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Accessibility is all about making applications accessible for people who have impairments. It covers people with visual, auditory, or other cognitive impairments.
when we say that a website is accessible it means that anyone on any device and with any type of weakness can navigate the site with ease and without restrictions.

As we are developing our applications or websites, we should keep these groups in mind as we test to ensure that our application is accessible for all our users. …


The latch acronym

The design of information on the web changes the way people find, understand, and use that information for better or for worse. According to the Information Architecture Institute, information architecture (IA) refers to the structural design of shared information environments” focused on how to organize and label content, but also on the search and navigation systems to support usability and findability.

The information architecture that we know of today began more than 30 years ago, long before the emergence of web and mobile applications, or the popularization of UX design. Like usability and accessibility, IA goes beyond the digital world…


different Typefaces and font pairing example

This article is a small part of the book named “Designing User Interfaces” written by Michal Malewicz. He is one of the most creative designers that has done an enormous amount of work in designing digital products.

You can get your copy of the book at https://www.designingui.com/

In the first part of the typography in a simple word, I discussed the basic structure of the typography and the difference between fonts and typefaces. in this article, I’m going to talk more about font weights, text hierarchy, and font paring technique.

so let’s start with understanding the WhiteSpacing first.

WHITESPACE

Whitespace…


Part 1

Different Typefaces with different colors

This article is a small part of the book named “Designing User Interfaces” written by Michal Malewicz. He is one of the most creative designers that has done an enormous amount of work in designing digital products.

You can get your copy of the book at https://www.designingui.com/

Typography is one of the more boundless discussions in design, and there are many books dedicated to this topic. There are, though, some basic typography rules for UI design that can help bring your designs to the next level. The fonts you choose extremely influence the style, and message of the entire project…


Most companies would pretend to design products and services that are simple to use. But when you ask customers actually to use these products and services, they often find them far from simple. Why is there a disconnect between what organizations think of as “simple” and what users experience?

It’s fashionable to blame poor usability on firms not doing enough user research. On the face of it, this seems like an apparent cause of poor usability. If firms only did the study, they would realize their product was a failure. But, like most simple reasons, it’s wrong.

In reality, there’s…


gradient samples with color codes

This article is a small part of the book named “Designing User Interfaces” written by Michal Malewicz. He is one of the most creative designers that has done an enormous amount of work in designing digital products.

You can get your copy of the book at https://www.designingui.com/

Gradients have been a universal trend during the Web 2.0 time
(early 2000's). Partially because they helped achieve the Skeuomorphism look of 3d, realistic buttons. After a while, however, many designers got bored with them and declared gradients outmoded and a bad-taste design. …

Saeid Azizi

Digital Product Designer

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