Apple has introduced a device that is much different from all previous iPhone models. It does not only has different UX opportunities but if you would like to design UI aligned to guidelines – you have to know what has changed. UI Design for iOS is
The emotions before the Apple Keynote was almost as hot as 10 years ago. Everyone was expecting that Apple will open the new chapter in the mobile industry. And, yes, rumors were true – Apple has removed Home Button from the special iPhone X. There were
There is an old saying that the good design should be long-lasting. Dieter Rams specify that Designers creations should void being fashionable. This way the product will never become antiquated. A few years ago there was a big hype around the Side Menu in mobile apps.
When your app’s UX does not consider all users, it simply SUX. Some User Experience (SUX) is the concept introduced by Billy Gregory, Accessibility Expert from The Paciello Group. During the inspiring Mobile Central Europe Conference. I had a pleasure to listen to Billy’s talk. Now,
There is always a big buzz on how the new iPhone 8 (7s or “X”) will look like. This year everyone discusses if it will be made of the glass again, or if the physical home button will disappear. What’s also important is the fact that
When iOS 7 was introduced by Jonathan Ive, the revolution with flat graphical user interfaces exploded. Now iOS 10 represents mature form of mobile minimalistic UI. It is simple but also a lot more readable and understandable for the users than previous versions. When you prepare design