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Tittle for Parents App Enhancement – V3.0 UI & UX Design

Tittle for Parents App Enhancement – V3.0 UI & UX Design

Times have changed. Gone are the days of five stones and hopscotch. Part of growing up for the Millenials involves fiddling with mobile devices and staring into windows of vast content. We asked ourselves, "How are parents going to manage and guide their children to ensure healthy consumption of digital content?" The solution: Tittle for Parents. Developed and designed by BlueCube Media, Tittle for Parents is a parental control app that promotes safe browsing for children, child discipline and a balanced lifestyle. Specifically for Tittle V3.0, we gave the application a little design facelift, and further improved on the user interface & experience (UI & UX). For a start, we refreshed the overall look of Tittle with the introduction of a blue-green gradient, which brings across the feeling of ease and modern lifestyle. Other application enhancements include simplification of tap processes, integration of application with Facebook login, personalised avatar options and instinctive touch gestures. Find out more about Tittle for Parents at tittleforparents.com. Read More »

Autodesk Panorama 2017 eBook (Asia – English version)

Autodesk Panorama 2017 eBook (Asia – English version)

In celebration of design and innovation, Autodesk published both an ebook and hardcopy compilation of innovative projects by student participants of Autodesk Panorama 2017. In harmony with the tagline, "The Future Is Yours To Make", our team's main design objective was to create a fluid and transcendent gallery of inventive works; in particular, a gallery that is capable of showcasing and bringing across the uniqueness of each and every piece of students' works. Our inspiration for this publication was to keep pages simple, modern, and spotlight a central focus on each artwork. As such, to invoke "thinking out of the box", we removed boundaries that seemingly dictate fixed conventions. No one page is the same; and as the layout suggests, this publication conveys not only students', but also our, fluidity of ideas. Read More »

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