frank : What is, among the existing digital services, the one you wanted to do? Hrvoje : I love service that we are currently developing in Degordian — Mediatoolkit. It tracks and notifies you immediately when you are mentioned anywhere online.

    Posted to UI/UX Design Interviews, Hrvoje Grubišić, UX/UI Designer from Zagreb, Croatia
  • frank : How is your work day type? matt : I get into work around 8 AM and try to write first thing in the morning before email, jumping into design, or anything else. From then on until around 5pm, it’s design, emails, etc. all day.

    Posted to UI/UX Design Interviews, Matt D. Smith, UX/UI Designer from USA
  • FRANK : What do you think about Dribbble? Is it a good way to get a job? What’s the best way to find a job as designer? PAVEL : In combination, yes it’s one of good ways to find a job, but at the same time you have to be more than just a concept maker. See, on Dribbble right now there are too ma...

    Posted to UI/UX Design Interviews, Pavel Proshin, UX/UI Designer from Russia
  • Frank : What is your background, how did you train? Davide : My background is a hybrid background: I worked as a developer even before starting university (BSc in Computer Science), I studied design and psychology (MSc in Design and Psychology) and I specialized in designing for complex systems ...

    Posted to UI/UX Design Interviews, Davide Casali, UX Designer from Italy
  • Frank :What the web can do to make this world a better place? How did the web improve your life( if it did)? Mani : I believe web has already helped us improve quite a bit; people from different demographics and skills can come together and create amazing products. It helps learn about others, t...

    Posted to UI/UX Design Interviews, Mani, UI/UX Designer from Pakistan
  • Frank : When your friends or parents ask to you what job do you do, how do you answer? Michael : I’m graphic designer that likes to design interfaces. Graphic designer because I studied it all my life and interfaces, because that’s what I’m currently enjoy doing the most.

    Posted to UI/UX Design Interviews, Michael Dolejs,User Interface Designer from Prague
  • Frank : When your friends or parents ask to you what job do you do, how do you answer? Ehsan : Well, things are really complicated about technology in Iran. There are people asking you how to send an email to someone or how to install an app on a smartphone. On the other hand, there are younger ...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews, Ehsan Rahimi,User Interface Designer from Iran
  • Frank : In which way do you make a difference between User Interface and user experience? Svilen : In my opinion we need to look more generic on the matter, searching rather for the similarities in the UI and UX, rather than the difference between these two fields. I believe that this will incre...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews, Svilen Petrov, User Interface designer from Bulgaria
  • In which way do you make a difference between User Interface and user experience? In my opinion we need to look more generic on the matter, searching rather for the similarities in the UI and UX, rather than the difference between these two fields. I believe that this will increase the productiv...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews, Svilen Petrov, User Interface designer from Bulgaria
  • Frank : The “design” is an important part of our analogic life. What is the role of the designer in our digital life? Luca : I think now design has a central role in our digital life and not only there. Look around you, design has a key role in every product you see now in our society.

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Luca Burgio - UI/UX Designer at Musixmatch
  • Frank : What is, among the existing digital services, the one you wanted to do? Sam : Product Design is definitely what I love to do. Being able to construct a beautiful experience from nothing is something I throughly enjoy.

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Sam Thibault - Lead Product Designer at Handsome
  • Frank : How is your work day type? Sam : I tend to prefer working later in the day which translates into a lot of late nights. In doing so I am able to transition from client work at the office during the day to projects I do for fun during the evening.

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Sam Thibault - Lead Product Designer at Handsome
  • Frank : When your friends or parents ask to you what job do you do, how do you answer? Murat : I use to say I work in the mobile design industry but that just meant my friends kept asking if I could get them discounts on iPhones! It’s easier to tell people ‘I design websites’, I leave any menti...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews, Murat Mutlu, UI designer based in London, UK
  • Frank : What do you think about Dribbble? Is it a good way to get a job? What’s the best way to find a job as designer? Matt : Yeah, dribbble is great! Those guys have done a great job over there and I am thankful that the design community is able to connect through their product. I am very than...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews, Matt Carvalho, UI designer based in San Francisco, CA
  • Frank : What is, among the existing digital services, the one you wanted to do? Maxime : Spotify, Quora or Twitter. I would have loved to come up with such ideas and have the opportunity to work on the design of these services.

