The website I plan to make comparisons between its pc and mobile counterpart is Audible. I’ve been using Audible under the premium plan since the final months of Summer of 2020, and I’ve been quite pleased with the experience I’ve had since then. Truth be told, I started off using the app version on my phone, so I was a little caught off guard as to how my interactions with the desktop and mobile, website UI would play out. …


After digging around for websites with a theme revolving around fitness I found one that has a layout so tedious to navigate that even a general health website, say Healthline, is able to present exercise content in easy to digest top 10 lists.

ExRx.net has an interesting take on organization for its links on its homepage, by formatting them in a 4x6 layout of boxed links. There’s no other information other than the bottom and top tabs that pretty much lead to the same links as the boxed links, just more pleasant with their layout. Cherry on top, there is…


A website I found in doing research for competitors for the bad websites we’re trying to think of solutions to fix was this one called Hexany Audio: Hexany Audio — Video Game Audio Company — Sound, Music, Voice Over. Obviously this one was far superior compared to Reflex-Studio, but I was not prepared for how dynamic and professional this website was. For starters, a neat feature I noticed was the contact info for their phone and email formatted to the top left corner of the UI, along with social media icons that light up according to their app color themes…


From the article “The 3 Big Differences Between UX And UI Design By Alan Smith”, I was able to get solid understanding between the differentiation between UX design and UI design. From my initial take from the read, UX deals with the product’s entire build, from start to finish, and UI deals with the final results with evaluating the interactions of the end-users. Pretty much UX deals with the functions desired by the clients that aren’t apparent right away and UI deals with what can be seen and physically interacted with by the end-users. That analogy with the house, describing…

Ricardo Sanchez

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store