Serge Vasil shared a super cool project on his Behance profile, it was a responsive website project he did for Adobe and the best thing about it is that you can download the PSD for some Reverse engineering. There are so many things to like about the visual design, the grid, the typography and I also really like the tablet version. Take a look after the break and I hope that inspires you on this Superbowl Sunday.
Mixed User Interface Design Inspiration by Julia Khusainova
Designing mobile applications is much more than beautiful pictures, it goes from a clear understanding of the problem to the constraints users might find along the way. With that, designers must tell a story, and like video-games, it requires an on-boarding process to welcome users and also show them what they can and cannot do with the app. Looking for references has become much more than just mocks and seeing flows and animations is the best thing in my opinion. That's why I tend to install so many apps on my phones.
Designing interfaces and products is all about iterations and testing. Wireframing is a very important part of the process, it's about testing ideas very quickly and ideate. The last thing you should think about is the look and feel, but of course you don't want something terrible to show, especially when collaborating with other designers or clients. Basiliq - Freehand UI Kit provides a great solution for this problem. With over 300 beautiful crafted UI elements ready for your prototypes. Everyone loves high quality icons.
Back to my posts about web design, UI and UX. Today I want to feature a project I saw on Pinterest titled Bandsøme and it's a web site for a modern furniture design store. The reason I felt so inclined to feature this site is because it has the major components that I believe will be the next trend in web design - Minimalist with nice typography touches like different orientation. Not to mention, the use of the International style grid. This project was created and share by Mustafa Çelik, a designer from Istambul, Turkey.