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When Notion Slows Down Your Productivity

6/13/24

Productivity

You can store everything in Notion—contacts, events, every aspect of your life—but how much time do you spend updating it daily with new information?

Figma Typography Variables: how to organize your new Design Tokens

4/17/24

Design System

Planning out the text variables and establishing a solid typography structure still takes some thought. If you haven't yet thought about how your Design System will evolve with the last Figma update, I'd be glad to assist you in grasping the decisions you'll need to make as you move forward.

How to Create the Perfect Headline in a Hero Section

3/4/24

Design

One of the most popular website sections is the hero section. It features the main brand image and a key headline. Here are tips to enhance the headline: character spacing, line height, font style, typeface selection, and more.

Why you should never use Pure Black and White

2/29/24

Design

Designers often use #FFF for white and #000 for black as Pure Colors on RGB screens due to their extreme brightness and darkness. However, avoiding these colors can result in more visually accesible and balanced designs.

How to prepare your Figma Design for Framer

2/26/24

Framer

Figma and Framer can be combined to swiftly create no-code websites. The Figma to HTML with Framer Plugin allows import from Figma design to Framer with just one click. But how should you prepare the file for Framer? How can you optimize this process? Let's explore together.

What is the best Subscription Agency

2/21/24

Design

Subscriptions not only provide financial stability for businesses but also help in building brand loyalty. Customers who subscribe to services are more likely to become loyal customers as they feel valued and connected to the company. This can lead to word-of-mouth marketing and bring in new customers through recommendations.

Light Mode vs. Dark Mode: Why only two modes?

2/20/24

Design

Modes are important for making digital content accessible to everyone, not just for looks. They help users with different eye conditions. Having standard options ensures everyone can access content easily.

How to answer the question "What's your Design Process"

2/19/24

Design

If you've looked for jobs in the creative field, you've likely faced this question without knowing how to respond at first. "What's your Design Process" is a direct question that may feel a bit too blunt. Let's breakdown it.

Should you always use Autolayout in Figma?

2/15/24

Design

Should you always use autolayout in Figma, or is it better to go for a freeform design and manually move elements within a page? Many designers have a love-hate relationship with autolayout, opting to steer clear. But is this truly the best solution? Here's my take.

Mastering Effects & Transitions with Framer: The secret to a great Experience

2/14/24

Framer

One crucial aspect in the Web experience is how animations are integrated into your website, they needs to have the right timing, duration, positioning, and optimal offset. Today, I'll share practical tips on how to become a master of effects and transitions in Framer.

How to Make an Interactive Custom Cursor in Framer: A Step-by-Step Guide

2/13/24

Framer

Learn how to fully customize your website cursor with Framer. Discover a complete step-by-step guide on how to achieve this stunning effect.

Does a Website makes sense today?

2/1/24

Design

With the rise of apps, numerous web designers have made the transition to product design, focusing on digital products. Similarly, web developers have shifted their focus to become iOS/Android developers.

One Truth, Many Views: Consistency through the Source of Truth Method

1/19/24

Productivity

In this article, I break down the Source of Truth method and share why it's so essential. I'll walk you through examples to show how it maintains clarity by sticking to one "source of truth," making workflows smoother, and turning team collaboration into a breeze.

Design System: Spacing and Spatial System

1/8/24

Design System

Creating an effective layout is crucial to every outstanding design. Spacing, grids, and layouts establish guidelines that bring consistency to your designs, limit decision-making, and foster team alignment.

Why You Continuously Get Distracted

12/30/23

Productivity

You're working, your phone beeps, and suddenly you're off doing something else for 25 minutes. Or you're reading, a picture catches your eye, and you find yourself stopping in your tracks. Distractions are everywhere, aren't they?

Dropdowns Country Selection, a UX Breakdown

12/27/23

Design

The dropdown menu we click to choose our nationality has some usability problems worth mentioning. I've noticed these issues quite a bit, even on popular platforms designed by experienced designers.

Building a Design System from Scratch: A Comprehensive Guide

12/18/23

Design System

This is the first lesson in our Design Systems course. I'll cover the basics, look at successful examples, learn how to set them up, avoid common mistakes, and follow important rules.

A letter to low-confidence designers

12/15/23

Design

If things aren't going as expected, if you're feeling the pressure of the design industry, I have some words for you.

Spline logo

Why Spline is becoming so popular among designers

11/1/23

Spline

Spline has not just changed 3D design but also become a popular alternative. In this article, we'll explore how and why this shift happened.

