Wanting to challenge myself in the design aspect of User Experience, I took on the Daily UI Challenge. After receiving a prompt, I quickly draw out my ideas on paper and then design solutions in Sketch. Creating something each day forces me to think outside the box, learn shortcuts in design programs, and improve my design skills.
Below are some of the solutions I created for this challenge. For these particular projects, I designed multiple screens to show how a user would navigate between various pages. It was my goal to create unity and balance between the pages, while using hierarchy and contrast so the user would be confident in each step of the process.
Since I have Celiac Disease, I had the idea of creating a mockup for a mobile app called "GF COMMUNITY." On this app, users would be able to connect with others who also have to eat Gluten-Free. They could share recipes, offer support, or ask questions within this app. Green is the official color for Celiac, so that would be consistent throughout the pages. Above are the first three screens a user would see when signing up/logging into the app.
Above is a checkout process for an Ecommerce site. I included a progress bar at the top so users know what step they are on and what steps are remaining. Blue, the accent color, was applied to important elements throughout the page in order to make them stand out to the user. A grid format was used to keep all the information organized and easy to understand.
When given this prompt, I chose to have a landing page for a dance studio called BE. Dance takes talent, energy, and emotion, so I wanted to capture each of those things in my design. For the above the fold design, I created a page that has very limited content so the user would be captivated by the elements in the center.