We've featured the work of MindStudios in collaboration Heartbeat Agency for the Unight App. Now, let's take a closer look at the web design and branding of the Heartbeat Agency. Coming from a background of interaction design, UI/UX, and motion; the folks over Heartbeat Agency has the elegance to work it out by building a simple but engaging digital experience. Heartbeat Agency is a digital startup in design consultance that reign in the field of work of interaction design, UI/UX, motion and branding. Based in Odessa, Ukraine, you should definitely check out their work on Behance and Dribbble. The story of how a digital agency had updated their visual identity Project Gallery Credits Art Director: Stan Yakusevich Product Manager: Dmitry Lepokhin Designer: Vladimir Gruev More Links Learn more Heartbeat Agency at heartbeat.ua Follow Heartbeat Agency on Behance Heartbeat Agency on Dribbble
Matt Schreiber and Jessica Necor shared an awesome web design project highlighting the 15 years of Nike SB Dunk. It's a great project with a beautiful grid and smooth animations. I am a fan of skateboarding, especially its culture and style. I used to be a skateboarder, well, I still get my board from time to time but I am more of a follower now. There are so many things about this particular sport that is quite interesting. It's perhaps one of the sports that you can be really creative. So many variations of tricks, also the style of the rider, the clothes, the shoes. Nike realized that and started focusing on skateboarding. Now back to the web design, check out some images below. R/GA Portland and Legwork Studio partnered with Nike SB to celebrate 15 years of the Nike SB Dunk and usher in the next generation of SB Dunks. They built an interactive archive to house some of the most iconic stories behind one of the most iconic shoes of all time. Web design
Starting the week with a Web Design & UI/UX project that is more of a concept by Moscow-based 108 Studio. Let me rephrase this by saying that the concept is pretty detailed and going in-depth about our beloved Moon. With the monotone background and contrast, I just love the micro-interactions for the image carousel and button clicks. It truly enhances the whole desktop experience. 108 Studio is a web design & development studio based in Moscow, Russian Federation. We are looking forward to see more from them, give them a follow on Behance. 'Explore the Moon' from 'Moon Science Museum' is a project that collects information about our planet Earth’s bewitching and lonely natural satellite — the Moon. This glowing ball in the night skyline stores a lot of mysteries and riddles, that are yet to be revealed. Photo Gallery More Links Follow 108 Studio on Behance
I am a fan of minimalist design and the work that Anton Skvortsov shared on his Behance profile for a concept idea for what the Nike store could look like on desktop and mobile is an amazing example of minimal and elegant. It's hard to evaluate minimalist design when it comes to user testing. Some users might always prefer density rather than focus on less. It's okay, but some companies can definitely afford that and Nike is a great example of one that I think it could work. Below you can see some images and a bit of the process. There's a lot to love about this project, especially the web version. The grid the nice navigation, I also have to point that the designer didn't take in consideration different display sizes and resolutions. In my opinion the text size is extremely small as well, almost to the point that I don't know if it could be readable, especially on mobile. That said, I think there's a lot of good ideas here and they definitely inspired be for some changes on the Abduzeedo redesign I am working on. In visual arts, music, and other mediums, minimalism is a style that uses pared-down design elements. Minimalism began in post–World War II Western art, most strongly with American visual arts in the 1960s and early 1970s. Wikipedia Minimalist design Anton is a UI/UX and web designer from Russia He has other really cool projects like this on his portfolio and I highly recommend that you check it out. For more information make sure to visit: Dribbble Facebook Pinterest Instagram Twitter
I am always trying to redesign or improve Abduzeedo's web design. At least once a year it becomes reality but that doesn't mean I just tried one design. I spend considerable amount of time coming up with variations. In order to do so I am always looking for web design inspiration, especially minimalist ones. Vedad SiljakMunich has a lot of really nice explorations on his Dribbble profile. They all have that classic editorial look with great contrast in typography, excellent use of white space and imagery. Most of them seem to be just visual design explorations but they give me good references to try on Abduzeedo. If you look at the site today we are trying to make it more editorial and simpler. There's a new design coming soon that is an improvement of the current one. Our challenges are still, the degradation of data and especially the imagery. Even though we control that, we try to diversify having not the same style of imagery. Anyways, this post is about Vedad's work and I hope you get some good references to improve your web design skills. Vedad SiljakMunich is a full-time freelance graphic and UX designer based in Munich. He is fascinated by the skate and surf culture, which we can see a little bit on the projects we shared below. For more information make sure to check out his profile at: vedadsiljak.com vedolicious.dribbble.com Web design
