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Vibor Cipan

Vibor Cipan is the CEO and founder of Point Jupiter. Before starting and joining Point Jupiter, Cipan worked at UX Passion and at Microsoft Development Center in Copenhagen and before that at Microsoft Croatia. He is a published author, well-known professional and speaker, often seen talking at local and international conferences about business, startups, software development, user experience, and service design topics. In his spare time, he enjoys the great outdoors, bike rides, traveling, and writing. Some of his hobbies include amateur meteorology and astronomy, writing and music.

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How to design UI for beginners, experts, and intermediates - Annie Spratt on Unsplash

How to design UI for beginners, experts, and intermediates?

How do we design UI and UX for beginners, intermediates or experts? People advance through their skill spectrum and we need to accommodate it.

Mental, implementation and representation models in UX and development - photo by Marianne Bos

UX mental model, implementation and represented models in UX and development

In UX (user experience) design and development, 3 models are critical: mental, implementation, and representation models. Read all about them.

What are Core Web Vitals and how to measure them?

What are Core Web Vitals and how to measure them?

Core Web Vitals are metrics related to page load speed, responsiveness, and visual stability. Learn about them and how to measure them.

Point Jupiter at GEW 2019: Mapping user experiences and customer journeys

Point Jupiter at GEW: Mapping UX and customer journeys

How do you map user experiences and what is the customer journey? Our Design Lead and CEO delivered lecture and workshop at GEW 2019 in Split.

Point Jupiter announced as winner in global agency awards

Point Jupiter announced is the winner of the global agency award

We are happy to announce that Point Jupiter is selected as one of the leading UX design agencies globally, and a leading agency in Croatia.

What is participatory design and what makes it so great? hoto by Perry Grone on Unsplash

Participatory design: What is and what makes it so great?

We explore what is participatory design, and what exactly makes it such a great practice in usability research. We share tips and insights.

One-on-one meetings are part of Point Jupiter experience. Photo by Amy Hirschi on Unsplash.

One-on-one meetings: What are they and how to run them?

Read our complete guide to productive one-to-one meetings. What are they, how often you should run one-on-one meetings, and what to expect.

Explained: noopener noreferrer nofollow. Photo by Caspar Camille Rubin on Unsplash.

Explained: noopener, noreferrer, and nofollow Values

This post explains what are the rel=”noopener noreferrer nofollow”, their usage and security and search engine optimization (SEO) implications.

The best questions for usability testing. Photo by José Alejandro Cuffia on Unsplash.

Best Questions for Usability Testing – What to Ask

Best questions for usability testing are honest, direct, and help you get the most out of the usability testing session. Here are our favorites.

If writing the excellent code and engineering isn’t enough, then which soft skills developers need? Photo by Christin Hume on Unsplash.

Soft Skills for Developers – The Ultimate Guide

Besides being a good coder, every developer needs soft skills in their toolbox. Check out our Ultimate Guide to Soft Skills for Developers.