An interesting project to share that involves interaction & UI/UX for Sherpahire.com. What is a sherpa? I honestly had to look it up and discover that web design was done specifically for a target audience and for this case as elite mountaineers and experts in their local area. It's an interesting approach since the focal point of the design is all about the search surrounded by a gallery of beautiful imagery. Since the images are part of what's called the center piece, everything else from the typography and micro-interactions are only played as an extra role. Published on Behance is the collaborative work from Alexander Laguta, Kate Laguta, Alexander Aubakirov, Alexei Rezvanov and Andrey Petrunin. All together sharing their expertise in Art Direction to Motion Design. Props to everyone involved. Sherpahire is the unique service allowing travelers to find sherpas and orginize their trekking vacation. We were asked to create a simple and eye-catchy interface allowing to find a sherpa, meet like-minded travelers and get inspired about Nepal as a trekking destination. We have used simple geometrical forms to create general style for Sherpahire brand and easy to follow interface allowing visitor to solve his goal and meet Nepal at a glance. Enjoy! Project Gallery Credits Alexander Laguta Kate Laguta Alexander Aubakirov Alexei Rezvanov Andrey Petrunin More Links More about this project on Behance
Let's take a look at this interaction design & UI/UX project from the folks over Bachoo Design Studio. Their project is called: Kickstagram, an Instagram Marketing Tool. We've seen many Instagram tools out there but a lot of them lack features that will actually make us use it even more. If you remove the UI aspect from Kickstagram that is simple and clean. I liked the features that complement the application as well like Drafting & Posting and especially the Drag & Drop Scheduling is a neat idea. Bachoo Design Studio is a design team located in Kyiv, Ukraine. They would mainly work into web design, graphic design, UI/UX and more. You should definitely follow their work on Behance. Photo Gallery More Links Check out Bachoo Design Studio's site bachoodesign.com Follow Bachoo Design Studio on Behance
We would like to share a simple and yet great enough interaction design and UI/UX of an Pay App Concept and featuring a prototype using Framer. Designed by Seoul-based Jaewoong You, what's interesting here is the language. Instead of having expressed a standard english, I think what is shown here is Korean. I also liked the use of button as toggle to trigger different cards and options. Jaewoong You is a UI/UX designer based in Seoul, Korea. There isn't much more information about Jaewoong but I would suggest to follow his work on Behance. Photo Gallery More Links Follow Jaewoong You on Behance
You know how we feel about redesigns on ABDZ right? It's always a good thing to take a look at them and see what was the general thinking behind each concept. What was improved from the actual product. That way, you can definitely have a better idea. It is for this redesign concept for Dribbble that involves interaction design and iOS design. Designed by Vietnam-based designer Tran Mau Tri Tam, we are introduced to a simpler UI. I think what was the most interesting feature highlighted by Tran was Custom Tabs where you can organize your own tabs. A simple feature that can increase the overall user experience. Tran Mau Tri Tam is a UX/UI designer based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, he is also an exclusive elite author over at Envato Melbourne. You should definitely check out his latest work via his Behance. I decided to challenge myself make a small concept that would let you know what I would like to add into Dribbble iOS App's features. I also redesign almost visual interface what may make Dribbble looks better, at least for me Concept Gallery More Links Follow Tran Mau Tri Tam's latest work on Behance
We are taking a look at this interaction design & motion project of the iOS app called: Defind. What is it? It's an app that will search of word for you by you defining its definition. The concept might be useless to some but I liked about this project is about its execution, flow, motion and overall UI design. Designed by Alex Pluda, the app is taking through different sections to find that particular word from research, synonyms, translation and more. Alex Pluda is working as general manager at A Maza Inc where he focus his work into interaction design, UI/UX and graphic design. You might have recognized his Barry the Touch Bar project, check it out via his Behance. How many times it happens we can’t remember that word we need. This time has come ti an end (almost). Defind helps you to remember any word just by typing a definition. Links Make sure to follow the latest from Alex Pluda on Behance
An Interaction Design and Art Direction for Refugee Nation by Justin Au. I don't know if you guys remember at the last Olympics, we've witnessed a team of refugee athletes compete in the games. A first in the history and since they had no official "home" to call their own, no anthem and no flag. A flag of the "Refugee Nation," created by Syrian refugee was orange and black, to represent the life vests the athletes wore as they set off in boats for a better life. It's quite a beautiful story, I would definitely the full project via his Behance. Justin Au a designer and an art director working at Ogilvy & Mather New York. Currently based in Brooklyn, you should definitely follow his Behance where you'll find work for IBM, 36 days of type and more. Video Bringing the world together to support Refugees. For the first time in Olympics history, the games saw a team of refugee athletes compete in the games. But unlike other competitors supported by their nation countries, these champions had no official "home" to call their own, and thus, no anthem and no flag. The flag of the "Refugee Nation," created by Syrian refugee Yara Said, was orange and black, to represent the life vests the athletes wore as they set off in boats for a better life. Another Syrian refugee, composer Moutaz Arian, created a wordless anthem to convey a universal message of love and hope. The Refugee Flag has since become an international symbol of welcome and inclusion. It is hoisted all over the world by different people, organizations, and even countries as a sign of solidarity in support of refugees. I was tasked with designing a web experience that captured and explained the idea behind the flag and all that it stands, to visitors from all over the world who may have stumbled upon its colors. Links Follow Justin Au on Behance
