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UX terms

We have prepared a list of the most important, in our opinion, UX terms, to help you understand basic UX concepts. Read on to learn more.

How UX writing engages the user

UX writing is about helping users interact with a computer as if it were a human being. Read on to learn why good UX copy is worth your time and money.

IT outsourcing trends for 2022

Because of the pandemic, body leasing is falling out of the game. A new approach to IT outsourcing is needed. Read on to find out what to expect in 2022.

What is the Electron software framework?

Thanks to its versatility and efficiency, the Electron software framework allows developers to easily build apps for multiple platforms. Read on to learn more.

Fluent UI

Fluent UI is an open-source design system for building user interfaces. Read on to see how it can help you build consistent UI across different platforms.

UX trends 2022

Seamless user experiences, low-code/no-code tools, AI, voice interfaces—these are only a few UX trends 2022 promises to bring. Read on to know more.

UX vs UI: how to avoid confusion

UX vs UI: both terms are overlapping to some extent that’s why they are often mistaken. Read our article to know exactly the difference.

Micro frontends: pros and cons

Micro frontends can be an alternative to the frontend monolith architecture, especially for more complex projects. Read on to find out more.

Angular vs React—which one to choose in 2021

React and Angular are two prominent web development tools for building user interfaces and web applications. There are significant differences between the two. In this article, I’ll explain each tool and the differences between them.

8 React best practices for web development

To fully use React capabilities in web development, it is good to follow best practices and use battle-proven tools. Hence this blog post that summarizes React best practices based on our experience.

Design = problem solving

It is March 2021, the world has been fighting the COVID-19 virus pandemic for a year. Both in our private lives and professionally, we have had to learn a lot and face new challenges during this year. Paradoxically, this is a good time to do some reflection and think about what design is today.