Here’s a sign up screen for mobile that I designed. Straightforward and to the point, this design is meant to guide users through the tedium of entering their personal information in a clean, simple fashion.
This screen is a profile screen for a mobile app meant to help creatives secure freelance work. Here I placed emphasis on the name, title and brief bio. However, I also thought that the places where potential clients could find the work of the creative they were hoping to collaborate with would be of critical importance, and so their presence has also been prioritized in this design.
This is part of an assignment I produced for my advanced visual communication class at the University of Michigan. Our assignment was to design a website for a sustainable farm, and as you can see here I chose quail as the farming operation to focus on. I felt that high quality imagery was essential in this case in order to both put the product front and center while simultaneously giving the site a sense of depth and texture right from the landing page.
Here you’ll find a design I made for a credit card checkout screen. I wanted to really separate out where the user would be actually entering information versus where the other pertinent order information would appear. Here I’ve done that by creating two high-contrasting areas that signify where the users actions should manifest and where reading comprehension to finalize their order should happen.
I’m a photographer myself, and because I’ve noticed that a lot of photography apps on mobile separate their editing settings onto different tabs or entirely different screens, I decided to mock up this version of a photo editing settings screen that more closely resembled what you might see in an application similar to Adobe Camera Raw. As a person who wants to be able to quickly A/B test different photo settings, I feel that a design like this allows users to more quickly refine the image they’re working on.
When it comes to a mobile calculator, I like keeping things simple. That’s why in this example you won’t seem much other than what you need to do quick and uncomplicated mathematical calculations on the fly.