How to reach all your goals with the progress system in Notion

10/24/23

Design

If you have many ideas but struggle to turn them into reality due to a lack of method or not taking action, in this article, I'll explain a method to achieve your goals using Notion.

What makes your clients 100% satisfied in freelancing

10/12/23

Freelancing

One crucial lesson I've learned as a freelancer is the importance of keeping clients 100% satisfied. It's not just about building your personal brand and ensuring financial stability; it's about fostering trust. What does it take to make a client genuinely happy to work with you? Let's explore it together.

Design System: primitive and semantic tokens

9/12/23

Design System

When you're creating a design system, the first thing you'll want to think about is scalability. This means making sure that your system can grow smoothly while still staying manageable. That's where design tokens come in—they were specifically developed to help with scalability.

Is Building a Framer Website from Figma Really Fast?

8/30/23

Framer

Building a no-code website with Framer is lightning-fast, and the advantage of being able to faithfully reproduce a design from Figma is a game-changer. Just how speedy and worthwhile it is to use Framer, we'll explore in this article.

Tips For Junior Designers: Kickstarting Success

8/25/23

Design

These tips are precisely what I wish I had come across on the very first day I said to myself, "I want to pursue a career in design.

10 things you should absolutely do before turning 30

8/22/23

Productivity

I have crossed the age of 30 and have understood the significance of what one does in this decade. There are 10 things that I believe every aspiring thirty-year-old should at least consider, and here they are.

When Notion Slows Down Your Productivity

6/13/24

Productivity

You can store everything in Notion—contacts, events, every aspect of your life—but how much time do you spend updating it daily with new information?

Figma Typography Variables: how to organize your new Design Tokens

4/17/24

Design System

Planning out the text variables and establishing a solid typography structure still takes some thought. If you haven't yet thought about how your Design System will evolve with the last Figma update, I'd be glad to assist you in grasping the decisions you'll need to make as you move forward.

How to Create the Perfect Headline in a Hero Section

3/4/24

Design

One of the most popular website sections is the hero section. It features the main brand image and a key headline. Here are tips to enhance the headline: character spacing, line height, font style, typeface selection, and more.

Why you should never use Pure Black and White

2/29/24

Design

Designers often use #FFF for white and #000 for black as Pure Colors on RGB screens due to their extreme brightness and darkness. However, avoiding these colors can result in more visually accesible and balanced designs.

How to prepare your Figma Design for Framer

2/26/24

Framer

Figma and Framer can be combined to swiftly create no-code websites. The Figma to HTML with Framer Plugin allows import from Figma design to Framer with just one click. But how should you prepare the file for Framer? How can you optimize this process? Let's explore together.

What is the best Subscription Agency

2/21/24

Design

Subscriptions not only provide financial stability for businesses but also help in building brand loyalty. Customers who subscribe to services are more likely to become loyal customers as they feel valued and connected to the company. This can lead to word-of-mouth marketing and bring in new customers through recommendations.

Light Mode vs. Dark Mode: Why only two modes?

2/20/24

Design

Modes are important for making digital content accessible to everyone, not just for looks. They help users with different eye conditions. Having standard options ensures everyone can access content easily.

How to answer the question "What's your Design Process"

2/19/24

Design

If you've looked for jobs in the creative field, you've likely faced this question without knowing how to respond at first. "What's your Design Process" is a direct question that may feel a bit too blunt. Let's breakdown it.

Should you always use Autolayout in Figma?

2/15/24

Design

Should you always use autolayout in Figma, or is it better to go for a freeform design and manually move elements within a page? Many designers have a love-hate relationship with autolayout, opting to steer clear. But is this truly the best solution? Here's my take.

Mastering Effects & Transitions with Framer: The secret to a great Experience

2/14/24

Framer

One crucial aspect in the Web experience is how animations are integrated into your website, they needs to have the right timing, duration, positioning, and optimal offset. Today, I'll share practical tips on how to become a master of effects and transitions in Framer.

How to Make an Interactive Custom Cursor in Framer: A Step-by-Step Guide

2/13/24

Framer

Learn how to fully customize your website cursor with Framer. Discover a complete step-by-step guide on how to achieve this stunning effect.

Does a Website makes sense today?

2/1/24

Design

With the rise of apps, numerous web designers have made the transition to product design, focusing on digital products. Similarly, web developers have shifted their focus to become iOS/Android developers.

