Posts Categorized: User Interface

Vertical Rhythm in Your CSS

Typography and typesetting form the foundation by which your whole user interface stand on. For a designer, everything else—color, art direction—is relative to the intention of the product owner. It’s very malleable. The one thing that should be unbendable is the system by which the letters are laid out on the page. If it’s not…

5 Principles to Help You Achieve Visual Clarity In Your UI

Humans are allowed a finite amount of time each day, and with all the demands of post-postmodernist day life, a designer must come to realize that an application’s users only have small attention span to allocate for such things. That is what separates these tools from humans: they shouldn’t demand a long amount of attention as most…

Why UI Patterns?

Charles H. Duell, once the commissioner of the US Patents and Trademarks office, said, “everything that can be invented has been invented.” A lot of people now would probably disagree with him, especially that we have the Internet, thinking and evolving non-organic things, and such. While the question of where invention ends and where innovation begins…