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Photo by Luke Robertson

Luke Robertson wrote about how the idea for the application we’re building, Bonvo, came to him while traveling Europe and photographing street art. Luke and I met while we were both living in Barcelona in 2014, and shared many conversations (over many beers) about creating the app that we’re now preparing to launch.

Here are some of the photos he took that led to those early conversations (All photos by Luke Robertson):

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I hope you enjoy these photos as much as I have, and I hope that we share many more of our future travels.


Luke Shahinian • December 3rd, 2018

Published in Design

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Wireframing Concern Gifts’ new Product Detail Page

Designing a more beautiful, accessible, and functional webpage for all devices

SystemSeed was recently tasked with redesigning and refactoring the UX of Concern Worldwide’s gift site — Concern Gifts.

It was a real joy to work on this project. Outlined below are some of the decisions made as we redesigned and rebuilt the product details page for Concern Gifts, and the reasoning behind them. I’ll be using the Farmyard Bundle page as an example throughout.

Layout

Before the redesign, all content above the fold across device types was basically one massive image, that on many devices expanded beyond the fold line. Below this was a very small and light product title, a brief description, and tiny call to action buttons (CTAs). …

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