One Truth, Many Views: Consistency through the Source of Truth Method

1/19/24

Productivity

In this article, I break down the Source of Truth method and share why it's so essential. I'll walk you through examples to show how it maintains clarity by sticking to one "source of truth," making workflows smoother, and turning team collaboration into a breeze.

Design System: Spacing and Spatial System

1/8/24

Design System

Creating an effective layout is crucial to every outstanding design. Spacing, grids, and layouts establish guidelines that bring consistency to your designs, limit decision-making, and foster team alignment.

Why You Continuously Get Distracted

12/30/23

Productivity

You're working, your phone beeps, and suddenly you're off doing something else for 25 minutes. Or you're reading, a picture catches your eye, and you find yourself stopping in your tracks. Distractions are everywhere, aren't they?

Dropdowns Country Selection, a UX Breakdown

12/27/23

Design

The dropdown menu we click to choose our nationality has some usability problems worth mentioning. I've noticed these issues quite a bit, even on popular platforms designed by experienced designers.

Building a Design System from Scratch: A Comprehensive Guide

12/18/23

Design System

This is the first lesson in our Design Systems course. I'll cover the basics, look at successful examples, learn how to set them up, avoid common mistakes, and follow important rules.

A letter to low-confidence designers

12/15/23

Design

If things aren't going as expected, if you're feeling the pressure of the design industry, I have some words for you.

Spline logo

Why Spline is becoming so popular among designers

11/1/23

Spline

Spline has not just changed 3D design but also become a popular alternative. In this article, we'll explore how and why this shift happened.

How to reach all your goals with the progress system in Notion

10/24/23

Design

If you have many ideas but struggle to turn them into reality due to a lack of method or not taking action, in this article, I'll explain a method to achieve your goals using Notion.

What makes your clients 100% satisfied in freelancing

10/12/23

Freelancing

One crucial lesson I've learned as a freelancer is the importance of keeping clients 100% satisfied. It's not just about building your personal brand and ensuring financial stability; it's about fostering trust. What does it take to make a client genuinely happy to work with you? Let's explore it together.

Design System: primitive and semantic tokens

9/12/23

Design System

When you're creating a design system, the first thing you'll want to think about is scalability. This means making sure that your system can grow smoothly while still staying manageable. That's where design tokens come in—they were specifically developed to help with scalability.

Is Building a Framer Website from Figma Really Fast?

8/30/23

Framer

Building a no-code website with Framer is lightning-fast, and the advantage of being able to faithfully reproduce a design from Figma is a game-changer. Just how speedy and worthwhile it is to use Framer, we'll explore in this article.

Tips For Junior Designers: Kickstarting Success

8/25/23

Design

These tips are precisely what I wish I had come across on the very first day I said to myself, "I want to pursue a career in design.

10 things you should absolutely do before turning 30

8/22/23

Productivity

I have crossed the age of 30 and have understood the significance of what one does in this decade. There are 10 things that I believe every aspiring thirty-year-old should at least consider, and here they are.

When Notion Slows Down Your Productivity

6/13/24

Productivity

You can store everything in Notion—contacts, events, every aspect of your life—but how much time do you spend updating it daily with new information?

Figma Typography Variables: how to organize your new Design Tokens

4/17/24

Design System

Planning out the text variables and establishing a solid typography structure still takes some thought. If you haven't yet thought about how your Design System will evolve with the last Figma update, I'd be glad to assist you in grasping the decisions you'll need to make as you move forward.

How to Create the Perfect Headline in a Hero Section

3/4/24

Design

One of the most popular website sections is the hero section. It features the main brand image and a key headline. Here are tips to enhance the headline: character spacing, line height, font style, typeface selection, and more.

Why you should never use Pure Black and White

2/29/24

Design

Designers often use #FFF for white and #000 for black as Pure Colors on RGB screens due to their extreme brightness and darkness. However, avoiding these colors can result in more visually accesible and balanced designs.

How to prepare your Figma Design for Framer

2/26/24

Framer

Figma and Framer can be combined to swiftly create no-code websites. The Figma to HTML with Framer Plugin allows import from Figma design to Framer with just one click. But how should you prepare the file for Framer? How can you optimize this process? Let's explore together.

What is the best Subscription Agency

2/21/24

Design

Subscriptions not only provide financial stability for businesses but also help in building brand loyalty. Customers who subscribe to services are more likely to become loyal customers as they feel valued and connected to the company. This can lead to word-of-mouth marketing and bring in new customers through recommendations.

