mygooi sponsored an app design competition, and requested that individuals redesign their business page on their app called gooisocial. mygooi challenged competitors to create a user interface that maintained the consistency of the app’s theme and purpose.
“We chose Ashley because we felt she took the most innovative approach in creating a completely new design,” said digital media specialist Kate Chamberlin, part of mygooi’s three-judge panel for the competition. “We also felt she captured and focused on the most important aspects of gooisocial, such as the proximity-based news feed and social activity.”
To read a press release about the competition, visit: mygooi.com and click on press releases.
The mobilegroomer app is a platform created for dog and cat owners that gives the user the ability to select grooming services, book appointments, write reviews of groomers and pay for the appointments directly on the app.
The concept of this identity design was to brand something that is very popular in Japan, but is also becoming more popular in the United States, cat cafes. Cats + coffee, what better combination? The simple lines are similar to origami, a tradition in Japanese culture.
This coffee infographic displays popular coffee brewing methods, top coffee consumers and producers, commonly used beans and some fun facts about coffee.
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