Tag: design

How Zero Wins: Product Analysis of the Fasting Tracker

What is Zero? Zero was created in 2016 by Kevin Rose (founder of Digg) as a personal side project. It has just one main button that the user presses to toggle between the start and end

Assessing the UX of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada’s Website

UX Factors According to the United States Department of Health & Human Service’s usability hub, they describe the core of UX as: “…ensuring that users find value in what you are providing to them.” Longtime UX

Founder Interviews: Rob Jelinski of Rob Jelinski Studios

Meet Rob Jelinski, founder of a multi-specialty design agency specializing in Branding, Logo Design, Advertising, Digital Marketing, Front-end Design, Packaging, Illustration, and Print Collateral Davis Baer: Tell us a little about you and your company

From Idea to MVP — Part 2

In part 1 of this article, I talked about the first two out of five steps for converting your idea to MVP. This article elaborates remaining steps: defining architecture, setting up development process and initial

Bridging the Gap Between Design & Code

‘Design & Code’ is a series about design and engineering experiments, processes, and learnings, brought to you by the AirSwap team. At AirSwap, we have an asynchronous and iterative approach to product development. However, one of

10 Best Free Vector Icon Resources for App Design & Web Design in 2018

Icon is a needed element in the design. A rich free icon library will save a lot. Top 10 best free vector icon sites in 2018 for designers free download. There is an abundance of

4 Prioritization Lessons (using Cost of Delay and CD3)

Consider this table. The columns represents mission duration (in months). The rows are Cost of Delay ($s per month opportunity cost). The cells are CD3…the Cost of Delay divided by the expected number of periods