I have seen more websites focusing on beautiful grid systems that resemble magazines. The challenge still is how to create a flexible enough system for any type of content or a system that is smart enough to identify the type of content and define the layout that best fits that content. Some services are out there like The Grid. I have been spending a lot of time myself trying to come up with something simpler yet modern for the new Abduzeedo. For this post I'd like to feature the work of a young swiss student, Pierre Georges. He has been doing such inspiring work exploring beautiful designs for the web. His website is being a great example. Pierre Georges aka Nerval is a 22 years old swiss interaction designer based in Lausanne, Switzerland. Currently, he is a student at ECAL in "Media & Interaction Design." For more information about Pierre, visit his website, which is pretty cool, at http://www.nerval.ch/
As I spend my weekends working on the new design for Abduzeedo I take a lot of time browsing for references and saving designs I think might be a good source of inspiration. Behance is one of my favorites because it gives to designers more room to expose their work. One project that I quite liked is the Adriatic Luxury Hotels Website shared by Degordian, Marko Cvijetić and Hrvoje Grubisic. The bold typography and the contrast of the layout are definitely are some of the things I like about their design. Adriatic Luxury Hotels is the collection of finest independent luxury hotels in Dubrovnik, Croatia. We created a visually attractive and responsive website to provide a user friendly experience for visitors from all devices. For more information check out https://www.behance.net/gallery/31280867/Adriatic-Luxury-Hotels-Website
I believe we have already posted about this website for the Sites of the Week in the past, however I would like to feature it on a full post because it's still one of the sites that really caught my attention in terms of beautiful execution and seamless integration of audio, video and typography. Kudos to Benjamin Guedj and Digital Creative Boutique Watson DG. From celebrated documentarian Asif Kapadia, AMY is a powerful documentary exploring the triumphant career and tragic life of singer Amy Winehouse. Watson brought the powerful documentary online by building a site that showcases a sampling of the unarchived, never-before-seen footage of Winehouse and gives users a forum to comment on their relationship with the film and the artist. The AMY site is structured by themes that apply to both Amy Winehouse's life and the documentary's narrative arc. These themes serve to connect with the visitor on an emotional level and are brought to life by carefully cut and timed fullscreen background video. Because some of the most prolific commentary on Winehouse’s life comes from the artist herself, quotes by Winehouse from Kapadia’s film animate over each theme section’s video. Throughout the site, fans of the film and the artist are able to leave their own comments to be displayed in each theme section. The site also serves as the documentary’s official online destination with link outs to ticketing and information on the director and production team. Visitors are also able to download a wealth of shareable assets throughout the site or link directly to a particular theme on social media. For more information check tout http://www.watsondg.com/
Phillipe Hong is an Art Director, UX Designer and Front-End developer currently working at Airtasker, Sydney. Being able to have the basic knowledge of fonts, colours, interaction and design is definitely one thing. But to be able to code Front-End is just the right mixture of somebody who truly understand the relationship of a designer/developer collaboration. All Rights to Phillipe Hong All Rights to Phillipe Hong All Rights to Phillipe Hong All Rights to Phillipe Hong All Rights to Phillipe Hong All Rights to Phillipe Hong All Rights to Phillipe Hong Links More info about Phillipe Hong: http://philippehong.com Follow Phillipe on Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/philippehong
When I started my industrial design course back in the 90s our focus was on either furniture design or visual identities. It was all about designing and creating documentation through styleguides. Today we see the evolution of this, where the focus instead of print is on digital, especially mobile apps. Sponsored by Gatorade is a simple, yet quite good example. Gatorade is well known as the official sponsor of the best champions. The awareness in Italy is almost 100% but... the number of amateurs who drink it during their training is decreasing every year, because it is perceived too far from their everyday needs. We created an algorithm that converts your burned calories into free Gatorade and other benefits. Thanks to this new interactive platform and working with the most popular apps, everybody can be sponsored by Gatorade. Credits Agency: DLV BBDO Art Director: Vittorio Perotti Copywriter: Dario Lo Nardo Web Design: Vittorio Perotti, Luca Torresan UX, Front-end Developer: Vincenzo Radice Web Developer: Filippo Sarzana
This is a digital rebrand of Hult International Business School done by British designer Thomas Le Corre. In this project we will go into the details of framework and digital guidelines all the way into the final design. Enjoy! For more about Thomas Le Corre visit behance.net/thlco.
BASIC Agency is a design studio from San Diego that took on this project of recreating Incase brand strategy and eCommerce design. In this post you see some of the process and results of the amazing new website for Incase. For more from BASIC Agency visit basicagency.com.