I am not a true believer of fancy mockups when reviewing a UI/UX project, what's more, interesting is the process behind its concept. The user flow, the wireframes, and the actual UI are all part of it all. Let's take a look at this mobile application of an app called Pay & Go. Designed by the folks at Meat Agency, their goals were to basically change your payment behaviours. Meat Agency is a studio that specialized in product design where they have worked with startups and brands on researches, prototyping, copywriting, branding, visual design for web/interfaces and all kinds of development. Pay & Go is an electronic payment platform, that helps everyone on the everyday needs It saves your time and gives a piece of mind for the periodic and instant payments of your life. Basically it changes your payments behavior. Links More information about Meat Agency: meat.agency Follow them on Behance
Domino's PizzAPP is an app where you can order your pizza by reading the traditional menu, by selecting each ingredient to create your own pizza, by experiencing the most innovative ways to order: Pizza Match and Lucky Pizza. Currently available in Italy, this is the work from the folks over Alkemy. The interaction design is putting a delicate and characteristic touch to the micro-interactions meanwhile the addition of the illustrations adds an overall simple approach for a very friendly experience. Alkemy is a studio based in Milano, Italy. Where they will work in the fields of Consulting, e-Commerce, Creativity & Brand Strategy, Social Media, Content, UX & Design, Media & Performance and Technology. Make sure to check out their site at alkemy.com. An unexpected experience is not only a foreign brand making pizza with Italian ingredients but also a mix of experiences that people can live thanks to Domino's Pizza. And thanks to this App. Check out Alkemy's site: alkemy.com
And yet another Interaction Design & UI/UX for you guys today. This time is the work from Phoenix the Creative Studio based in Montreal, QC for InSymbiosis. They are a pharmaceutical company and boy we know how most of them are looking pretty boring and unfriendly. Well, it's not the case with this one. In a universe of what is sexy, original and scientific; what I love the most about this design is the hamburger button. I know what we all think about this button but this treatment is quite genuine and playful. Worth a look! Phoenix the Creative Studio is a studio based in Montreal, QC, Canada (Yay!). They are focusing their work into emotions, interactions; create brand experiences that engage people. Breaking standards in the goal to connect people together. InSymbiosis is a pharmaceutical company that assists in the development of new medicinal drugs. The company acts as a mediator between the client and the research and marketing team. Far from the austere and dull look of the medical world, we created a universe both sexy, original and scientific. We wanted a fresh and innovative website that offered a friendly vision of the pharmaceutical world. Our team, which was keen to leave behind the typical illustrations of pills, microscopes and white blouses, turned to the theme of the aquatic and microscopic universe. Numerous animations populate the website; in particular molecules and anemones created in WebGL which interact with the user in a floating movement. Project Gallery More Links Check out Phoenix the Creative Studio Site: phoenix.cool Follow Phoenix Studio on Behance
Let's take a look at this UI/UX & Interaction Design project by Doeun Shin by an app concept called: Meallow. What is it? It's an app that helps children in growing up at making their diet with the right food and etc. It's an interesting concept where from the wireframes, Does start her thinking in child information (profile), meal planning and browsing. After setup the profile, you can a series of recipes and also given the difficulty of cooking where you can get suggestions as well. I liked the overall UI and also the user flow where you can be dispensable within the Meallow app for the better growth of your kids or in the near future. Doeun Shin is a student in graphic design and UI based in Seoul, Korea. She just started her Behance, make sure to follow her. MEALLOW is a service that helps children in growing up to make their diet with the nutrients they need. This is based on the health information of the user who wants to care and the ingredients. This helps children achieve balanced energy intake and assesses appropriate growth. Photo Gallery More Links Follow Doeun Shin on Behance
We are checking out this app design concept that involves UX and motion for a community called: Onstreet. Designed by Seoul-based designer Jaejin Bong, it's an app based on a mixture of photo app and a shopping experience. So basically you're sharing your daily look and you can tag the items that you are wearing so others can collect that information to buy them. It's an elaborate take on mobile shopping and I think that the idea is quite unique. I am not personally the genre of person to take a picture of my outfit but there's a certainty of a market of users for this experience and I'll be intrigued to see how the future holds as the retail experience is slowing dying. Check it out! Behind this concept is the work from Jaejin Bong who is a UI & Graphic Designer based in Seoul, Korea. You should definitely check out his Behance for more projects. ONSTREET is the service that is literally used on the "Street". Street shows everyone’s fashion. Gallery More Links Make sure to follow Jaejin on Behance
Let's take a look at this interaction design & UI/UX for a MacOs app named Mailcube, behind the app we have the team over Significa that believed that the email is not dead and it's all about how you treat this relationship. Right off the bat, you are introduce to what they called: faces where you can customize as you pleased through faces (categories) like messages, contacts, attachments and more. What I liked the most is the fact that your notifications are filtered and you can organize your emails by dragging a cube (kind of like creating a channel on Slack). You can join their private beta here. Behind this design, we have the work from Significa, a creative studio based in Porto, Portugal. Currently focusing their work into interaction design and brand development. You should definitely see their motto through their work and it's about good design thinking that can answer almost any question and solve most problems. Even though many of us have declared email dead, it's up to all of us to breathe new life into it. Let's face it: you're not going to stop using email, so, instead, why not work on the relationship?
