Plus X has a connotation of the message that “We Add Experience for Your Brand.” Brand experience design means providing consumers with valuable brand experience through consolidated online and offline designs based on the consistent brand strategy. They believe that key brand messages or service functions can be effectively delivered when various media channels meet strategic marketing. That is visible in the mobile web UX/UI, web design and user experience work created for Neker.
The amazing team over at handsome shared a case study of the new web design for Page, a global multidisciplinary architecture and engineering firm, has partnered with branding and experience design agency handsome to evolve their brand for the digital age and redesign their website into an experience that was worthy of their talent, expertise, and passion for their work.
Dana Hora shared a web design project titled Flowering. The work is for the design of an online store for a studio that makes flower bouquets. The task was to create a high-quality, well-thought-out and convenient website where you can buy flower bouquets and flower decor from the online store.
Vitali Zahharov shared a really stylish branding, product and UX design for Muko© Los Angeles. Vitalin hasn’t shared much information about the project, but we really love the overall look and feel with the beautiful typography and layout compositions. The project was commissioned by MODDEN
Dot Creative shared a branding and web design project for Moneta, an imaginary financial news brand with the mission of informing its audience about the critical and important actions of the global financial scene. The UX team at Dot Creative challenged themselves and designed a news portal that offers an original and interesting journalistic tone with a vigorous in-depth expertise in the background.
Gil Huybrecht shared a branding and web design project created for The Harbour, a funding agency in Belgium that makes sure companies can grow in the right way by working strategy first. Gil shared some details about the design process, like the grid system and how the brand manifests through different mediums.
Pavel Emelyanov and Comence Studio shared an inspiring web design project for TypeType. Their task was to completely rethink the TypeType website. New catalog, new structure, full change of font tester, extended information about TypeType foundry. The main page of the site is also a font catalog. Three font review modes with full functionality to try any font right on the screen. A complete overview of the font family including a type tester for any font style.
Hrvoje Grubisic shared a beautiful web design project featuring a crisp and classic typographical look. If you look at it very closely you will understand why I love it. It does remind me of some of the screens of the blog, but Hrvoje definitely did a much better job than I did here.
Studio Fabio Biesel is an independent Design Studio based in Ravensburg, Germany. They create visual concepts and designs with a penchant for typography. “Whether it's corporate design, animation, web design or type design – as long as it thrills us – we are interested” - they mentioned in the project description. It’s hard for me to not be biased, as I share the same name “Fabio” but the work is truly awesome!
Piotr Kaźmierczak, Jacek Janiczak, Maciej Żelaznowski shared a web design project on their Behance for Tonik, a design studio that describes themselves as a studio that tickles users in all the right places making your business thrive. It’s an interesting mission, but my focus is more on the web design work shared here.
We have been getting news about Editor X from our friends at WIX. They are out of BETA and it's now official launched! It would be great to try but what's particular with this tool is that is the only fully collaborative web creation platform on the market right now. Meaning that it will let you and your team members working collaboratively and simultaneously on a website. It's pretty insane if you ask me, let's take a look at their announcement.
Canvas Study WebProject is a site that JungIk Lee created while studying HTML Canvas. The ultimate goal was nothing more than just having a site where JungIk could see the progress of his studies. We, as spectators, could not be happier to witness that and use it for inspiration. For more information make sure to check out the website at https://canvas.jjangik.com/?ckattempt=1
Maxim Soloninkin shared a minimalist web design project for Snøhetta, a globally renowned architecture, interior architecture, product and graphic design company with over 240 employees from 32 countries. I love the work that Maxim has done here and will definitely use it for reference for some abdz.do changes I am planning very soon.
Rron Berisha shared a web design project that is definitely worth sharing here on abdz. The site was designed for Arlind Aliu is a Munich based creative developer. Arlind seeks to create projects that break the limits between technology and design by creating aesthetic, memorable, and unique digital experiences. The site features smooth animations based on scroll events alongside with a crisp visual language. The only think I don't like is that initial loading. It reminds me of old sites made in Flash.
Seeing a slight shift of designers getting into fintech, financial services, and wealth management. It's a complex area to traverse knowing that the reasoning behind the business has been hereabouts for a long-time. There are definitely things to learn and to impose to keep bringing design close to the table. With that said, knowing the target audience is super key in terms of defining the experience, I kind of digging this concept by Artem Badbrother Pravda who is a product designer based in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Bang Bang Education shared a web design concept for A—Book. Basically the idea was to design a site for searching, reading and listening books. The solution is to bring four key sections of the site to the main screen. So the main screen serves as a navigation through the tabs new, collections, genres and authors, rolling up into a sandwich menu inside each section. For better recognition, genres are color coded, the book receives the color of the genre.
Tiffanie Mazellier and Peter Demulsant shared an interactive and web design project for for Peter himself. Peter is an interactive developer and the purpose of this new website was to refresh an outdated portfolio having had no update since 2014. The result is quite stunning, check out the stills below and make sure to see it live as well.
Petya Harmash and Egor Kostuchénko shared a web design redesign concept of Lufthansa website, the largest German airline which when combined with its subsidiaries, is the and the second largest airline in Europe in terms of passengers carried. The name is derived from the German word Luft that means “air” and Hansa for the Hanseatic League. The concept design features a clean look with good contrast in terms of typography.
Broklin Onjei and the Creative Invention Studio shared a web design project they created for an online fashion store and lifestyle blog for women who love and vibe with the culture of orange colour products. This project exemplifies for me what web design is today. Grid system, highly editorial and responsive. If you think about it, to make all these variables work in harmony is a big deal and it will be used as reference for the future versions of abdz.
Marvin Schwaibold shared an awesome branding and UI/UX project for VC Swipe, a platform that matches and connects outstanding investors with future startups. On the platform, an AI analyses your situation and gives you the best matches based on your preferences. The focus lies on connecting early-stage startups with Angel Investors and Incubators on the quest of taking these firms to the next stage.