A Blog Post
In this layout, the focus is put on the reading aspect of the text. No decorations. Media carousels break up the length of the text, offering mental breaks. This blog post layout is used in my Case Studies Blog that I am currently building. Check it out here
A Car Interface
I see a lot of different problems with car interfaces in general. I see dual screens, touch screens, control knobs, volume buttons, volume sliders. Diversity is not a problem in such, but car interfaces often end up being disappointing.
I would recommend three points:
- No complex interactions, no complex gestures. In a moving car, pinch-to-zoom, sliders, double taps can be difficult on nice roads, impossible on bumpy roads.
- Putting multiple sections in one screen, a benefit of larger screens, can help interfaces include different sections for different information. More screen real-estate translates to less clutter. Multiple sections lets the driver have multiple screens at disposition, at a glance, without the need for interface navigation.
- When interactions are too complex (temperature control, fan control, heated seats, volume, etc.) put them outside of the screen on physical buttons. Then, on the screen, you can show extra information.
A Customizable Burger
Customize your burger on your phone, then pick it up ready to eat. This interaction was inspired by flying burger commercials. Although a bit cartoony, I’m sure it would look interesting, or better with photographed ingredients. I still hope you enjoy this quick idea mockup!
A Crowdfunding Campaign
Exploring layout for a crowdfunding campaign. The thin and fixed objective bar can serve as an anchor for the rest of the content. It also brings back the old-school fundraiser-thermometer that we have all seen back in the days!
A smooth upload motion-ui experiment.
A Pricing Table
Compare the complexities of buying premium paperclips. I heard they were hand made in Toronto.
This map wants to be funky and colorful. Vibrant earth tones goes hand in hand with collective gardens, urban gardens, whatever you want to call them.
Today, I explore how modernism can be applied to a contact form.
Just another animation exploration. This time for a dropdown menu.
A Subscribe Box.
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