Lesson learnt from a speedboat reality show as a ux designer

Tuesday August 17, 2021

Design is good but functionality should be the priority, this thought came to my mind as I finish watching a TV show where two-team of engineers were stage to create an airbag speedboat that can ride on land and water. The idea was to grade the teams and pick out the winner with a winning […]

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Players behaviour towards sponsor brands

Wednesday June 16, 2021

Euro 2020 football competition has been ongoing for the last one week now and a lot of scenes unfolded, the one I want to express my concern about is the way footballers are behaving towards major brand competition sponsors. From Christiano Ronaldo (Portugal) removing a bottle of coca-cola from the press stand to Paul Pogba […]

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5 things that kept me sane this year and how it can help you to become better in 2021

Wednesday December 30, 2020

As the year (2020) is wrapping to an end I have decided to share with you a few things that I did that kept me sane despite all the whole event that happened this year which affected businesses and lives negatively. Here are the 5 things I did to keep my sanity during the year […]

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Design advice for 2021

Monday December 28, 2020

I got this piece of advice from a design book which stressed the need of knowledge of design principles which includes grid, layout, colours, typography, and composition. I notice 70% of newbie or junior designers don’t really want to go through the phase of design principles rather they want to jump on learning the end […]

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3 Simple steps to become a UI UX engineer in 2021

Saturday December 26, 2020

The word UI UX engineer was coined by Google Inc. The idea was to have someone who fully understands and be the bridge between UX/UX Design and frontend development. However UI UX engineer is still not yet a popular career path as UX Design, Product Design, UX Researcher and Frontend development are still trending path […]

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