Articles from 'Design'

Design - Igniting Your Startup
18
Feb
2015
Ciprian Irimies

The Kindergarten Of Web Design

That would be the User Interface… Hey, if I’ve associated the kindergarten with UI, you shouldn’t interpret it as a bad thing. I’m referring to the fun of this process, because back in the days when we were kids, drawing and coloring was cooler than… continue reading

Design - Igniting Your Startup
17
Feb
2015
Ciprian Irimies

The crash test dummy of a website

Kind of messed up headline, ey? I guess by the end of this article it will make sense to you… So let’s not waste anymore time and dive right into it. In a previous article – A puppeteer’s playground – I’ve introduced you to the… continue reading

Design - Igniting Your Startup
16
Feb
2015
Ciprian Irimies

A Puppeteer’s Playground

Hey, Charlie! We’re going in an adventure, Charlie! Putting together an online business is very similar to an adventure into the wild. You start with an idea “Uh! I want to explore the forests of the Carpathians.” Out of a sudden you’re finding yourself planning… continue reading

Design - Igniting Your Startup
15
Feb
2015
Ciprian Irimies

Focus On The User

The issue solver. Allow me to ask you something – why are you doing what you’re doing? You want to achieve something, right? Either you’re a good samaritan, trying to solve a problem (which I highly doubt it), or you want our money (which is… continue reading

Design - Igniting Your Startup
11
Feb
2015
Ciprian Irimies

Good Design Vs. Bad Design

Pimp your brand. It’s just like Bob Marley said… “No woman, no cry”, but replace “woman” with “bad design”. I want to ask you something personal… How many times are you brushing your teeth? Every time there’s a need to, you say? Well… I guess… continue reading

Design - Igniting Your Startup
10
Feb
2015
Ciprian Irimies

Signs For Recognizing Designs

Take a wild guess! How many types of design do you think are there? Here’s a hint: more than one… During my years of freelancing I encountered many clients who lived (and probably still do) under the impression that one designer can do it all…… continue reading