Brand Identity Kit for G Station.
This is a WIP (Work in Progress) it has recently been accepted by my newest client. My client doesn’t mind me sharing because it gives exposure so, here it is!
This design was fun because I was able to incorporate a retro style. The American Diner, G Station, is interesting in its own right. It is physically located inside a Portland GreyHound Station and surrounded by downtown culture. Read more
Mixologist UI Kit
This is just a work in progress at the moment but I have been working on a possible UI Kit for an app idea for a friend. I still need to finish some pieces and will keep you updated. This is just a quick mockup of a possible look and feel.
I know you are probably wondering where my daily ui posts are. I took a quick break to work on Von’s Moving and Hauling website for a client.
I had a great time working on this site. Read more
Profile UI Design
006 Daily UI Challenge was to create a Profile UI Design. There are numerous ways to design a profile page, with tons of information I can offer my users. I chose a simple flat ui design with a clean interface and basic information. The user should find it easy to navigate and appealing to the eye. With the profile UI remaining simple it can be used for multiple apps. Read more
UI Daily Design Challenge: Calculator
Day 4 in the daily design challenge is a familiar one for me.
While earning my Mobile Development Degree a few years ago I took an iOS Development Course. I had to program a simple calculator and design the UI. The earlier concept wasn’t very sexy but we did have pretty strict design rules to follow.
This time I took more time on focusing on the UI and considered an all-in-one calculator. Read more
Avocado Landing Page
Day 3 of the Daily UI challenge I created a minimalist landing page. I wanted to design a clean and minimal user interface. Read more
Credit Card Checkout Screen UI is day 2 in the daily ui challenge. I have created a fictional car service agency concept to provide a consistent approach.
Designing a credit card checkout user interface was a difficult task. I changed my concept several times over the course of the design. This is definitely not my best work but I enjoyed the practice and the challenge. Read more
Creating a shaped profile picture
You can create a profile picture in any shape. The reason this tutorial is handy is because creating shaped images are great for blogs & resumés and app logins. You may have noticed a growing number of blogs displaying a profile image on the right hand side with information about the blogger. Many of these images are cropped into a circle shape but they can be created in any shape a person can make as suggested in the image above.