Search

Alex G Knight // UX.UI Designer in Tokyo

Almost home

After seeing this awesome photo from Nasa's ISS (https://unsplash.com/search/nasa?photo=yZygONrUBe8), I had to do a quick photoshop mix with an image I took a couple of weeks ago (https://unsplash.com/@agkdesign?photo=5FCE7xTc5uo). Also GIFs!   By the way, get around https://unsplash.com/  if you haven't yet. It's seriously... Continue Reading →

Adobe X D review (Part 2)

This is the second part of a post I started a few weeks ago with the intention of comparing Sketch + InVision with Adobe Experience Design's workflow. See part 1 here. I have spent the last week or so giving... Continue Reading →

‘Words I read somewhere’ UX quotes.

I do a fair bit of reading, and like to write things down to help remember them. After a while I noticed I was getting a pretty big list of quotes about design and UX, so I decided to whip up... Continue Reading →

Case Study: Medical Hearing Implant Remote Control

A few years ago I was asked to help design a remote control for a medical hearing device. Due to the nature of the project, I have had to leave out some information and results. Brief Create a new and improved remote... Continue Reading →

Background flickers

I have been making a few subtly animated images lately for a few projects I am working on. I wanted to share. Some are my photos and others are taken from free stock images. From a personal project I am... Continue Reading →

Mostly free resources for making awesome designs.

Just wanted to share some of the services and resources I use regularly in my designs. Most of them are free services, but some require attribution which you can usually pay to remove. Remember to double check the rules from each... Continue Reading →

Sketch + InVision VS Adobe XD (part 1)

Introduction These days we have a so many options for creating app designs and prototyping them. I am always looking for different ways to improve my workflow and productivity. This is a little experiment/comparison of 2 workflows. It will be split over... Continue Reading →

Do people actually want it?

Coming up with an awesome idea for an app, something that is worthy of putting time into and actually building, comes with a certain kind of hope and pride. You have finally figured out that million dollar idea! One of... Continue Reading →

Give UX Thanks

I read a nice post the other day giving thanks to all the good stuff going on in UX. We always hear about bad UX, because it's easy to complain. But good UX is rarely noticed. That's kind of the... Continue Reading →

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