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UI vs UX – part 3: the emotional effect

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There are currently more than 3.5 billion Internet users in the world, while around a third of the global population owns a Smartphone, according to recent figures released by Statista. The worldwide shift to digital devices has led to an ever-increasing number of mobile applications and web pages that rely on user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) design.

UI vs UX – Part 2: who does what!

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User interface (UI) and user experience (UX) are some of the most commonly misused terms when it comes to describing design work for websites and mobile applications. Even professional working within the IT industry tend to get confused about the actual components and elements that fall under UI and UX design, as well as the responsibilities that each of these roles entail.

UI vs UX – part 1: comparing apples to oranges

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User interface (UI) and user experience (UX) are two common tech terms that tend to be used interchangeably when describing people’s interaction with devices, such as Smartphones, mobile applications, website and tablets. When recruiting, some companies often use “UI/UX Designer” as a job title, which is quite misleading considering the fact that UI and UX are two very different things.

Node.js: every back-end developer’s favorite

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Node.js is currently the talk of the town, gaining popularity and momentum with developers everywhere. If you are wondering what is Node.js, it is an advanced server technology which allows users to not only build, but also run web applications by using JavaScript as its main language.

Java 9: Project Jigsaw and the move to modularity

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Since the recent launch of the new Java Platform Module System (JPMS), also known as Project Jigsaw, web developers have been coming forward to share their thoughts and feedback. The new system is a unique release for Java 9 as it introduces modular components, segments and major changes throughout the entire Java development kit (JDK).

Swift 4: the DNA of your ground-breaking iOS 11 app

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Apple released iOS 11 in its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2017, with a variety of key features like combining lock screen and notifications, enhanced message synchronicity between iOS and macOS, improved Siri with multi-lingual translation feature with on-device learning technology, support for augmented reality, enhanced camera settings, and so on.

The eventual fall of Adobe Flash

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2020 will mark the end of the popular Adobe Flash Player, a death which was hailed certain by many. But hands off to this feature-rich multimedia platform which was once the face of the web, for making it this far.

Designing for iPhone X: what you need to know

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Many app developers are likely scratching their heads as they work out how they will need to adjust their apps to fit the iPhone X’s new interface, which features an eye-catching edge-to-edge display and a notch. Luckily, Apple has published the Human Interface Guidelines to ensure that all developers can get up to speed on the new requirements.

The UX Umbrella: defining the key components of user experience

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UX design is a complicated and technical line of work which involves so many components and elements. If you ask various UX designers to explain what tasks their roles entail, you may get a wide variety of responses ranging from research to content strategy to business analysis.

The business world is now speaking “Python”!

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During the last few decades, the world has experienced a remarkable leap in business processes in almost every field. With the ever-expanding globalisation, enterprises keep facing challenges that ignite a never-ending list of business dilemmas.

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