The relevance of UX design in industries is important to note because it shows businesses are starting to intentionally center their products around people. What we might not have realized before and what good UX design aims to accomplish is in order to create good products, we need to understand people. Bad design often results in a lack of empathy… Read More →

Prototyping is not only a stage of the design process, it’s heavily involved in the developer handoff process as well. When a design is ready to go into development, developers often receive pages of spec documents outlining how the design should look, feel and function. This has been a major pain point for many large organisations and design teams, and… Read More →

A blank canvas. it might as well be the devil himself. Complete nothingness. And it’s not just on that page in front of you; it surrounds you and swallows you whole. There’s only nothing, and it’s everywhere. Ultimate freedom. No guidelines, no boundaries. … so, where do you start?! 1 ) Requirements The indexing of the requirements of your project… Read More →

Using tools can be confusing, frustrating and [fill in the blank]! However, when it comes to using Marvel, you’ll always have a helping hand. Our customer team are always on hand to answer any questions or help solve any problems you might have. Whether it’s experiencing a bug or just figuring out how something works, we’re super dedicated to our… Read More →

Originally published here Technology is not neutral. It is not impartial Who we are reflect on what we build. When you navigate a physical space, you are following the plan of the architects and urbanists who designed it in the first place. Of course how you navigate the space is unique to you – like the way you walk or… Read More →

Originally published on JOTFORM.COM Cozy. That’s how I felt. Tucked beneath what may have been the world’s softest blanket. I took a deep breath and rolled onto my side. It was a familiar moment — the moment when my 6 a.m. alarm clock sounded, after a night of tossing and turning. The moment when my daily responsibilities had yet to… Read More →

Header image: Copyright MSTQ, Inc. Open Instagram, Airbnb, Apple Music, Twitter, Dropbox or Lyft and at first glance it might feel like it’s hard to tell the difference between which app is which: big, bold headlines with rounded sans-serif fonts; minimal black and white interfaces with lots of negative space; little to no color. The modern interface style feels so bare-bones…. Read More →

Rationally choosing the irrational Why do people keep buying Apple products if they are not technically great and there are better value alternatives? Why do people keep eating at McDonald’s if the food is so bad for your health? I was asking myself these type of questions lately, and I realised that it has to do with the part of… Read More →

We are laser focused on changing how design is done, by making it more inclusive, collaborative and productive. Marvel is used by millions of people with ever varying use cases, from design, to sales, to development – and it’s our goal to keep our platform versatile and scalable. So read on to get the full recap on how Marvel has evolved… Read More →

Design systems, design systems everywhere. I’m pretty sure that you have heard that term a thousand times last week, and more than you will, design system is one of the trends in product design particularly, that big companies such as Airbnb, Uber, Lyft, and others are adapting and putting into practice when building their products and seems that has come… Read More →

I often take my coffee at a place with a 3 stars rating on Google, but it serves one of the best coffees in the city. The reviews come from two people who had once a bad experience. And Google shows to everyone that it has 3/5 stars without saying that it is one the best places to have a… Read More →

Digital interfaces make a huge impact in our lives. We frequently use websites or digital applications to accomplish certain goals. Indeed, when interacting with an interface, we are surrounded by typography and our experience is driven by the words and messages we read and understand. In one of his articles, Oliver Reichenstein confirms the importance of typography in all websites… Read More →