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Impekable listed as one of the best web design services in San Jose

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On November 9, 2016
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  • affordable web design company, affordable web design services, award winning design, bay area, best design companies, best design in san jose, best web design services, interface design, plan your website, professional web development company, project web design, responsive web design company, web page planner, web page planning, website project plan
Impekable is proud to announce that we have been listed as one of the top web design companies in San Jose on Agency List! Agency List is a national directory of the top agencies in each major city from New York to San Francisco. They list the leading companies across different creative services including advertising, […]
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How Mobile Apps Can Promote Postitive Thinking

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On October 12, 2016
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  • attitude, bay area, best app design, client, contentment, facebook, feel good, gratitude, gratitude journal, habit, happiness, headspace, journal, meditation, mental health, mentality, mindfulness, motivation, positive vibes, positivity, san francisco, san jose, silicon valley, social media, technology, thankfulness, twitter, UI, ui ux, ui ux design, user experience, user experience design, user interface, user interface design, UX, ux ui, ux ui design
You log into Facebook and scroll through your feed, You see a cat video one moment and ugly politics on the next. This emotional whiplash can take a toll on a person’s mood and even induce a state of negativity. Social media is habit forming, sometimes you open apps without even knowing.  In a time […]
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Push Notifications as a Double-Edged Sword

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On September 30, 2016
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  • app design, DAU, development, engagement, interaction, mobile app, mobile app development, push notifications, startup, UI, ui design, ui ux, ui ux design, user experience, user interface, user patterns, UX, ux design, ux ui, ux ui design
During an interview at the TechWeek LA conference in January, Pek Pongpaet describes the “double-edged sword” of push notifications.   Push notifications are considered as the number one reason for users to re-engage with an app. An article on EMarketer.com found that app engagement was “88% higher on average among mobile app users worldwide who […]
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20 UX UI App Design Instagrams You Should Follow

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On September 28, 2016
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  • animation, app design, carmelo anthony, design, design inspiration, design process, dribbble, icons, instagram, interaction, iron man, lebron james, marvel, michael jordan, mobile design, principle, social media, UI, ui design, ui ux design, user experience, user interface, UX, ux design, ux ui design, viral, web design, wireframe
The UI UX design community is growing everywhere. This includes niche sites like Dribbble as well as the social media platforms you know and love. Here is a list of 20 Instagram accounts (in no particular order) that cater to designers that are looking for inspiration, resources, and news.   #1. UItrends Our first Instagram account […]
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5 reasons why your ‘freemium’ app isn’t doing well

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On September 23, 2016
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  • bait and switch, dating, free app, fremium, mobile app design, monetization, monetize, money, premium, pushbullet, sales, tinder, UI, ui design, ui ux design, user experience, user interface, UX, ux design, ux ui design
Another day passes and you notice your freemium app isn’t monetizing any users. It seems as if every day there’s a new product on the App Store crawling the “Top Grossing” charts, and you can’t help but to think that they’re doing something right and you’re not. You have this awesome idea for a mobile […]
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Best 5 Voice Over IP APIs For Mobile App Development

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On September 21, 2016
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  • android, api, app development, asterisk, back end, bandwidth, coding, developer, easy integration, easy to implement, full stack, iOS, mobile app, mobile app development, mobile apps, mobile communications, native app development, networks, nexmo, phone call, plivo, programmer, sdk, sipwise, technology, turn-key, twilio, voice over internet protocol, voice over ip, voip, voips
We live in a time where there is a heavy emphasis on mobile experiences, so adding calling capability to your app should be no problem right? Well in order for your app to make calls, it has to use data rather than cellular. This isn’t possible without a Voice Over Internet Protocol.   Voice Over […]
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6 Ways to Create The Classroom of The Future

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On September 14, 2016
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  • app design tools, apple classroom, apple tv, aruba networks, automatic, classroom, e-learning, education, field trip, future, interface design, ios app programing, ipad, mobile development, stratalogica, tecnology, UI, ui design, ui ux, ui ux design, user experience, user experience design, user interface, UX, ux design, ux ui, ux ui design
Classrooms today use some form of technology like Powerpoint presentations or grading and turning in assignments online. However, there are parts of the classroom experience that can be improved by connecting with technology. Here are six ways you can create a classroom that can help students learn better while saving time.   #1. Field Trips […]
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Mobile App UX Design: Discoverability vs. Findability

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On August 31, 2016
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  • design, discoverability, doordash, education, findability, food, graphic design, grub, GUI, interface design, mobile, mobile app, resources, search, technology, UI, ui design, ui ux, ui ux design, usability, user experience, user experience design, UX, ux design, ux ui, ux ui design, yelp, yum
Discoverability is the ability of the mobile app to bring awareness to users of something that they didn’t know was there before.   In the context of food apps, imagine you found out your town had a specific type of restaurant that you didn’t know existed before. If the app managed to alert you to […]
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Shifting Away From Dark Mobile UX Patterns

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On August 17, 2016
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  • ambrosia, api, casual games, dark patterns, dark side, darth vader, design, development, game design, github, google maps, IAP, in-app purchases, interface design, linkedin, mobile app, mobile development, mobile navigation, native hybrid, olympus rising, pinterest, podcast, social media, star wars, UI, ui design, ui ux, ui ux design, usability, user, user experience design, UX, ux blog, ux design, ux ui, ux ui design, waze
The role of a user experience designer involves being aware when an app is manipulating you. People who are not in the field tend to have these occurrences happen where they are compelled to buy a particular thing or achieve a desired outcome in the app. Good user experience designers constantly reevaluate these events and […]
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Introducing The Impekable Design Intensive!

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On July 18, 2016
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  • app, app development, design, development, learn, mobile, sketch, UI, UX, workshop
  Impekable Design Studios has a track record of training and nurturing new UX UI designers from all walks of life –  from architecture to military services. We wanted to pass on our design methodology to ambitious students who were ready to jump-start their career in software design for tech. We will provide the tools […]
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