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews, Maxime Chillemi, UI designer based in Paris, France.
  • Frank : When your friends or parents ask to you what job do you do, how do you answer? Zane : I always start by telling them that I’m an interaction designer, but I always received a bewildered look, so I go on to explain that I design apps and websites. That usually goes down well, people seem ...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews, Zane David, interaction designer from Melbourne, Australia.
  • Frank : The “design” is an important part of our analogic life. What is the role of the designer in our digital life? Gaia : In few years we have gone from the totally analog 1.0 world to the 3.0 one, where we speak about internet of things. I think a so rapid curve in terms of digital evolution...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews, Gaia Zuccaro, UI designer based in Rome, Italy
  • Frank : "Many designers commit the mistake of starting a project directly from Photoshop, is there a perfect design method? What is your approach to the creative process?" Luboš : "Every designer is different. You cant create common path to do it. Otherwise we will get to the poin...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Luboš Volkov - UI designer based in the Czech Republic
  • Frank : When your friends or parents ask to you what job do you do, how do you answer? Jan : When I started I was retouching and “improving” other people’s pictures so it was easy to understand and showed what I was doing. But now, I’ve switched to designing interfaces and web apps and as it’s a...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Jan Losert
  • Frank : "What the web can do to make this world a better place? How did the web improve your life( if it did)? " Jakub : "I think that web is first of all about access to a huge amount of information and it’s only up to each one of us how we make use of it. For me, web makes it po...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Jakub Antalík
  • Frank : "What the web can do to make this world a better place? How did the web improve your life( if it did)? " Sergey : "I think the Internet is the best invention in the history of mankind (after the wheel and diapers). Modern Internet opens the whole world to everyone and can ...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Sergey Valiukh
  • Frank : "What do you think about Dribbble? Is it a good way to get a job? What’s the best way to find a job as designer? " Steve : "The quality of your work can get you a job. Dribbble is just a gateway to obtain it. There is great job opportunities but must of all it’s a beautifu...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Steve Fraschini
  • Frank : "What book would you advice to a Junior Designer? " Aurélien : " I would recommend « Interaction Design: beyond human-computer interaction (3rd edition) ». A really great book about interaction design with a lot of concrete references. But you just have to be curious, bec...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Aurélien Salomon
  • Frank : "When your friends or parents ask to you what job do you do, how do you answer?" Miroslav : "It’s often hard to describe complex UI/UX design development so I often simplify my answer and say that I’m a visual designer that is rotating and moving pixels around, hehe."

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Miroslav Rajković
  • Frank : "Many designers commit the mistake of starting a project directly from Photoshop, is there a perfect design method? What is your approach to the creative process? " Greg : " For sure, without the right preparation and thinking a project over — at later stages, you can lose...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Greg Dlubacz
  • Frank : " When your friends or parents ask to you what job do you do, how do you answer? " Dmitriy : "Well, mostly my friends understand what I do. My friends, who are not really familiar with the sphere of design, think that I can create business cards or retouch the photo for t...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Dmitriy Chuta
  • What the web can do to make this world a better place? How did the web improve your life( if it did)? Alexander says : " Thanks to the web I found my future wife ☺ Surely for me the main function of the web is communication with people, it helps to know more and more new interesting persona...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews – Alexander Zaytsev
  • The “design” is an important part of our analogic life. What is the role of the designer in our digital life? Nicola says : " I think you can design everything you want for yourself, for other people and for nothing. Digital or not, better if you try to solve something with your design, a b...

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Nicola Felasquez Felaco
  • When your friends or parents ask to you what job do you do, how do you answer? Regina says: “I design the stuff you use everyday — apps and websites.”

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Regina Casaleggio
  • In which way do you make a difference between User Interface and User Experience? Ianut : Obviously, User Experience it’s much more complex than User Interface. User Experience has elements like research, u tests, stats, product design, interaction design, usability, prototyping, copywriting, etc.

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Ionut Zamfir
  • About dribbble Glenn says : "It’s a great collage of inspiration and also doubles as a career game. It’s the best way of seeing what designers are working on, how they’re innovating and (sometimes) why. Others use it as a means to further their careers; using trends, unsolicited redesigns, ...

    Posted to Talking with Glenn Hitchcock, Senior UI Designer at Fueled
  • Well done!

    Posted to App showcase carousels
  • UI/UX Interviews is a collection of interviews done by designers to designers. It concerns of talks about the web and mobile design, on the dynamics internal to the process of graphic design: the talks are endowed with opinions and comments of the most active designers of the moment.

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Rick Waalders
  • UI/UX Design Interviews is a collection of interviews done by designers to designers. A series of talks about web and mobile design, on the dynamics internal to the process of user interface & user experience design.

    Posted to UI / UX Design Interviews - Vincent Tantardini
  • Will be useful for our tests of usability!

    Posted to Tobii Rex lets you control any Windows 8 PC with eye-tracking tech

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