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Daily UI (day 8)

Daily UI (day 8)

Day 8 of Daily UI is 404 page. I’ve seen those around before and they used to be borin. Now, there’s as much thought put into them as any other element of web design. Especially since the page tells the users that something went wrong, it’s nicer when the message is friendly and tries to stir away from negative feelings. So following this principle, I also wanted to create an image that is familiarly disappointing in the real world, but…

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Daily UI (day 7)

Daily UI (day 7)

Daily UI day 7 is Settings, so I created couple of screens for an alarm clock’s settings. I wanted to create a friendly and fun vibe with rounded corners and shapes. I mostly focused on creating a consistent look and feel throughout, because as a beginner there are times when I forget a detail which makes the whole design looks off but can’t pinpoint why. So I took it slow and did the best I could. Font is Quicksand and…

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Daily UI projects (days 1, 2, 4, 6)

Daily UI projects (days 1, 2, 4, 6)

I decided to try my hand at daily UI projects without the pressure to do it daily. Instead I do each prompt at my own pace, taking however much time I need to make sure I focus on the whole process and try not to forget anything important. Now, some did take one day to finish but they could always be improved by spending some extra time on it. I created 4 random prompts, because I wanted to keep things…

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Desk Planner (free downloadable)

Desk Planner (free downloadable)

Spending a lot of time behind a computer means that most likely there’s also a piece of paper somewhere nearby on which I jot down random words, numbers, reminders or anything relating to what I’m doing at that moment. For my projects I usually have a plain notebook in which I write and draw everything I need and use while I’m doing that project. But sometimes, there are a couple of details or things that don’t really belong anywhere, and…

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Designing my first app – what have I learned?

Designing my first app – what have I learned?

It’s finished! Well, I should say published, because an app is never *really* finished, it just reaches a point where you have to ship it and continue to iterate it with the feedback you (hopefully) get from the users. My partner and I created an app called Dream Catcher. It’s a dream journalling app that helps you log your dreams. You can write as much information you want and mark your dreams with tags and emotion you felt. The more…

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