A great to exercise our skills and to evolve into better designers is daily practice. All the great names out there have practiced their skills and became people to look after. Hezy, a design group based in New York, started a 100 days challenge called "Daily UI Elements" in which they'll challenge you to design a certain piece of interface. Here are some examples of what they've done so far.
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Last week I started playing in CSS for my new personal site. I decided to skip the Photoshop/Fireworks/Illustrator part and go from sketches to HTML/CSS. This process helps me to improve my coding skills, especially for rapid prototyping. The first experiment I decided to create was a simple page with just text and texts rotated 45 degrees, heavily inspired in the Swiss Graphic Design Style. For this post I want to show you a little bit of the creative process behind this experiment.
Personal projects are always the best way to practice and evolve techniques. Since I started ABDZ I have been posting a lot of these types of projects, including my own. The interesting thing is that there are always some projects that people love to try and for some reason, the Logitech website is one of them. We feature a project last year and today we are featuring another one from Fatih Ocak.
I haven't posted anything about web design in quite a long time. I have been so focused on Android app design and development that I am starting to feel that I am getting out of touch. To freshen things up today I wanted to share the personal project that Owi Sixseven put together for Logitech. The project is just for fun, but the end result is quite inspiring. On the occasion of the renewal of the corporate image of Logitech® i created this proposal design for the corporate website. A clean and modern look that blends with the new corporate line.