Magazine for Design

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

 

Hango

Hango is an iOS app for splitting the bill in restaurants. In order to split the bill a user needs to scan a check, select people dinning with him at the moment, split items from a check between participants and receive the money back. Items are automatically recognized and splitting happens via a simple drag and drop gesture. Other participants of the dinner only need to confirm their order and pay the money back using a fingerprint scanner. The app design in lightweight, clean and focused on one primary task. Motion and animation is carefully used to support a user along the journey.

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Future Of The Digitally Literate Society

The mobile application enables a seamless omnichannel experience for library patrons. It is a fuss-free way for library users to find their next favourite book through status notifications, experiential wayfinding, personalised suggestions, and enhanced with a scan-to-borrow feature for quick checkout. The design is created to suit the needs of an increasingly connected and digitally literate society.

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Pure

Pure App is designed for plogging – a new eco-friendly trend that combines fitness and cleaning. It guides people with all the detail in plogging such as route, trash can location, distance, speed and energy. It tracks every picking of litters into points which allows people to easily compare and share with friends. In Pure, online team plogging is also supported to bring people together for group competition to stay motivated. Pure also includes features of Healthy Lifestyle with tasks and environmental quizzes and Eco-Mall for exploring green products.

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SberBank Online

SberBank Online app allows clients to get online almost all banking products of the largest Russian bank. Emotional and emphatic design of the app breaks the pattern of conventional banking. SberBank Online team believe that UE (User Emotions) is the new Must-Have for all digital product designs. There are postcards and stickers in the app to accompany money transfers and make them more emotional. When transactions take long, special animation screens entertain clients while the wait. Main and welcome screens are personalized depending on the location of the customer and time of the day.

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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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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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