The occasional Daily UI screen is here. School is being quite code heavy now, so I liked taking some time off to create something pretty. This is the website of an imaginary bakery that is about to open. To celebrate it, they’re organizing an opening event that people can sign up for using the CTA-button […]
There’s an amazing organization in Hungary that rescues cats, and helps finding them a new home – be it a kitten, or an old gentlecat. But bad things happen to good people, and in their biggest time of need, their webpage got hacked and the content was lost. As soon as I heard about it, […]
Index page iterations for a tourist information micro site about cycling in Copenhagen – a mini case study about iterations and user testing.
The Story GoNorth is a project, which is entirely my own idea. It is about an imaginary travel agency that offers guidance for visiting Nordic/Arctic places, while protecting these areas’ ancient heritage. It’s a personal matter for me, since I’ve always preferred sightseeing or hiking, rather than laying on the seashore for a whole week. […]
This is a case study about my workflow and a review of Gravit Designer while creating the 11th project of the 100 Day UI challenge. It also got published on Medium.com I’ve been recently using Gravit a lot for my Daily UI project, just to try and get used to different softwares. Even though Gravit […]
Design a music player. Consider the controls, placements, imagery such as the artist or album cover, etc.
I am designing a 404 page! Does it fit the brand’s guidelines? Is it user friendly?
Designing settings for something – like security or privacy settings, or game settings? What is important?
Today’s topic was a character profile. Being a fan of Blizzard games, I decided to work a bit on the WoW armory on mobile devices. The goals were simple – squeezing as many information and functions as possible into one screen, while keeping it clean and understandable.
Today’s topic was an app icon, which was a bit of an actual challenge…