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Creating a list of resources to help you get up to speed on how to learn UX design and apply it to mobile and app development.
This course is optimized for the developer who is looking to efficiently learn the most important design techniques that will help them make better apps (with a focus on mobile/Android).
View the course: UX Design for Mobile Developers
Google announced Material Design on June 25, 2014, at the 2014 Google I/O conference. As of 2015, most of Google’s mobile applications for Android have applied the new design language, including Gmail, YouTube, Google Drive, Google Docs, Sheets and Slides, Google Maps, Inbox, all of the Google Play-branded applications, and to a smaller extent the Chrome browser and Google Keep. The desktop web interfaces of Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides and Inbox have incorporated it as well.
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Pencil & Paper – easy to use, some people may prefer using software for the initial planning / sketching stages of UX design.
Sketch (software) – after using photoshop since 2003 moving over the sketch for UX design was a bit of a no brainer and is focused on the modern day design aspects of app and mobile development.
Get to know the differences of the UI patterns for iOS & Android.
View: Designing for Both Android and iOS
Read: Benefits of designing at 1x pixel density
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Visually communicating effectively with your potential & current customers adds to the good business experience.
BJ2DESIGN combines a wealth of design knowledge with creative business strategies to create result oriented work.