Ricky Casdorph

Ricky Casdorph is a user interface/visual designer at ICS and is skilled at creating compelling visuals, from concepts to prototypes. He’s experienced in a variety of mediums, including interface design, illustration and animation, and does his best work when plugged into a playlist of crushing death metal.


Blog  •  August 23, 2016  •  By Ricky Casdorph  •  UX  •  UX, touchscreen, animations, kiosk
Building a brand and sharing digital content in a way that resonates can be a challenge. As a user experience (UX) designer, how do you capture and retain the attention of busy audiences in public, private or corporate environments? And how do you meet their expectations for ever more interesting, informative and memorable experiences? The solution: well-designed user interface (UI) animations tailored to your company’s (or client’s) brand. When delivered on touchscreen-powered kiosks, these powerful animations effectively engage increasingly demanding audiences. Meeting...
Blog  •  March 31, 2014  •  By Ricky Casdorph  •  UX  •  UX, Design, Color, Visual
Color theory is often referenced when creating or viewing traditional works of art. Using color to successfully portray balance, movement and atmosphere is crucial. A painter does not use color haphazardly, they use it with purpose. It is used to organize their composition, direct the viewer’s focal point and create an emotional impact. Can these general rules be applied to interface design? Can they help create a more meaningful user experience? The answer is yes! Color in design can be quite subjective. Color affects people differently due to the user’s cultural expectations, previous...