Category: Learn

  • Visibility

    Visibility is an element that you need to put on everything that you build now, like product, system, project management, etc. Once you put it you’ll minimize questions and false hope. For example, Gojek put live tracking on the driver who bring the package to your home, they also put estimated time arrived at destination. […]

  • Create simple input component in Figma x ReactJS

    We currently live in the time that design tools become so great, they fill the gap between designer and developer. Developer not only can create user interface exactly like the mockup, but also they can consider to create code that easy to scale and easy to manage. The methodology like 8pt grid and atomic design […]

  • Guide to Good Typography

    Creating a good typography is such as confusing for me, there is no exact formula that I can implement to every web that I made. Until I found some resources that will guide me to the right path; Interactive Guide to Blog Typography Basic things that you have to know how to create good typography […]

  • Words are Matter

    Lately I found some interesting articles about how words are so important. They are: Screenshots are so Last Year: How to Write a Case Study That Wins You Clients by Lauren Holliday, Words by Justin Jackson, and Most of the web really sucks if you have a slow connection by Dan Luu My portfolio site itself still […]

  • Read, just read…

    At its heart, web design should be about words. Words don’t come after the design is done. Words are the beginning, the core, the focus. Start with words. From pretty neat web page

  • Background-blend-mode ruin firefox

    just because a browser has a features, doesn’t mean you should use it! –

  • Meering Design Story

    Meering Design Story

    I just created Meering – an HTML/CSS company profile template which contains 4 pages; homepage, studio/about page, works/portfolios page, and work/portfolio detail page. And I’ll tell you the story behind the design.

  • Better Done than Perfect

    Lieur was founded in 2014. Almost 2 years it didn’t has a website. I mean a real website that lead someone who doesn’t know about us to someone who know what Lieur is. At least they know that Lieur is design studio, what we’ve done, and how to contact us. We’re too busy to reach […]

  • The Hamburger Problem

    The Hamburger Problem

    As we know, many UX designers suggest to not use hamburger menu anymore. The main problem is it lacks of information. So I try to use another solutions, make the menu clearer. How? I use the word “Menu” or/and add arrow icon beside it. More clearer, huh? Not really, people tend to not click it […]

  • #askdrwebquote

    If you are a great designer, then just be a great designer. That’s never enough. – Jeffrey Zeldman (Link) Anyway, Jeffrey will hire a people who write a blog. So keep writing! 🙂