The Daily UI Challenge is a 100-day challenge sponsored by dailyui.co. Each morning I woke up with a new UI design problem to solve in whatever way I saw fit. The prompts are purposefully brief and open-ended, allowing for maximum creativity. I chose to complete each in mobile size because I enjoy designing for mobile most — I like the extra challenge the minimized screen real estate provides and I like to think doing so stretches my abilities and skills. I have chosen a selection of my favorite designs to share below.
Design a credit card checkout form or page. Don't forget the important elements such as the numbers, dates, security numbers, etc.
Design a user profile and be mindful of the most important data, names, imagery, placement, etc. Is it for a serious profile? A social profile?
Design a calculator. Standard, scientific, or specialty calculator for something such as a mortgage? Is it for a phone, a tablet, a web app?
Design settings for something. Is it for security or privacy settings? Game settings? What is it and what's important?
What's the main focus? Is it for a book, an album, a mobile app, a product? Consider important landing page elements (call-to-actions, clarity, etc.).
Design a 404 page. Does it suit the brand's style? Is it user-friendly?
Design a music player. Consider the controls, placements, imagery such as the artist or album cover, etc.
Design a Countdown Timer. Is it for an app? An interface for an oven? A sport related countdown? A launch countdown for NASA?