Savee. is a new service that helps you to save and organize your images and inspiration. It works like FFFound and Designspiration in a way but has a different visual style, more bold for lack of better word. I saw this project and thought it had a really beautiful web design and style, then I saw that it was created and shared by Andre do Amaral I was even happier. Andre is a Brazilian designer based in the Bay Area and currently working at Netflix. He is from my home state and of course that gets the right to be featured here on Abduzeedo. Web design Savee it is the best project I've done through my career. It's a fun and intense side project that still requires a lot of my time, but I love it. I believe that detail really matters. So I designed and built with few other talented minds the simplest tool for users to save images from any website. Credit and thanks go to Adhemas Batista Ana do Amaral Andre Ribeiro Doug Alves Elena Miska Felipe Rocha Peter Bagi Tom Sears Vitor Andrade Zé Felipe. For more information check out https://savee.it/
When you are designing only a daily basis, at some point you'll hit the creativity wall. You'll just get stuck with the same ideas, and might get a little bumped for not finding proper inspiration. Worry not! Here are some beautiful, super slick web design inspirations for you. Zaib Ali, a designer from Pakistan, comes up with refreshing pieces for the web. Not only he designs screens, but he illustrates beautiful icons to go with. These are only a handful of his works. For more of web inspiration and even app pieces, please visit his portfolio at Dribbble! I hope you get your inspiration going with these! Cheers! ;)
Last week, they announced at E3, the very next instalment of the game God of War 4. It's pretty exciting and stunned to witness their latest game to a newer console knowingly that the last game was dated from 2010! Aside from this release, we are looking at the work of Rolf Jensen on the web design and UI/UX (a year ago) in collaboration with Real Pie Media and Sony Interactive Entertainment. It's quite a lovely overall design. We are looking at the work from Rolf Jensen who is an independent design director based in New York, USA. Working mainly in art direction, web design and interaction, you should check out his Behance for more of his work. These are some designs I created almost a year ago for Real Pie Media and Sony Interactive Entertainment. I wasnt allowed to put them on display publicly until now, so it's been a while. I've tried to capture the essence of the hyper detailed in-game 3D renders instead of promoting pre-rendered stills with studio post production. Here it goes! Check out Rolf Jensen's site: rolfjensen.no Follow Rolf on Behance
An app design that combines a user-friendly interface and at the same time giving a smooth experience sounds about right. If you know how this kind of apps are usually is boring with infinite dropdown scrolling on mobile. Meanwhile with this Mileage Tracker that can easily track your mileage and also providing an easy and minimal approach to simply put it on top. Last thing is the micro-interactions for the app for the "drives report" is kind of clean and intuitive with the swiping. Dtail Studio is a studio that specializes in Product Design & Visual Identity based in Irvine, California. They also work in UI/UX design, Identity, Mobile Apps and Web Design for Startups and Businesses. Check out their profile on Behance. Mileage Tracker Website & Application Design Project Gallery More Links Check out Dtail Studio's site: dtailstudio.com Make sure to follow Dtail Studio on Behance
Let's take a look at this superb web design and UI/UX project from the mighty folks from Anagrama and their work for Bodyport. They are a San Francisco based start-up dedicated to the development of at-home cardiovascular monitoring technologies at the reach of everyone. The whole UI across the identity and web design has been made to be easy and friendly to follow. I loved the micro-interactions from the header to icons, it's pretty neat. I personally wish there was an additional colour to balance the contrast but that might be just me. Hope you like it! Anagrama is a studio based in Mexico City. They focus their work into branding, graphic design and packaging. We have featured their work before on ABDZ, give it a look! The website's objective aims to educate the user about Bodyport's technological attributes through simple and friendly graphical representations on an informative tour. The identity system manifests around the navigation while the visual breaks and interaction strengthens the content and communication with the user. Project Gallery More Links Check out Anagrama Site: anagrama.com Follow Anagrama on Behance
Happy Monday guys! Let's start it off with a web design & UX project of a store concept named: Formerly Yes. The thinking behind this concept would be both quite aesthetic and easy to use. Indeed, going through the project; the UI is indeed quite minimal accompanied with simple interactions. Lots and lots of negative space so you eyes are focusing on the products nor anything else. Designed by Milk Work where we have featured before with his work on Fran Silvestre Arquitectos. Behind this stunning work, we have Milk Work also known as Sergei Gurov. He's a senior designer and art director based in San Francisco, USA. He really has a distinct style into this web/ui work, you should definitely follow his work on Behance.
