Thursday, October 19, 2017

Skip the how-to and download the “Export single” action for Photoshop here. Everybody has their own flavor when it comes to exporting assets in Photoshop. I’m personally a sprite sheets kind of guy, but I’ve also been using Slicy from MacRabbit from time to time. No matter the method I use, there are always situations  [ Read More ]

Creating an educational app isn’t easy. Creating an educational app that isn’t boring is a difficult task. Sakura Quick Math (henceforth Quick Math) by Shiny Things Software aims to change the way kids learn algebra. Quick Math is a universal app and it aims to improve your Algebra. It has 5 main modes including addition,  [ Read More ]

Creating an educational app isn’t easy. Creating an educational app that isn’t boring is a difficult task. Sakura Quick Math (henceforth Quick Math) by Shiny Things Software aims to change the way kids learn algebra. Quick Math is a universal app and it aims to improve your Algebra. It has 5 main modes including addition,  [ Read More ]

Quick Return UI design pattern (named by Roman Nurik on G+) is a screen real estate saving design pattern that still allows users to access important off screen controls by easily moving them back to the screen. This design pattern has been in use in the Google Now app from its launch as well as  [ Read More ]

As some of you know, I’m currently busy writing a book about Android UI. It is taking a considerably large chunk of my free time and limits my opportunities to write articles here. I have few planned and hope to get some out soon anyways. So, please bear with me. In the meantime, an article I wrote  [ Read More ]

Even though a Google’s AdSense ads are generally considered to be ugly and intrusive, there’s a large number of people using them on their websites. It continues to generate a fair bit of revenue for publishers and Google offers plenty of easy options to add the code to their sites. If you’re looking for an  [ Read More ]

In touch UIs it is very important to remember to setup controls’ hit areas and control margins properly. There are two basic mistakes that are easy to make but also easy to avoid if designers and developers are aware of them. 1) Too small hit area Especially when implementing your own UI components it is  [ Read More ]

Android market app quality is definitely on the rise despite of couple of disasters. I wanted to take a quick look at two new apps that I’m happy to welcome to the Android Market. Vimeo Market link Vimeo’s new app is visually very pleasing. While the visual style could easily fit to iOS it is  [ Read More ]

Does anyone still remember when Internet advertising was in it’s most annoying. That was when browsers hadn’t yet have evolved to protect their users from over eager and intrusive advertisers and web page editors. The most obnoxious form of ads was the popup. While the user was reading an online article or writing a comment  [ Read More ]

Here’s a nifty little web app by UI/Visual Designer extraordinaire Jeff Broderick. You may have previously come across his beautiful pixels on various app UIs — most notably in Stratus app. Jeff has put together a very nifty (and beautiful) web app, aptly called ‘Settings‘. Settings gives you quick and handy access to the settings  [ Read More ]

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