We would like to thank you for your amazing support and overwhelming response to our UI Design Promotion that has been running since the end of November 2013. We have since sold many unique UI packages to date, and to show our appreciation we will reward our top clients with 1 free UI Design as a value added bonus.
Furthermore due to the popularity and success of the promotion, we will be encouraging the formation of a dedicated project task team, so we are are in search of like-minded skilled programmers/developers and designers to work on game design projects and other interesting things. If you feel you have the necessary skills to contribute, drop us a mail, be sure to include links to your projects and works.
We would like to continue supplying the BEST UI Design to our clients for 2014.
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Above: Metro/flat UI design for Everlytic (here comes a mouthful) a mass email campaign and online marketing, CMS style, web based application. The design is influenced by fundamental layouts featured in CMS systems like WordPress and Squarespace. View Everlytic’s website for more details.
Above: Flat widget design – Metro Style UI Design for iphone/iOS
Above: XBOX Marketplace Concept – Metro Style UI Design for Apple iphone/iOS
Above: XBOX Marketplace Concept – Metro Style UI Design for Nokia Lumia 520. I spent some time creating the skeuomorphic Nokia Lumia 520 vectors (both black and white) as I felt it was the most suitable device to display the UI’s on due to its streamlined simplistic architecture. I might release the vectors for download at some point this year, or early next year.
Above: Unofficial XBOX Marketplace concept – Metro Style UI Design for both Windows 8 Phone and iphone/iOS
NB: Not actual prices, price tags are merely placeholders for proof of concept. Not available on app store.
Above: A basic (light) metro style UI for an Event planner app for iphone iOS.
Above: A basic (dark) metro style UI for an Event planner app for iphone iOS.
Above: Flat icon design for for iphone iOS 7.
I think most designers interpret “flat design” as devoid of gradient/depth/texture and colour, basically everything that brings life to a design. I couldn’t disagree more. The above design contains all the “apparent” no-no’s of flat design.
I believe that flat design offers a unique challenge as it requires even more attention to detail than standard (depth/3D) design. As a designer you need to maintain the essence of art while still keeping the integrity of clean, minimal design intact. There is a fine line between flat beautiful art and lifeless, cheap looking design.
To me the new look iOS 7 is disappointingly below average.