Monday Freshness #05

The Top UX Predictions for 2016   UX Magazine

1. Time to vote for the last #SOTM of 2015

Although we’re nearly in 2016 we still have to decide what site will get awarded ‘Site of the Month’ for December and last of 2015. Time passes by quickly and we’re less than a month away from the Awwwards Conference Amsterdam where we will celebrate with the best of the web design industry the annual prize giving ceremony.

2. Words Of Wisdom From 10 Design Master

New year, new vision? As you mull over your plans for 2016, let these pearls of wisdom from 10 design masters serve as inspiration. Culled from interviews we published in 2015, they include architect David Adjaye on the changing paradigms of public and private life and how that’s impacting design; Pentagram partner Paula Scher on boredom being the great secret to creativity; and, in a republished interview with filmmaker Gary Hustwit, late graphic design god Massimo Vignelli passionately relaying why designers should be on the front line in a war against ugliness. Click through our slide show above for more.

3. 2015 Was The Year Of Material Design

In June of 2014 at the Google I/O conference, Material Design was introduced. This new and innovative design language is also known as the code name, “Quantum Paper.” The lively, feature-filled user interface of this new design quickly became popular on all platforms that are run by Google.

4. Being Smart with Sound

UI Sound has the ability to instantly draw your attention, or simply add a subtle layer of information to a UI interaction – either alerting you to something important, without the need to look at a screen, or adding a subtle moment of delight to your on-screen interaction.

5. The Top UX Predictions for 2016

UX Magazine contributors give us their predictions for the trends and developments that will shape experience design in 2016.

 

 

 

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