[VIP] Master UI Design Elements: The Hidden Secrets

200+ pages of actionable tips and tricks for your everyday design decisions.

[VIP] Master UI Design Elements: The Hidden Secrets

200+ pages of actionable tips and tricks for your everyday design decisions.

Many moons ago, I opened Photoshop wanting to create designs that people would use. Very soon after that, I encountered the frustration of not understanding the basic fundamentals of design.

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After a lot of trial and error, looking at other people's work and trying to reverse engineer everything, I got a solid understanding of how to create beautiful and functional interfaces.

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What I was truly missing in those early years was a simple guide for every single element there. Not medium posts, not Instagram carousels - but real-life examples and why they are used in this scenario.

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That is why I created this book. I wanted to share everything I've learned about interface design in a concise format that everybody understands.

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Who is this book for?

  • People just starting on in interface design
  • ‍♀️ UX designers who lack confidence in their visual skills
  • ‍ Developers who love to build end-to-end experiences

What do you get inside?

  • How to get into the designer mindset
  • Master typography and use it to your advantage
  • Understand color and learn how to manipulate it with ease
  • Create a hierarchy that works for the people using the product

Learn the fundamentals and best practices for:

  • Forms and fields

  • Buttons

  • Selection controls

  • Navigation

  • Cards

  • Tables

How to take your skills to the next level

After reading the book, you will:

  • Be more confident in the design decisions you are making
  • Learn how to design readable and useful interfaces
  • ❌ Notice mistakes and bad practices other companies use 

Who is the eBook not for?

  • ❌ People who don't want to learn best practices in UI design
  • ❌ Tobias van Schneider
  • ❌ Developers who just do code
  • ❌ Designers that are top-rated on Dribbble


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