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Behance

This project was started in the beginning of August 2018 and it took a total of 25 days to complete. With an all-out effort from the Vietnam team as well as our friends around the world, we hope to deliver real experiences to our audiences.

Following this year's topic of Halography, “No Halo”, we hope to spread a message of authentic values to the creative community by collections of whole-hearted designs from participants and invaluable insights shared by the speakers.

We decided to challenge the audience with abstract and contrastive elements. Although as one of the elementary aspects in design, the use of contrastive technique is usually easier said than done. Generally, contrast is created by the opposition of different colours and shapes, however contrast is so much more. It can also be the opposition of emotions, spaces, time, speed, actions...therefore we decided to take a step further.

Set a standard for opening title sequence in Vietnam

Just overall on the concept + look and feel

My favorite Design books

I often get asked about Design book recommendations, so I’ve put together a few of my favorite ones that somehow helped me to grow as a designer. You’ll noti...

I often get asked about 📚 Design book recommendations, so I’ve put together a few of my favorite ones that somehow helped me to grow as a designer. Hope you find it useful! 🤓

I'll keep updating the list as I remember/discover more.

ps: tell me your favorite ones, please!

Sharing some good readings and also getting more suggestions.

I want to know what books impacted you at a personal and professional level (design ones preferred)

Hello Dribbble, I'm Zak!

Hello dribbblers!
I'm Zak Grove—It's exciting to finally join this community. I've been a drib-lurker for at least 2 years, and I’m glad I finally spent some time...

I just posted my debut shot on Dribbble today—and I'm a little bit underwhelmed. I was hoping for more feedback/critiques, but after reading around some forums and Designer News I learned that was a naive assumption. (The comments on Designer News pointed me here, so I thought I'd give it a shot!)

My startup is pre-launch right now, and we're getting ready to hand-off some screens to our front-end developers—I'm hoping to reduce as many needless iterations as possible.

Specifically: Do the screens make sense to you? (Are there any blatant UX mistakes?)

Generally: Any other design nitpicks?

UI UX Design Patterns & Landing Page Inspiration

Find the best UI UX design patterns and Landing Page Inspiration at Waveguide, a searchable base of design examples and design knowledge. Thousands of UX Patterns,...

Some few weeks ago I shared with you something I'm building. Waveguide is a design knowledge base with cool features like semantic analysis. Just wanted to share with you a new section I added dedicated only to Mobile Landing Pages. I hope you guys can find it useful!

Amazon Redesign

So here's the thing... I love Amazon. Hit the buy button, and two days later I've already got the item in hand? Incredible. Their mobile app design? Not so much...

So here's the thing... I love Amazon. Hit the buy button, and two days later I've already got the item in hand? Incredible. Their mobile app design? Not so much...

Just for fun, I thought I would take a stab at simplifying the design, and hopefully improve the form AND function.

Let me know what you guys think!

Working on improving the Amazon app shopping experience. Hopefully simplifying the UI, but still keeping the functionality.

Where do you think things could be improved that I haven't touched on yet? Or what do you think could improve even further that I DID redesign?

Try this on your headphones. The spatial audio rendering is amazing. But it makes me dizzy. I don't know why? Sounds like everyone and everything has wheels here. Thoughts?

Scrollscreen a Vanilla JavaScript Custom Scrollbar Solution

Scrollscreen positions a layer precisely on top of the browser default scrollbar allowing custom styles. I know, I know, there are some funky -webkit-...

Scrollscreen positions a layer precisely on top of the browser default scrollbar allowing custom styles.

Tested both MacOS (with and without MacOS auto-hiding scrollbars) and Windows on browsers IE11, Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, iOS (with and without momentum scrolling).

Correctly deals with text direction.

Enjoy!
https://github.com/rikschennink/scrollscreen

voyagerstudio/saturnfive

A design system springboard with three distinct levels of fidelity and opinionated code. - voyagerstudio/saturnfive

Saturn V is a boilerplate/starting place for any web-app/site that's using SCSS to style it's pages. I've been using bits and pieces of this for a couple years now on various projects and wanted to bundle it all together as a sort of springboard for new projects. The readme hopefully explains this a bit better.

The goal is to make a useful straight-forward boilerplate for new projects built with SCSS, especially for projects that intend on utilizing components and documented design patterns.

1. Is this genuinely helpful for new projects?
2. How can I communicate how this works and what the benefits of it are _better_?