An exploration of 100 creative ideas for UI design in 2019. You can find my creative account with more details here.
This design is for part of the homepage for a sticker and apparel brand, Oof, some friends and I began working on in Spring 2019.
Haven is a hypothetical marketplace where users can sign up to find local home-cooked meals and home cooks can host meals. I drew from Airbnb and Uber Eats to inform my design
I attempted to create a vibrant but simple, clean interface capable of saving credit cards for checkout and how adding cards might work.
Just a mobile calculator design in both light and dark themes!
A sample app icon for an NLP-enabled songwriting tool I ideated with a group for a project this year called Simile. Based on an abstract version of a reversed treble clef.
A user profile for a concept app that facilitates connections at large events and conferences where many people find introductions and and starting conversations difficult.
A settings page redesign for Uber Eats. Not the most exciting, but Uber Eats currently has a few items on the settings page that could be combined in the profile tab with other info. Decided to make it more like dating app profiles where default preferences might exist, and sorted the settings into logical categories.
Most 404 pages are pretty boring. This example is for an agency with a pointy, informal, slightly humorous and relatively crass voice and tone. The page would hypothetically display numerous different versions on refresh such as the ones shown.
What would an alternative music player to Spotify or Apple Music look like where you could see upcoming songs in a queue/playlist/radio? I tried to combine some core features for this interface.
This design showcases a potential mobile sharing interface for Medium, one of my favorite apps. Occasionally I want to share Medium articles, but it seems somewhat cumbersome to do it. Here’s my redesign.
Same content, new look. Nothing wrong with their current home page, but I wondered how I could improve their branding by removing and changing basic elements from their page. Not all designs have to be complex. Sometimes it can be rather simple.
Sometimes subtle changes can really make a difference... I’ve felt that Messages on Mac has been lagging behind the iPhone’s interface for a while. These are some minor tweaks I think would improve the product that would be very doable in a near update.
This is a timer for for a cooking app that helps beginner chefs walk through recipes. Fairly basic, and restricts users a bit so it’s harder to get lost.
Concepts for simple switch UIs.
A popup concept for a music startup when a user create his first performance.
Redesign of Delta’s email receipt sent when a user books a flight.
An analytics dashboard concept for the Alexa mobile application to help build this trust and transparency. The UI caters to real data that already exists for third party developers.
A collection of trendy designs for SXSW 2020. A very futuristic year with procedurally generated shapes. More focused on just the visual design.
These mockups stem from a group project with two incredible masters students for an HCI class this past semester. They deserve a lot of credit for this one!
What if donations for crowdfunding sites were competitive? This concept explores an idea for a platform where users can compete via donations to give towards their favorite causes. Top donations could be matched by related organizations each week to incentivize higher donations.
I’ve always wondered if locals have good running routes across different cities. What if this running data was made public for people to browse through? Could discovering these routes be fun? Perhaps this would be an interesting take for route discovery in a new running app.
Starbucks allows users to order on mobile. How might we reorganize the elements on this screen to make finding items easier? I made some adjustments to their current UI that would be interesting to test. I don’t think this particular idea is a significant improvement, but rather a concept worth user testing to identify how much time it takes to find an item for an order.
I tried to keep Delta's designs visually consistent with their brand and the email receipts concept I created a few weeks ago. I used more of their vibrant colors to reflect excitement in travel (but also practical purposes, like finding the ticket easier if dropped or lost).
Experimenting with how I should convey myself through my website.
A concept draft for a healthcare AI startup for whom I'm helping develop their brand.
Made a Netflix/Hulu hybrid for TVs and large devices
Decided to create as mockup of a home screen for a luxury watch company, Blancpain.
A minimal website for a fictional media company.
A calendar app with improved task management integration and capabilities.
A simple animation for the menu screen.
A simple cascading animation for the calendar month dropdown.
Brainstorming different app layouts for a simple application I’m planning on building out for fun sometime later this year. I’ve accumulated a few hundred coding resources over the last 4-5 years and want to share it in a meaningful, easily accessible way. The layouts are somewhat beyond wireframes and could be preloader items for content!