Posts in app UX

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Adding color to your design

By Michael Crump

What is your favorite color? Most of us have been asked this question for as long as we can And for most of us, this decision probably marked our first and foundational experience with having an artistic Color Previous posts… Read more

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Communicating with your users

By Michael Crump

While a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app should be visually appealing, it should also project the voice of the original app creators from time to After all, a good user experience is ultimately a human-centric Communicating effectively with your users… Read more

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Using iconography to enhance UX design

By Michael Crump

Iconography is a visual language used to represent features, functionality, or Icons are meant to be simple, visual elements that are recognized and understood In a previous post, we explored communication through visual We also dove a little deeper into… Read more

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Visual communication and visual cues

By Michael Crump

In our previous post of this series, we introduced the art of typography: how the formation of letters and words affect usability, readability, and In today’s post, we introduce you to the science of communication through visual We’ll look at: Visual cues in general—typical… Read more