Friday is time for a good web design inspiration. For today we bring this extensive project shared by Enes Dal. The title of the project is Furnde and it's a concept work for an interior design and style web site. The reason we shared his work is because of the simplicity aligned with beautiful typography and colors. For more information about Enes, check out https://www.behance.net/EnesDAL
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. Check it out!
Hanna Jung is a Designer that specializes in User Experience, Interaction and Motion, currently based in Washington, DC. Working as the lead user experience over MicroStrategy certainly gain her playful expertise and you should check out her Dribbble. She shared some of her working files which is amazing for learning new mediums. All Rights to Hanna Jung All Rights to Hanna Jung All Rights to Hanna Jung All Rights to Hanna Jung All Rights to Hanna Jung All Rights to Hanna Jung All Rights to Hanna Jung All Rights to Hanna Jung Links More info about Hanna Jung: http://www.hannajun.com Follow Hanna on Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/Jung_Hanna
Another amazing project by Rally Interactive for National Geographic. This time they designed a City Guides app that gives insights and advices for travelers. The app has an amazing user interface and brings the passion for traveling to the smartphone era. Enjoy! For more from Rally Interactive visit beta.rallyinteractive.com.
Russian designer Artem Troinoi is only 22 years old and has designed this killer concept for NYTimes. This concepts rethinks how newspapers are displayed on the web. The result is simply incredible, the amount of thought behind every element, is just candy for the eyes. Check it out! For more from Artem Troinoi visit tematroinoi.com. To view a full case study about this project visit nytimes.tematroinoi.com.
I am a fan of Nina Geometrieva's work and we have featured some of her projects here on ABDZ. This time she posted a branding and UX project that create for Paktor App, the biggest dating app in Southeast Asia. The colors and animations look quite elegant with a beautiful color palette. Nina Geometrieva is a designer, illustrator and digital artist currently based in Singapore. For more information about her work check out https://www.behance.net/ninageo
Serge Vasil is a designer and art director with more than 10 years experience in the industry where his expertise are in design for the Web, Mobile, UI/UX, Branding and Print. Always on the lookup for new experience, Serge is always exploring and absolutely crafting his work. All Rights by Serge Vasil All Rights by Serge Vasil All Rights by Serge Vasil All Rights by Serge Vasil All Rights by Serge Vasil Links More info about Serge Vasil: https://www.behance.net/vasege Follow Serge on Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/vasege
Ehsan Rahimi is a UI/UX designer based in Iran who specializes in Interaction Design. What I do particularly enjoyed about his work is cleanliness but also I mostly like his mind for the user experience. The interaction is pretty smooth and it makes you wanna dig the site or app even more. All Rights by Ehsan Rahimi All Rights by Ehsan Rahimi All Rights by Ehsan Rahimi All Rights by Ehsan Rahimi All Rights by Ehsan Rahimi All Rights by Ehsan Rahimi All Rights by Ehsan Rahimi All Rights by Ehsan Rahimi Previously Featured Interaction Design: Animation: http://abduzeedo.com/interaction-design-animation Links More info about Ehsan Rahimi: https://www.behance.net/EhsanCinematic Follow Ehsan on Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/EhsanCinematic
We are featuring Tintins, a UI/UX Designer based in Bangkok, Thailand. Most of his work are conceptual and the level of attention to details are just likely improbable. Worth giving a look, it's beautiful. All Rights by Tintins All Rights by Tintins All Rights by Tintins All Rights by Tintins All Rights by Tintins All Rights by Tintins All Rights by Tintins All Rights by Tintins All Rights by Tintins All Rights by Tintins Links More info about Tintins: http://tintins.dunked.com Follow Tintins on Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/tintins
Fantasy is a User Experience Design Agency based in San Francisco and New York. In this project they created a system to simplify digital healthcare to make it easier for patients to find doctors and so on. Check it out! For more from Fantasy visit f-i.com. I was fortunate enough during my internship at Fantasy SF to work on one of their renowned case studies : What If We Could Rethink Digital Healthcare? Based on the work of Sacha Jerrems and Anatoliy Gromov, and with the help of Claudio Guglieri (Director of Design) and Scott Carter (UX Lead), I designed the whole experience from desktop, to mobile and Apple Watch, before it was passed on to the motion team that brilliantly brought it to life. - Julien Perriere No matter who we are, staying healthy – and making sure we have access to care when we’re not – is an important part of life. Surely something so important should feel simple? However, in 2015 we believe that health, technology and infrastructure have reached a moment when real improvements can be made to the way people look for and access health care everyday. So we began to look at an aging system through the lens of progressive disruption to explore “what if?”