frontendmatt got their new app design by running a design contest:
Mobile design for android theme aggregator
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Art & Design
A sort of app store inside the Google Play store, Android Makeup is an aggregator of launcher themes (Go Launcher themes, Next Themes, Apex themes, etc).
1. The flipboard effect is the same with the one Flipboard app uses to browse news. 2. The overall style of the app should be clean (like Google apps) but colorful (not like Google apps)
The app has 3 screens in total: 1. homescreen 2. search results 3. theme details We only need the design for the search results. Check attached wireframe with comments: 1. Each theme is represented by a stack of screenshots. The user will flip through them with a Filpboard-like effect (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1fTI7oYfbI) 2. Swiping left/right navigates to the next theme from the search results. 3. Information needed for each theme: Launcher & rice (free/paid) and possibly, rating. 4. Buttons for each theme: Add to favourites, share, download from Play Store. 5. The top toolbar consists of: 5.1 top bar with title and two buttons (menu/search) 5.2. the search button opens a small popup with the search form 5.3 the menu button opens a slide-out lateral menu 5.4 the four buttons below the top bar will further filter the themes based on their price 6. Search form elements: color selector, style selector, launcher selector, keyword (text input), GO button. Really important: the launcher, color and style selectors have to be multiple-choice. The user has to be able to select Go Launcher AND Apex Launcher, for example, not only one and continue to select the rest of the options below. The wireframe has an example approach with a scrollable multi-select list, but we don't think it's a good approach for small screens. IMPORTANT: 1. The wireframe is just a sketch - you don't need to follow the exact placement or icons. The only thing you need to keep is the stack effect for the screenshots, the swipe logic, the search form's elements and the functionality. 2. Your design will be reviewed by an experienced Android developer. Don't design something that can't be built on Android just because it looks good, it needs to be doable. 3. Remember Android phones come in many sizes. Your design has to work on multiple screen sizes. Really small fonts, for example, are a bad idea. 4. We will translate this app in many languages, please make sure your design allows that. 5. Followup work possible if we really like your work.
$499 Bronze package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. App design starts at $599.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their app design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
frontendmatt collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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