Magazine for Design

Magazine for Design

Magazine for Design featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Sports Familyization

The original intention of this design is to make sports interesting, provide users with better exercise methods and help users form exercise habits. The application provides users with various sports tasks, can flexibly arrange users' exercise time, and provide users with exercise goals in the form of tasks. The purpose of family tasks is to let family members supervise each other and enhance each other's feelings. Through the task system, set reward tasks to encourage users to obtain good exercise results.

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Grades Dont Matter

Grades Don’t Matter is an alternative education platform that aims to gear India from being an ‘academic centric’ to a ‘skill-centric’ society; It basically, bridges the gap between ‘degrees’ and ‘skills’. App offers guidance for 30 odd career options and has more than 350 video lessons. The app is unique as it does not claim to be a master-class but a guiding force that helps youth make right career decisions. Unlike any other app, it comes in short 3 to 4 minutes of video session accounting for the short attention span of the youth today.

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DeafUP

DeafUP triggers the importance of education and professional experience for the deaf community in Eastern Europe. They create an environment where hearing professionals and deaf students can meet and collaborate. Working together will be a natural way to empower and motivate deaf people to become more active, to raise their talents, to learn new skills, to make a difference.

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Joyster

Joyster’s design and brand identity focuses on inspiring the user to live their healthiest lives. Human and lifestyle illustrations are seen throughout the app to incentivize users to participant in activities that help their overall well-being. The colors selected were intentionally picked for a wholesome, human, vibe. Lastly, Joyster is meant to be simple and effortless, so a clean and straight-forward aesthetic was also implemented.

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Alstra

Alstra is a loud and proud energy app. Users’ energy consumption, savings and expected production are presented in short, bold statements, rather than endless graphs. Following the dark mode trend, Alstra uses bright, energy rich colors on a black background, in a conversational design. Statements “pop” from the screen, giving users the confidence to share their contribution to sustainable energy production with friends, family and neighbors.

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Macys App

Macy's mobile app allows customers to shop Macy's offerings online, including a host of shopping and style-oriented features, as well as augmented reality features from beauty to home furnishings which allow customers to preview products virtually through their mobile device. In 2019, the Macy's mobile app was redesigned with a clean, simple, and fashion-inspired design. As a result, user engagement increased dramatically following the launch of the new design.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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