Often, we are approached by startups and established companies with an idea for a new product. Just as often, there is little to no user base from which to conduct research. In this blog, we’ll look at how to understand the product, its potential users, and how to create the application with minimal user data and investment.
Product, User Experience, and User Interface designers provide the expertise development teams need for successful product creation. This post will cover the importance of these roles, what they contribute to product creation, and an overview of my approach to the design process.
Keyhole Labs has released an updated version of the design tool, MockOla. MockOla gives users the power to build beautiful UI wireframes, free-form designs, flow charts, and UML diagrams. Insert elements from specialized palettes by simply dragging and dropping them onto the canvas. Easily add, move, reshape, and customize the elements to fit your unique design purpose. Share your designs by downloading them in either JSON or PNG format, or save your designs locally to access and edit them later.
In today’s development environment, there is an abundance of frameworks that we can choose from for front-end or user interface (UI) work.
I was recently talking with a friend about UI development. He has also been a programmer since programming was considered an arcane art (when those of us that did it were considered like Gandalf the Grey facing the Balrog). Or maybe we just saw ourselves that way. Regardless, both of us have been Java programmers for a great deal of that time.
In this post, we introduce two frameworks that allow you to code your user interface in Java: GWT & Vaadin…
The Keyhole team is excited to announce the release of an open source UI chat component that can be embedded in applications. This UI Component is React-based and can be used for chatbot and chat-based user interfaces.
This component is stand alone. It has a configurable implementation to talk with any server-side API. This component abstracts away its data transport middleware and, in the absence of a consumer-provided implementation, emulates its own asynchronous reply….