Let's share our first interaction design project this week of a cooking app concept named: Ecook. Designed by Ha Truong, we are approached with an app that can help you cook more through daily menus and suggestions depending on the weather or whatnot. What's cool about this concept is the integration of watching what famous chefs are sharing as recipes, on the other hand I really liked this user flow from the shopping list to the actual cooking. Check it out! Behind this concept, we are sharing the work from Ha Truong who is a designer based in Hanoi, Vietnam. He is shifting his work lately into interaction design, you get to experience his thinking through his concepts and ideas that are pretty great. Definitely worth following on Behance. Ecook is an application that helps users find and share recipes with the community. In addition, Ecook has the ability to suggest daily menus based on the current time and weather, helping users find and choose the most suitable and the best food. You can plan to cook delicious meals for your family with delicious dishes from ecook. Ecook members can watch famous chefs cook food or watch them share great recipes. Cooking is easier and more interesting with Ecook.
Let's take a look at this project about Web Design & UI/UX by Kamila Figura on her work of a hotel & spa named New Wave. I really loved her colour palette throughout this whole project, it does bring a theme of relaxation and pleasant stay. From the UI/UX site of things, I am loving the direction but personally not to keen about the treatment on the submenu (on desktop) where there's too much negative space. Overall, it's looking great and her photography direction is just top-notch! Via Behance, we are showing the work of Kamila Figura who is a digital product designer based in Katowice, Poland. A mixture of UI/UX, branding, web design and graphic design are part of her wide range of skills. You should definitely check out her Dribbble. Branding and Responsive Website designed for the New Wave Hotel based in Wisła, Poland. Logo was created for is a modern resort highly know for its SPA facilities. Hotel captures its guests with an glass covered swimming pool with a view of the mountains. The whole project regarded to capture in the minimal form the essence of this unique place. The hotel offers stylish rooms which needed a simple and effortless web access. Website is responsive and easily accessible on mobile devices. Branding included business cards, leaflets, brochures, menu, key cards, photoshoot, Facebook and other social media covers and ads, company's identity in general. Website is minimalistic, clean and modern like the estate.
Let's take a closer look at the Interaction Design & Art Direction work from New York based studio named Anton & Irene. They usually work for clients or self-initiated projects but this time is for a friend named Shantell Martin who is an artist who is best known for her black and white drawings. You definitely check out the full case study as well. Published on Behance, this is a project by Anton & Irene who are a studio based in Brooklyn, New York. They are the kind of people where they will be interested in new projects, ideas, student work and more. We love their work and they are the real definition of designers, check out their site. We usually work for clients, we sometimes do self-initiated projects, but this was the first project we did for a friend.
Let's take a look at this interaction design project that is quite interesting that involves UI/UX as well. It's a concept display named: Caseture that uses gesture based interactions in digital experiences. It could a glimpse that what could be a potential experience in the near future, for the "case" being they worked on a concept through how every human action passes through 7 stages. I would definitely advise to watch the videos as well to completely understand the whole experience. Published on Behance is the work from the mighty folks from demodern, a digital agency based in Cologne and Hamburg (Germany). You should definitely check out their Caseture site for the whole experience. Caseture is a humanscale screen installation that explores the potential of gesture based interactions in digital experiences. Having emotions at the core of its concept, it's a journey based on the theoretical basis of Donald Norman's ‘Stages of Action' - how every human action passes through 7 stages. Videos Credits Luis Uribe Eduardo Marzionna
Let's take a look at this interesting interaction design concept of a transit tracker by Matteo Mapelli. As I am starting to see a trend with designers using the font: Montserrat; it's a great readable font especially on apps. What I really enjoy about this concept is the main (bottom) navigation, that subtle-overlayed gradient and wrapped with the menu button is quite neat. What raises a question is the use of the map when you've actually found your destination and also the use of the other features from the navigation. Overall, it's pretty great! Published via Behance is the work from Matteo Mapelli who is a digital art director based in Milan, Italy. Focusing his work into UI/UX, web design and art direction, you should definitely follow Matteo on Instagram.