1. 5 Apr Pro
    Karsten Moskjær Kofod
    Commented on Hi, meet Doughbot!

    So glad to hear @Alex Miller – thanks!

  2. 4 Apr Pro
    Karsten Moskjær Kofod
    Commented on Sharp navigation

    Preview of a new website in the making with a very straight left navigation and yet some very not so straight lines in the design. It all add up to a very nice experience for the user ... (and our client).

    Typography, icons and great pictures is really essential here.

  3. 4 Apr Pro
    Karsten Moskjær Kofod
    Commented on Sushi Nam Nam

    The splash screen, and also a special sneak peak, of a project in the making ... in fact almost done. Really like the contrasts between the straights shapes and the circles, and the colors – well, the whole thing.

  4. 4 Apr Pro
    Karsten Moskjær Kofod
    Commented on Golf made elegant

    This is part of a new identity for a golf-related event happening i Denmark over the next years.

    The goal is to make it as simplistic and easy recognizable as possible with going all in on typical golf related elements.

  5. 4 Apr Pro
    Karsten Moskjær Kofod
    Commented on Hi, meet Doughbot!

    Thank you @Alex Tass. Did you get a craving for doughnuts now? :-)

  6. 4 Apr Pro
    Karsten Moskjær Kofod
    Commented on Hi, meet Doughbot!

    This app has already got huge and great attention due to it's great design and ditto functionality in a great combo; Apple picked it last week to be a part of "Best new apps" at the App Store, promoted in the "Food & Drink" category at the App Store, along with great reviews by App Advice, Gizmodo, LA Times and The Guardian.

    Doughbot is the name of a app I've been designing in the last month for our US client. The purpose is simple and yet important; guide the user to find the nearest doughnut shop and give them a yummy experience while doing so. The robot, which the name refers to, has a huge craving for doughnuts and will guide you his way.

    The designstyle is kinda flat with nice little details to it making it a great mix of vintage and flat. Well, nevermind what the style is called - it's great looking, and almost lickable. Enjoy...

    Developed by @Srdjan Lukic-Bardak.

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