The Rise of Design Systems

Today, we all design lots of cross-platform applications and instead of designing components individually we must design flexible design systems. Why? It’s great for teams. A unified design system helps maintain consistency, avoids confusion and redundant work. A good design system enables faster speed to market, making it easier to collaborate with people all over […]

September 25, 2017


Design., Tech.

The Future of Customer On-boarding

On-boarding is an area in which all businesses are constantly seeking marginal gains and improvements. Whether in financial services, entertainment or any other sector, everyone wants to enable new customers or users to join quickly and easily, with the ultimate goal obviously being to increase the number of customers the business has. Naturally over the […]

June 20, 2017



5 Mobile App Trends For 2017

Last month the Radical team predicted 6 UI trends we expect to see in 2017. This month, we’re looking at what to expect from mobile apps this year. 1. Android Instant Apps Announced at Google’s developer conference last year and now in a live trial phase, Android Instant Apps represent a significant change in how […]

March 1, 2017


Design., Experience., Tech.

The Biggest UI Trends For 2017

UI-what? In the digital age, web and mobile apps are becoming increasingly important for businesses across all sectors. These are the ways in which many consumers first, or even solely, interact with brands. As such, providing a user friendly way of operating these products is vital. That’s where UI comes in. Defined as the means […]

February 6, 2017



The Influence of Digital on Mortgages

Mortgage providers find themselves in an increasingly competitive market, with buyers having more options than ever before. There is a need to differentiate in order to survive. But while the increased number of options makes the market competitive, it also risks complicating things further for consumers. Whether buying for the first time, remortgaging or purchasing […]

February 1, 2017