We just published the results of The 2017 Tech Education Survey.
In this survey, we wanted to understand what designers and developers want to learn about, what is worth investing time in learning, and how much time you should be investing in your professional development.
If you’ve ordered falafel from a proper Israeli falafel shop, you’ve seen ultimate productivity at play. It’s not an art, or a learned skill: it’s just getting the thing done. In the following article, I’ll be sharing a method that I came up with that helps me enjoy my work more and be more productive as…
After months of anticipation, Abstract app is finally released and our life as designers and product people are going to get much better. Git for designers… is here!
Note: This is a guest post written by Ayelet Batist, who is giving a Master Class (which you should definitely sign up for) on avatar embodiment in VR on June 7th. Sign up for the Master Class (it’s free & online) → Standing in a crowd of excited Chinese visitors at the 798 Art Zone…
AI for apps is here, and in this article we’ll show examples and talk about why we need to think that way
I love to travel, and when I can mix business trips with pleasure, it’s the best combination ever. Attending a conference can be the perfect way to improve professionally and escape a little bit from the everyday routine.
In December 2016 we kicked off a New Years portfolio challenge for our community. We partnered up with .design, and gave away more than 500 free .design domain names to Hacking UI readers.
The brief was simply to do a portfolio re-design, while keeping it simple and focusing on presenting the work in a proper way.
Update Jan 26th 2017: Challenge has ended. Check out the showcase of selected portfolios. Remind me.. What are the prizes again? The 1st place will get: A one-hour consultation session with us (David & Sagi) to discuss your portfolio and create a strategy to build your personal brand You get a FREE spot in the…
Join us on for the live webinar in which we’ll share and discuss the results of the survey (and in which Sagi will also give a brief Sketch tutorial)
Over the last decade, the term User Experience became more common and familiar mostly to individuals who work with and around digital products. Whether you’re a designer, developer, or a product manager- we all seem to share the same perception of how the user experience starts and where it ends- on a screen. However, in reality, our experience as users begins quite a few steps before we physically interact with a digital product, and it ends a few steps after we were done interacting with that product.