12 icons I created for Jun 2020. Available in Sketch format for $1 at https://gum.co/fMuEz. 😀
Icons include: subway gates 1, subway gates 2, train, tap, social distancing, mini truck, interchange, hold the handrail, alight from train, car, spray, scooter.
Design is a vaguely defined term, and people tend to have misconceptions about what designers do. When you tell people you’re a designer, especially those outside of tech, chances are they will think that your job is to sit in front of a monitor, pushing pixels and make things look beautiful.
12 icons I created for May 2020. Available in Sketch format for $1 at https://gum.co/uiLwS. 😀
Icons include: e-scale, wok shovel, weight scale, knife, hair drier, guitar, fire extinguisher, tap, switch, piano with seat, oil plastic container, boxer.
12 icons I created for Feb 2020. Available in Sketch format for $1 at https://gum.co/drcPd. 😀
Icons include: wardrobe, tent, tea, microwave, mic, mask, laptop, lamp, IoT door, glasses, Christmas hat, A/C.
Surveys are a great way for us to understand our target users during the discovery phase of a UX project. Using just a Google form or Office form, we can reach out to potential users, asking them questions without being constrained by time or location. Oftentimes, the hard part of conducting a survey is getting respondents. Below are 3 ways to do that.