Writing an application with Qt? Here's an easy way to represent dates.
We built a cool interactive trade show game. Here's how we did it.
What can designers learn about ethics from the field of architecture?
It makes financial sense to champion UX design in your product development efforts.
Usability should be a top priority for medical devices. Yet devices with poor usability still find their way to market.
Modern C++ leads to code that's easier to understand, easier to maintain and better performing.
To reap the benefits of UX design, including increased ROI, enhanced productivity and reduced development risk, you need a cogent strategy.
Here's a look at the Qt ecosystem and some of the significant events and milestones from 2018.
Here's how to turn fun game-play into a messenger for your brand.
The market for wearable tech is booming and users are looking for devices both helpful and easy to use. UX designers must rise to the challenge.
Here's a look at some of the other timer classes provided by Qt that may be unfamiliar if you've only used a simple QTimer.
Creating natural and frictionless interactive experiences may mean limiting button use.
Last week's sold-out Qt World Summit in Boston brought together developers from coast to coast to explore product development using Qt.
Want to design a better, more successful product? Learn from Facebook's mistakes.
Developing widget-based apps? You can generate user interfaces dynamically with Qt Designer UI files.
Creating a natural user interface requires a good understanding of how hands actually interact with screens.
Things sure have changed for web developers. Here's a look at how their jobs have grown increasingly complex since Y2K.
QCompleter provides completions for user entry based on an item model, and is supported by QLineEdit and QComboBox widgets.
Designing for embedded devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) is challenging because unlike with web and desktop, there are few common design aspects shared across devices.
Can Python and PyQt be used effectively to develop large, complex (typically desktop) applications? Find out.
Can a robot do a designer's job? Should it?
Sure, it used to be impossible. But these days, you can build your app before deciding which platforms to deploy it to.
If you use NUI principles to design a touch interface you'll get better results than if you default to GUI principles.
Your QML-based applications can follow UX design best practices using these features.
Why are fire trucks red? Why not green? As a designer, you must always keep an open mind.
New technologies and cutting-edge IoT products require substantial design effort — even for the simplest-appearing designs.
In the two-part Qt Basics, we'll look at Qt's support for input masks and validators. Today we explore support from widgets. In a future installment we'll look at how these features are supported from QML.
We built a cool large-format Plinko-style game for use at a trade show. Here's how we did it.