Tag: UI
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  1. Example: Adding Autocomplete to JTextField

    Autocomplete can be very useful in just about any application, but its not trivial to implement. So here is a quick example of how you might do it in Java's Swing framework with JTextField (it should also work...Learn More
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  2. How to Use Threads in Java Swing

    How to Use Threads in Java Swing Programming isn't easy, and adding a user interface around functionality can really make life difficult. Especially since not all UI frameworks are thread safe (including Swing)...Learn More
  3. 6 Ways to Perfect the UI of Your Mobile App

    **6 Ways to Perfect the UI of Your Mobile App** One of the biggest headaches mobile app programmers face is how to make their app stand out from the rest. It’s a valid concern since the average app will be comi...Learn More
  4. Difference between UX and UI

    **Difference between UX and UI** Here you will learn about UX vs UI i.e. difference between UX and UI. Today, we are going to shed some light on one of the hottest topics in IT world. There always exist a lot o...Learn More
  5. 10 UI/UX Trends in 2020

    It’s the new year, and time for another list of design trends! Tbh, design trends hardly see a drastic change with the onset of a new calendar year. It’s more like a smooth gradient; trends change gradually ove...Learn More
  6. Designing effective onboarding for apps

    What? Do you still remember your first day of college, where during induction you’re introduced to your faculties, your classroom layout, where the cafeteria is, etc.? That same process of introducing someone...Learn More
  7. How to Solve Problems with Iteration and Good Design Research

    Dave Breske is a UX designer who is passionate about simple, empathetic software. Through his work at Galaxy Digital, he makes software that helps connect volunteers with the causes they care about. How do you...Learn More
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  8. 10 UI & UX Lessons from Designing My Own Product

    Designers often think that all their ideas must be original, or they’re a fraud. Imagine that you’re looking at another product. You find a color palette that you like, an interaction that feels just right, or ...Learn More
  9. Junior designers, stop designing for the happy path

    Junior designers, stop designing for the happy path In design, the happy path is what happens when the user does everything exactly the way you expect them to. Although this can happen, it won’t always happen....Learn More
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  10. How Google Designers Adapt Material

    Material Design provides a set of tools and guidance to help you make informed decisions about the different UX design directions you could take when creating an app. But what happens when the guidelines don’t ...Learn More
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  11. 10 Key Takeaways from Google’s Material Design Guidelines

    The Material palette generator can be used to generate a palette for any color you input. Hue, chroma, and lightness are adjusted by an algorithm that creates palettes that are usable and aesthetically pleasing...Learn More
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  12. Five app prototyping tools compared

    There are 🇺🇦 Ukrainian, 🇷🇺 Russian (+ another one) and 🇨🇳 Chinese (+ another one) translations of this article, and there’s a follow-up with Principle, Flinto for Mac & Tumult Hype. I recreated the IF by...Learn More