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Shyam Adhikari

Choosing the “right” font for your design determines how well your designs are perceived. It’s better for a typeface to be clear and legible, rather than so unreadable that it’s distracting from the overall communication goals of the design.

These are the 12 best free web fonts available on Google Fonts, in my humble opinion. They are all open-source and 100% free for commercial use. This collection focuses on typeface that contain multiple weights and styles


The Ubuntu Font Family are a set of matching new libre/open fonts in development during 2010–2011. The development is being funded by Canonical Ltd…

The aspect of using dark colors and shades in backgrounds of user interfaces still belongs to highly debatable issues. No wonder it’s so actual: choosing appropriate background plays a vital role on all the product efficiency as it can become a key factor enhancing or, vice versa, killing other design solutions around the layout and functionality. Today our article will be devoted to the benefits and pitfalls of using the dark background in UI design, so let’s move on the dark side.

Visual perception of dark.

The scientific research provided around the issue by Richard H. Hall and Patrick Hanna highlights the important point…

Clear communication with the user is the working premise of good UI/UX design.

User interface and experience design

Every developer/designer’s goal is to give the best of the app to the user. We are not designing our app for designers, developers, or app owners, we are doing it for the actual mass of people who are going to use the app.

From the end-user perspective,

What they see or care about.

1.Interface(font,colors,icons,spacing,illustrations etc.)

Your visual design language will be the foundation.

Anatomy of a designers backpack

Being a designer means always being curious and eager to learn something new every day weather you are working from home or from office you will need something to keep yourself updated throughout the day so as the title suggest what are the things that I carry every time in my backpack and lets see what's inside.

  1. The backpack itself

Designer’s Motivation

This article might be boring!

Because here I am talking about how I get into the design and information industry.

After completing my high school I was clueless I don’t know what to do next. I Stayed in home for two month doing absolutely nothing after then I got a chance to tech in a school for three month as a computer teacher believe me teaching is the hardest things to do Then I got really interested in computer and saw a bright side of it.

Still I don’t knew what to do with my life. Then after searching few things on internet about graphic…

Shyam Adhikari

User interface designer. Making products more human.

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