When working with limited photography, it can be difficult to create a visually compelling site. There are many ways to work around this, all you need is a little creativity!
Blog posts by Roxy
- December 31, 2018
- July 11, 2018
Designing interfaces for pre-k children presents a handful of challenges when it comes to understanding their needs and stepping into their (much smaller) shoes. Here are a few things we consider when designing a game interface for young users.
- February 27, 2018
Catering to multiple audiences is a frequent challenge in website design. Learn how our process helps us create websites that cater to multiple audiences with a wide variety of needs.
- March 09, 2017
My adventures in designing educational math games for young children began with illu
- November 11, 2016
As part of Aten’s UX team I get to work on a wide range of projects. I recently transitioned from solving visual interface problems to illustrating spaceships, planets and aliens for children.
- June 21, 2016
Images play an important role in communicating with your audience. When used effectively, they can work toward achieving your organizational goals.
- December 11, 2015
Whitespace is an invaluable asset to design. It can have a huge influence on overall site usability, which ultimately impacts the success of organizational goals.
- January 20, 2015
Photoshop presents a handful of limitations when it comes to getting your ideas out. I don’t even want to mention how the general tidiness of my layers suffers when I’m in serious idea-barf mode. Luckily, there’s another, less complicated option: sketching.
- July 15, 2014
Giving feedback is a crucial part of a collaborative creative process, and the amount of thought invested in that feedback can greatly affect the success of a project.