In a competitive market like China small differences in UX can mean all the difference.
The User Interface and the resulting User Experience is the critical challenge towards creating a successful mobile application.
Do you think your website looks a bit dated and itâ€™s time for a redesign?
At SEIRIM we're consistently expanding our skill sets and abilities and one of our favorite areas of work is video production, led by our multi-talented Michelle Wang and backed up 3D video graphics developer Jasper Desquitado.
You can't imagine the amazing video pieces they can put together! Well, actually you can because we present them to you here.
They specialize in everything from 2D cartoon animations, 3D technical videos of products, video editing of live footage, voiceover and audio editing work, virtual reality work and more. Can see here some recent impressive examples:
Web Design in 2021 is all about re-focusing on the message, the content and breaking the grid via Minimalism, Dark Modes, Organic Shapes breaking the grid and more.
Web design trends are always changing. It seems that designers have endless technical possibilities. They play with extremes, reinvent previous styles and experiment with new techniques. No doubt, there are some popular styles that cannot be replaced, such as the ever-present minimalism and colorful flat illustrations.
If so, what will the new web design trends in 2021 be? You will find below some of the most popular trends based on the experience and knowledge of web designers.
In a hyper-competitive market like China, slight differences in UI/UX risk being amplified and can mean all the difference between winning a lifelong consumer and losing a potential consumer irrevocably, often at the very first interactions. Hence, web designs are really fundamental to the customer acquisition process.
From our observations, we learn that there seems to be a spectrum of three main types of web (website and application) designs in China – from the most ‘Eastern’, to the early mix-matching of ‘East’ and ‘West’, to the most ‘Western’ (international) looking. For ease of discussion, we shall refer to them as the ‘Basic Busy’, the ‘Progressive Busy’ and the ‘Vanguard’ looks - each with differing design characteristics.
The User Interface and the resulting User Experience is the critical challenge towards creating a successful mobile application. The User Interface alone can make or break the success of an app. Having a great UI is a must for every mobile application.
From mobile UI elements, UI animations, material designs to wearable UI, these are 25 websites that have the best mobile UI collections and inspirations to help you create the best UI for your app.
A showcase of the best mobile app designs ever made. Very easy to scan and their organization system of the website is quite good, where they show only one screenshot page per app, but you can select that one to see many more on each apps own dedicated page. Top recommendation.
Do you think your website looks a bit dated and it’s time for a redesign? Browsing the Internet to look for inspiration and latest trends could convince you that livening up your website with eye-catching animations is the way to go. But is it?
The human brain is biologically trained to be attracted by things that move and you can see the desire to capture movement and change in a vast number of artistic creations.
Although the web has started out as a fairly static medium of linked documents, developers didn’t take long to work out ways to introduce moving and blinking stuff to add more spice to web pages.
The big jump in the quality and complexity of animation on the web came with Flash, a software by Adobe. Despite being something of a usability nightmare, Flash allowed developers to do pretty amazing things on the Internet, including interactive games.
Today is a magic time for animation on the web. We enjoy more standards supporting browsers, fast Internet connections, and high resolution retina screens to deliver immersive animated content. Developers and designers have mostly stopped using proprietary technologies to embrace web standards and open source libraries to play animation directly in the browser. Here’s a rundown on what’s out there.
Let's begin with a very simple question – what makes a product usable? Seems simple enough, but really, how do you answer this query? It is said that a product is usable when it fulfills its role without frustration, questions, or hindrance. However, let’s get more precise than that. In order for a product to be considered usable, it needs to satisfy certain criteria. I’m going to briefly run through them here, so you get an idea of what I mean, and there are only five of them.