One of my hiking dreams was to one day visit the Canyon Country, the region of America's West where you'll find the most scenic national parks. Thanks to Ben Cline, a UI/UX Designer from Salt Lake City, Utah; my next adventure will be incredible with the Canyon Country National Parks app for the iPad. A yet very beautiful and colourful app to discover all these locations, monuments and recreation areas.
For more information about Ben Cline and his amazing works, you can visit his profile on Cargo Collective and follow him on Twitter @yocline.
This is a really cool project by two students from Denmark. They branded and designed an entire website for the fiction culinary brand Noma North. Check it out.
This project was done by Jimmy Laursen and Louise Sender.
Submarino Viagens is a Brazilian travel website that had this amazing redesign with a vibrant system utilized photography, rich color, and quirky typography to make the site feel accessible and familiar to previous customers.
Danish designer Mickey Switzer designed this concept for SoundCloud introducing written content. The main purpose was to get a clean, clear website that is easy to navigate and with a lot of attention to the small details. This meant — among other things — updating the basic identity with fresh icons, fresh colors and a new logo while giving attention to the existing UX.
For more from Mickey Switzer visit behance.net/Pumpthejuice.
Instagram is changing the way we take, look, and share photography. It's one of the most powerful apps out there and used by millions. Have you stopped to think about it's user interface design? If the answer is no, that means they did a great job. Either way we are going to check it out.