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Providing actionable feedback is key to the success of any design project. Here are resources to help non-designers develop fluency.
Here's how to configure a Linux system for Qt desktop development, including easy-to-follow instructions.
Whether designing for desktop or touchscreen, your goal as a UX designer is to allow users to interact with content in a way that works for them.
If you struggle with initially getting Qt set up for development with the Qt Creator IDE and a C++ compiler, check out our step-by-step instructions.
Creating user experiences that feel natural should be the goal of any touch-interface designer. Here's how we developed the page turner.
While Yocto is complex, it's easy to get started. You don't even need embedded hardware. Here's how to get going.
Social media is challenging UX designers to tell compelling stories in new ways. Understanding users’ online behaviors is key.
If you're attending the 2016 Qt World Summit in San Francisco, check out ICS' tactical training courses on October 18.
Raspberry Pi 3 ships with on-board support for Bluetooth. Check out some of the example programs included in the Qt 5.7.0 release of Qt Bluetooth.
Well-designed, tailored user interface animations delivered on touchscreens effectively engage increasingly demanding audiences.
With the new Qt Gamepad module, it's easier for game developers to support input from gamepads in a portable manner.
Incorporating natural behavior in touch interaction enhances the user experience.