Utilizing the design prompt “Food/Drink menu” from #DailyUI, I’m going to dive back into one of my favorite design styles, Neumorphism. In this challenge, I’m going to explore what functional Neumorphism might look like in an online food menu.
While screen dimensions are typically important, I’m not going to focus on them. This challenge is solely around incorporating Neumorphism into an online ordering experience. That being said, the device will be restricted to a laptop/desktop because I’d like to create multiple states of interaction and for this, I’ll need the cursor.
Utilizing the design prompt “Splash screen” from #DailyUI, design a splash screen for an app of your choosing. I have created a new splash screen for a project I’m currently working on called Veratize, a keyless entry app.
While the screen dimensions for this design are that of a Google Pixel 2, the design is universal in the sense that it can be scaled to fit any size screen. Its “functionality” isn’t restricted by screen size.
With technology moving at lightning speed and mobile devices accessible to more and more people globally, I am choosing not to put parameters on the “user”. …
Utilizing the design prompt “Workout of the day” from #DailyUI, design an app that provides rotating daily workouts. I have created an interface that organizes these daily workouts in a horizontal card layout.
Tanya is a 26-year-old F.I.T. graduate that works for Conde Nast in Manhatten. She works hard. She doesn’t get a lot of “Me” time because work dominates her schedule. …