What can a visual design offer for user experience? What is the significance of graphics in a user interface? I'm fascinated by questions like these and compelled by strong visual concepts in UI designs.
I've gathered a selection my recent UI designs. Some of them are commissioned and some are personal sketches. I really enjoy creating analoques and materialistic impressions. I like elements that look intuitive to use, for example buttons that look like you could actually press them and surfaces that have the right kind of textures to provoke a sense of a specific material.
UI design for a meeting room booking app.
UI design sketch for a movie player app.
UI design for a light meter app. (non-commercial concept design)
Swipe based pizza order for tablet & mobile. Super simple interface quaranteed to work even when placing an order after a hard party. (non-commercial concept design)
Swipe based product catalog (non-commercial concept design)
Product quick view with shopping cart functionality (non-commercial concept design)
Product quick view with shopping cart functionality, simplified version (non-commercial concept design)
Single product view for outdoors gear shop.
Products quick view design.
Vintage camera shop concept.
Design for Nettivuokraus.com.
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For more works like these, please visit my Dribbble gallery too. I typically post UI sketches, visual concepts and all sorts of little visual snippets to my page.