A project of mine, “Merchant Marketplace (lets call it MMP),” underwent Parkinson’s Law. This is a design philosophy that describes logical flow.
Having little time for a project can be hectic. Fast projects can result in a huge burst in productivity and raw output but can feel rushed.
On the other hand, if you have a longer timespan the workflow may feel laxer. There’s simply more time to do work. This can result in slower deadlines, more research, and a refined project.
I believe it is beneficial to compare Parkinson’s Law to the idea of fluidity. A fluid…
I’m almost too embarrassed to admit how long it took: From its inception, it may have taken months. However, now that I’ve finished & published my UX Portfolio, I feel a great sense of relief.
Quite frankly, even though you don’t think it’s good enough, you should personally publish and create your portfolio as soon as you can. Here’s why.
UX Contrast Issues? Here’s What I’ve Learned so Far
Color contrast is often seen as the bane of the existence of novice UX designers (myself included). While it can be easy to forget about contrast when coming up with new designs, it is imperative that all designers take contrast into account. It can be the make-or-break component of your product. Here are some things to be mindful of during your creation process to make your workflow streamlined and more efficient.
Check Contrasts Before Application-
While it can be tempting to keep your delusions of grandeur, I would suggest checking color…