Ttmm-s for Fitbit Versa app offers collection of clock faces, equipped with the weather feature, in a monthly subscription plan. The app presents clock faces in four categories: the Analogs, the Digitals, the Abstract and the Once. App has a clear view of a single clock face design together with all necessary informations on how to operate a given clock face. Clock faces have two extra views: the weather condition and the air quality view and special weather alerts. Alerts allow to be prepared for unforeseen weather conditions resulting from climate change on our planet.
The design uses a lot of white space, it fills all the pages of the application. White space helps users isolate the right information and concentrate on the necessary actions. The design also used font contrast: simple and bold. The complexity of the design is that it was necessary to show a lot of information on tickets, in one place on the screen there is an accumulation of all the data, but the design looks fresh and not overloaded.
All-in-one ideology has always been at the core of Planmeca Romexis. Dental professionals handle many types of dental images every day. Planmeca Romexis allows working with this data simultaneously and in a single software. Planmeca Romexis 6 takes this concept even further with a completely rethought user interface, which simplifies a multitude of functionalities into an accessible and customisable system. Designed specifically with the user in mind, Planmeca Romexis 6 does not determine the workflow for the user, but allows the user to tailor it for themselves.
Uzidata was designed in 2019, Beijing. It provides a simple but elegant solution, a dashboard that delivers information and analytics, for the blockchain community and crypto-fanatics. Uzidata collects the first-hand market information and integrates them. The dashboard crawling news from different news media to distill data into the necessary pieces of information relevant to each user. This provides greater clarity in receiving information effectively.
Venous Materials project envisions a new way to design dynamic tangible interactions using fluidic Interfaces. It is a new type of interactive material that is inspired by veins systems in nature and throughout the human body. When the user applies pressure or motion to the material, it dynamically displays geometric patterns and colors. The different patterns are displays that function as tangible sensors, to animate dynamic graphics, to create responsive objects for learning activities, and to visualize body movement and balance.
Maybe app is simple. It is attractive, clean, and intuitive, generated to talk about the taboo topic of menstruation that unfortunately causes a lot of damage in the correct development of girls, physicaly and emotional. The solution is generated through collaboration with specialists and parents reaching out the conclusion that the bad experience may be prevented by support and approaching this topic at the right time with the right preparation of parents that through articles understad better how to guide, educate better in order to empower girls and help them know themselves better.
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