In this new series on this blog, I’d like to give developers and designers a place to show off one UI / UX element they’re particularly proud of, and one they particularly dislike, in an app they worked on.
Submit now :)
If you’re a developer or designer and would love to share a UI/UX element in your app you particularly like, and one you particularly dislike, please mail me!
What I need from you
- Your name, or, if you like, state that your submission should be anonymous. Your email and other contact info will not be published
- Your website, twitter/facebook/instagram/github handle, or any other way you’d like to be credited (if it’s not an anonymous submission)
- A short description of who you are and what you do
- Your involvement with the app
- The name of the app with a link (if you’re willing to share, but it’s not a must)
- A screenshot, short video or gif of a UI/UX element in your app you particularly like, with 1-2 sentences of why you like it
- A screenshot, short video or gif of a UI/UX element in your app you particularly dislike, with 1-2 sentences of why you don’t like it
- Please only send apps you worked on yourself
- Multiple submissions are fine
A post will look something like this:
Submissions will be published on no particular schedule in no particular order on this blog.
You’ll be notified beforehand with a preview.
Submissions will (or will not) be published at my own discretion.
I’m looking forward to your submissions!
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