This article was originally posted on journal.theorem.co
At Theorem, we have found that we run into the same small, derailing conversations from project-to-project. These conversations can be…
This article was originally published on September 29, 2020
I’ve been working on several side projects over the past couple of weeks but took a quick break to try to solve a pain-point that I have heard several teacher friends and family members mention.
COVID-19 has continued to bring uncertainty…
This article was originally published on July 17, 2020
I finally had a chance to mess around with the newest version of the Figma API. I put together this little demo for internal-Theorem knowledge-sharing. Basically, I designed a quick landing page in Figma, coded out that design to a live page but synced up the styles, images, text, etc to the Figma document. This way, as a user makes changes to the landing page they will see their changes reflect on the live web page. Enjoy!
This article was originally published on May 29, 2020
I put together this dashboard UI exploration just for fun and to test out documenting the process in a timelapse. The time-lapses also provided me with content to try out TikTok for my first time. Apart from some of TikTok’s less-desired attributes, I found the platform very fun, intuitive, and engaging.
Here are the timelapse videos that I uploaded to TikTok:
Here are a couple of detailed screenshots as well:
This article was originally published on May 21, 2020
I had a small idea for a simple floating label style that would essentially “clip” the border of the input as the label “floats”. Another key part of the idea was to add a more impactful third state for while the input was focused, I felt that too many of the floating label input patterns out there didn’t emphasize the focused input label enough. I first put it together in Figma and then also coded it out in CSS.
Stepping into parenthood triggers many…
This article was originally published on October 04, 2019
This was just a quick experiment to take a code snippet I had previously put together and expand upon it to make the UI a bit slicker and fun. I had used jquery for the previous code snippet so I went ahead and continued using it for this experiment. Though, I think I’d like to refactor this and have it just be vanilla js.
Here’s an animated preview if you’d rather just watch:
Disclaimer–every agency, project, client, and designer are made differently and should not be treated all the same. The following is just one solution that I found unique. Written from a UI/UX designer’s perspective.
So you’ve just landed your agency a sweet gig, you’ve had your discovery meeting and you just…