Week One in the 100 Day #DailyUI Challenge
This week I started the Daily UI Challenge, where once a day you receive an email that tells to what to design. I'm doing this as a way to try designing thing's I wouldn't think of, improv my process, learn something new, and for fun. I themed this week after my favorite meme Cat Facts.
Out of boredom someone posted their phone number to Facebook, then someone else begins to text them facts about cats and won't let them unsubscribe. I tried to take this to the next sarcastic level and make this a service you would pay for. For only $10 a month you can get cat facts texted to you every ten minutes! Who wouldn't want that?
There is not an intentional UI theme between each day's entry. They are not part of a whole. Currently I am tackling the Daily UI challenge as if everyday is a different website, even if the names are the same. The photographs and icons are from Unsplash and The Noun Project respectably, and free to use with citation.
creative commons icon and image sources:
001 Cat Icon by Alvaro Cabrera from the Noun Project, Photo by Pacto Visual on Unsplash
002 Photo by Mikhail Vasilyev on Unsplash
003 Photo by Paul on Unsplash, mouse happy By ester barbato, Multi Pane Window by Made by Made, Conversation by Xinh Studio
004 Calculator keypad image from Phrontis at Wikimedia Commons cc-by-sa-3.0.
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