Today’s #DailyUI Challenge

Today marks 1 month doing the #100daychallenge for these #UI Designs. The challenge today was to #design a pricing list. I created a menu price list for a #BBQ Joint. Let me know if you like it by hitting me up with comments/likes/feedback.

Created in #Figma

Here it is a wee bit closer

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#Dailyui 100 Day Challenge/Day 022

I am still plugging away at these designs. I am determined to improve my UI knowledge and skills. The above design challenge is my day 22. The challenge was to design something “search” related. Other than that it is pretty open-ended.

Figma has been a great tool to learn these design skills with. I love that it is free and open source. Falls in line with my philosophy of ethics and community.

I have begun courses on Coursera in UI design. So far, I am learning good stuff. I now understand how to work on “a project” well, I am in the middle of creating my first project. But, that’s leaps ahead of a couple of weeks ago, I had no idea what a project entailed in the UI world.

So there you go, you know what you know! Right?

#Dailyui Design Challenge Day 007

On my Journey to learn and transition into UI design from Fine Arts, I’ve taken on the #Dailyui 100 day design challenge.

This is my Day 007 design.

I am simultaneously learning Figma to create these designs. Above is a screen shot of a SETTINGS page, I created in the Figma platform, of a fictional Dog Walking/Companion website.

Here it is in its IphoneX container.

What do you think?

Drop comments and feedback below.

Thanks everyone!

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#Dailyui 100 Day Design Challenge

I am excited to participate in the #dailyui design challenge. This design is my Day 2 of the challenge. The task was to create a credit card checkout form. I’ve chosen to create a checkout form for an Olympus camera, from an online photography re-sell site. I am also learning Figma, a great intuitive, somewhat new, collaborative and Web-based  platform, which I’ve used to design this checkout form.

Recently I’ve decided to pursue and transition into learning UI/UX Design (User interface/User experience Design) from a traditional fine art background. I find the field a perfect blending of my Fine Arts, Art Therapy/Psychology and Social Justice/Democracy backgrounds and passions.

I’ve chosen to self-educate with online courses, tutorials and networking/meetups in the industry. So far, after 1 month in, I feel super excited with everything I am learning, and I’ve already attended my first Design Meetup. UI/UX Design feels like the perfect next step in my career!

Please hit me with your critiques/feedback on my design as it really helps with progress!

 

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