📚 Curious about learning UI Design? Check out our new 4 week Intro to UI Design course. Flexible Learning. Live Mentorship. Figma Fundamentals. Enroll now for 25% off.
Trending designs to inspire you
Work designers are riffing on
Interviews, tutorials, and more
Prompt to flex your design skills
Find your dream design job
An exclusive list for contract work
Get new leads in your inbox every day
Introduce yourself to new clients with Pitch
Learn product design in just 16 weeks...
Learn UI Design Basics and Figma Fundamentals...
Level up your skills with our interactive courses and workshops…
Portfolio creation made easy
Fresh leads in your inbox every day
Build your team’s pipeline or profile
A marketplace of digital assets…
Icons, Illustrations, Patterns, Textures…
Display, Script, Sans Serif, Serif…
Mock Ups, Social Media, Presentations…
Characters, Objects, Textures…
WordPress, Shopify, Bootstrap, HTML5…
Procreate, Affinity, Photoshop, InDesign…
Earn money doing what you love
Find, contact, and hire designers
The #1 job board for creatives
Board for freelance & contract work
Hi everyone! Besides my ongoing projects I like to create some concepts just for fun.
The app topics are often very similar and bringing them to life turns out to be much alike with everything already existing. So what? Does that mean that there should be thousands of look-alike apps with similar design in the market?
Right for this purpose our studio tries to find different ways to visualize standard elements, e.g. controls. Today for example I'd like to present you a concept of horizontal timeline and sliding menu opening. The accent is to squashing animation during a swipe so that the menu doesn't distract but bring certain visual fun while exploring the news feed.
The sliding menu expands diagonally, so are its icons located. We've noticed that main actions on a smartphone are done with a thumb and here for faster and more convenient selection the thumb will slide diagonally.
Hope you like this little exercise for mobile interface designers.
Behance | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Tubik