UI design - Naamtech
Subby Finder is a mobile app for people to find and book trade services that are close by to their location.
I worked with a senior UX Designer to come up with the UI style guide and the UI flows. I was given the UX wireframe and the branding guide for Subby Finder and was able to start the project.
The app is still in development.
The UI for Subby Finder was the second UI project I was asked to work on at Naamtech.
I was given the wireframes and brand guide to work with and create a symbol library from. It was another great learning project for me. I worked with the UX designer closely and worked from the ground up. There were some initial screens that we created that gave a good idea of the style and look we all agreed on and then I went ahead with the remaining screens and designs.
I really enjoyed coming up with category icons, managing and playing around with the atoms, molecules and organisms.
Maintaining the colours, typefaces, hierarchy etc was a consistent part of my design process. It was an interesting product to work on. It then moved onto a few other iterations and versions. There was a desktop and vendor application created using the design and brand guide.