Yann Liqueur-Salzédo of Infografix and Fabrice Nordmann of 1-more-thing will be running a full-day workshop at the Apple Canada offices on April 28th. I attended Yann’s design workshop last year, and it was full of very useful design philosophy, cool examples of his own work, and interface techniques. This time, Fabrice Nordmann will be joining […]
Archives for March 2014
This post is about the progress tracker design pattern. A progress tracker is a user interface pattern that breaks down a multi-step process into parts in order to simplify it for the user. Buttons are easy to create in FileMaker, but what if you want a custom shape and don’t have Photoshop? Here are step-by-step […]
The first in a series on the basics of visual design for FileMaker. Lines connect points, divide space, create borders and shapes. Lines are important in FileMaker design because they help establish the visual structure and reinforce the conceptual design of an application.