Aldo Sessa is a concept art direction, UI/UX and web design project created and shared by Adrián Somoza. Aldo Sessa is a well-known photographer and artist from Argentina. With this concept project Adrian really takes advantage of the beautiful imagery to make a web site that almost feels like a museum exhibition. Super clean and simple it's a great example of web design in my opinion. Aldo Sessa is a multifaceted and complex artist. Like the best storytellers, he takes his pictures to stop scar of time and discover that space is full of unexplored lights and shadows, In Sessa’s each image we find the whole knowledge. His photographs are narration, music and journeys into inner reality. By Tomas Eloy Martinez. You can check out Aldo Sessa's books on Amazon here. Web Design About the Adrián Somoza Adrián Somoza is a senior digital designer at MediaMonks, a studio in Buenos Aires, Argentina. For more information about his work check out https://www.behance.net/adriansomoza
Have you ever set out on the daunting task of creating a personal website to promote your business or online shop, portfolio, passion project, etc…but haven’t been able to quite find the motivation or time to do so, especially the task of having a great web design? We here at Abduzeedo have certainly become big fans of Squarespace for its ability to deliver accessible, beautiful website design for anyone looking to tackle their dreams and make a mark. Squarespace is a one-stop shop for creating a beautiful home online without all the back-breaking work of installing software, worrying about bandwidth, applying security patches or even the overwhelming nature of making sense of it all. Squarespace makes it so incredibly simple it’s almost impossible to believe. Just upload content, customize your design leveraging their copious template choices, more than 45 to be exact, and you’re ready to go. You can easily purchase a domain, create a website, build an online store, and connect to Google Apps for a custom email all in one place with zero technical configuration. Not only that, you have your very own IT department, UX designer, and customer service center with around-the-clock support all in one easy place. Squarespace’s award-winning templates are the most beautiful way to present your ideas online. You can showcase your work with multiple presentations including in full-screen mode, slideshows, lightbox, and beyond and the Squarespace team creates perfectly cropped versions for every device. No more worries about learning how to create a responsively designed site as they do all that gnarly work for you. And the sweetest part about making the choice to use Squarespace to create your site is the simple, affordable pricing with websites starting at $12/month and online stores at just $26/month. Also, when you purchase an annual website or online store you get a free custom domain for one whole year! Don’t delay on making your next move beautiful and let Squarespace help make your mark. Start your free trial today. No credit card required. When you decide to subscribe, be sure to use coupon code 'ABDUZEEDO’ for 10% off your first website or domain purchase. Check out some of our favorite portfolios here and get inspired: Web design Jeff Rogers - http://howdyjeff.com Michael Steven Forrest - http://michaelstevenforrest.com Laura Bohill - http://www.lovelyascanbee.com/ Chris Rushing - http://chrisrushing.com Max Dworkin - http://maxdworkin.com Samm Blake - http://sammblake.com
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.
Nokia OZO is a web design, interaction design and UI/UX project shared by Viktor Vörös on his Behance profile. OZO is a virtual reality camera, the first of its kind and of course it looks extremely futuristic and the work that Viktor did an excellent job showcasing it on a beautifully simple and elegant web site. The cool thing about his design is that the camera is always on the first plane and everything looks secondary in a way. The images of the camera always pop and the low contrast text and black and white theme help with that quite a lot. Enough of descriptions, check it out after the break and let us know what you think. The world’s first professional Virtual Reality camera. Crafted by Nokia Technologies, OZO combines the ultimate in engineering capabilities and intelligent design to offer you the best Virtual Reality production experience. Viktor Vörös is a digital designer from Szeged, Hungary. He is passionate about design, always keeping his ambitions high and quality in focus at all times. He has done work for clients like Microsoft, Samsung, L'Oréal Professionnel, Vogue, Rolls-Royce, Konami, 20th Century Fox & more. For more information check out http://hellowiktor.com/ Web design
We would like to share this web design project by Minjae Baek entitled: Team “Named”. There isn’t much information about what it is entirely about but the mixture of personal work/unsplash into his layout suddenly makes everything different and out of this world. I gotta love his visual approach, somehow the layout kind of reminds me of Abduzeedo’s. Published on Behance is the work from Minjae Baek who is a designer and artist based in Seoul, Korea. Working as a senior designer at the Creamunion, you can definitely see how diverse is his work from graphic design to UI/UX. I look forward to see more of him in the future. Team 'Named' - Artwork Collection Website - personal artwork & Unsplash, The Met photos.
One Letter One Song is a web design, UI/UX and art direction project shared by Aykut Yilmaz on his Behance profile. There is not a lot of information about this project on the page but I assume it's a game about music skills where you have to figure out the title of the song by know the first letter? Am I completely wrong? Anyways the visual design is bold, colorful and in a way a bit unique. The iconography is also beautiful with very thick strokes. There are some new trends in place like the very long shadow on the browse page, and they look quite wonderful. Take a look after the break and let us know what you think. Aykut Yilmaz is a freelance senior art director from Istanbul, Turkey. For more information make sure to check out his profile at https://www.behance.net/aykutyilmaz Web design