The design of everyday things

I received my books yesterday and have now started reading The design of everyday things by Don Norman. This book is one of the most famous and recommended book about UX design  and interaction design. Don Norman has studied cognitive science, which is exactly what I'm going to university for this autumn so hopefully this book will … Continue reading The design of everyday things


Made my design reality

Today for the first time, using the brackets program, I programmed my own web design idea. I turned my design for an app that shows the time for sunrise and sunset to a real webpage. (The design is shown in the picture to the left). I feel like this was a big step for me to becoming a more … Continue reading Made my design reality


This week I learned about how to use Mock-ups with photoshop to display my app designs on "real life" phones. It's something that I've always thought looked so cool and advanced but surprisingly, it was very easy to do! I will definitely use this technique in the future to display all of my design. Hopefully I … Continue reading Mock-ups


Sunrise and sunset

I finished my second UI/UX project today and I am very satisfied with the result. Here it is...! This time I didn't use anything for inspiration but it worked out really well anyway. Sketch is getting even more easy to use right now and I'm trying to think outside the box and be creative with … Continue reading Sunrise and sunset


UI design

First UI design using Sketch Here is a quick UI design I did yesterday using inspiration from an icon from icons8 and Creativedash on dribbble! It's supposed to be a landing page for an app or website where you can use your location to navigate your way to somewhere. It's the first real UI project I've done … Continue reading UI design


UX for Lean Startups by Laura Klein

Right now I'm reading UX for Lean startups by Laura Klein. The book teaches about Lean UX design and how you should research and test out your hypothesis before actually implenting them on actual websites. This is in order to avoid spending huge amount of money on building something that won't work or benefit you … Continue reading UX for Lean Startups by Laura Klein