Light Mode vs. Dark Mode: Why only two modes?

2/20/24

Design

Modes are important for making digital content accessible to everyone, not just for looks. They help users with different eye conditions. Having standard options ensures everyone can access content easily.

How to answer the question "What's your Design Process"

2/19/24

Design

If you've looked for jobs in the creative field, you've likely faced this question without knowing how to respond at first. "What's your Design Process" is a direct question that may feel a bit too blunt. Let's breakdown it.

Should you always use Autolayout in Figma?

2/15/24

Design

Should you always use autolayout in Figma, or is it better to go for a freeform design and manually move elements within a page? Many designers have a love-hate relationship with autolayout, opting to steer clear. But is this truly the best solution? Here's my take.

Mastering Effects & Transitions with Framer: The secret to a great Experience

2/14/24

Framer

One crucial aspect in the Web experience is how animations are integrated into your website, they needs to have the right timing, duration, positioning, and optimal offset. Today, I'll share practical tips on how to become a master of effects and transitions in Framer.

How to Make an Interactive Custom Cursor in Framer: A Step-by-Step Guide

2/13/24

Framer

Learn how to fully customize your website cursor with Framer. Discover a complete step-by-step guide on how to achieve this stunning effect.

Does a Website makes sense today?

2/1/24

Design

With the rise of apps, numerous web designers have made the transition to product design, focusing on digital products. Similarly, web developers have shifted their focus to become iOS/Android developers.

One Truth, Many Views: Consistency through the Source of Truth Method

1/19/24

Productivity

In this article, I break down the Source of Truth method and share why it's so essential. I'll walk you through examples to show how it maintains clarity by sticking to one "source of truth," making workflows smoother, and turning team collaboration into a breeze.

Design System: Spacing and Spatial System

1/8/24

Design System

Creating an effective layout is crucial to every outstanding design. Spacing, grids, and layouts establish guidelines that bring consistency to your designs, limit decision-making, and foster team alignment.

Why You Continuously Get Distracted

12/30/23

Productivity

You're working, your phone beeps, and suddenly you're off doing something else for 25 minutes. Or you're reading, a picture catches your eye, and you find yourself stopping in your tracks. Distractions are everywhere, aren't they?

Dropdowns Country Selection, a UX Breakdown

12/27/23

Design

The dropdown menu we click to choose our nationality has some usability problems worth mentioning. I've noticed these issues quite a bit, even on popular platforms designed by experienced designers.

Building a Design System from Scratch: A Comprehensive Guide

12/18/23

Design System

This is the first lesson in our Design Systems course. I'll cover the basics, look at successful examples, learn how to set them up, avoid common mistakes, and follow important rules.

A letter to low-confidence designers

12/15/23

Design

If things aren't going as expected, if you're feeling the pressure of the design industry, I have some words for you.

Spline logo

Why Spline is becoming so popular among designers

11/1/23

Spline

Spline has not just changed 3D design but also become a popular alternative. In this article, we'll explore how and why this shift happened.

How to reach all your goals with the progress system in Notion

10/24/23

Design

If you have many ideas but struggle to turn them into reality due to a lack of method or not taking action, in this article, I'll explain a method to achieve your goals using Notion.

What makes your clients 100% satisfied in freelancing

10/12/23

Freelancing

One crucial lesson I've learned as a freelancer is the importance of keeping clients 100% satisfied. It's not just about building your personal brand and ensuring financial stability; it's about fostering trust. What does it take to make a client genuinely happy to work with you? Let's explore it together.

Design System: primitive and semantic tokens

9/12/23

Design System

When you're creating a design system, the first thing you'll want to think about is scalability. This means making sure that your system can grow smoothly while still staying manageable. That's where design tokens come in—they were specifically developed to help with scalability.

Is Building a Framer Website from Figma Really Fast?

8/30/23

Framer

Building a no-code website with Framer is lightning-fast, and the advantage of being able to faithfully reproduce a design from Figma is a game-changer. Just how speedy and worthwhile it is to use Framer, we'll explore in this article.

Tips For Junior Designers: Kickstarting Success

8/25/23

Design

These tips are precisely what I wish I had come across on the very first day I said to myself, "I want to pursue a career in design.

10 things you should absolutely do before turning 30

8/22/23

Productivity

I have crossed the age of 30 and have understood the significance of what one does in this decade. There are 10 things that I believe every aspiring thirty-year-old should at least consider, and here they are.