For your inspiration, four minimal desktop backgrounds featuring the beautiful Museo Sans typeface. Here’s the download link.Permanent link
image via lovely stuff
When you design a product, like it or not it but takes a personality with it’s users. We are relational beings and we create emotional connections to the products we use regularly. This means we feel certain ways about our phone, our email app, our car and the bank we use.
Like humans, products can make a good or a bad first impression. A product can come accross as interesting or boring, respectful or rude, it can inspire trust or confusion.Permanent link
Huggable is a term we use to describe the type of design work we aim to produce at Hug™.
A hug is an intimate way of expressing emotions and indicates familiarity, love, affection and friendship. A huggable design is one that goes an extra mile to put a smile on your face.
Our goal at Hug™ is to help our clients improve the experience on their apps and websites. We do it by focusing on the emotional side of the design, with colors, illustrations and strategies meant to give your product a human personality.
We will be accepting work in a few months.Permanent link
gorgeous illustrations by Jessica Hische
If you wanted to write a web application you could outsource all the work to India. You’d look for a company that can deliver your application in reasonable time for the cheapest price. After you narrow your search down to less than a dozen companies that give you a good deal, you would probably go with the one that has the nicest phone operator.
Now let’s compare this to the following scenario. You are Wired Magazine, and you need an illustration for an article. How do you choose an illustrator? Can you do it cheaper in India? Is cheaper even a factor when choosing? Can you use stock images?Permanent link