This weather forecasting app uses minimal design – primarily coloured bars – to reflect the conditions outside. Simple, and lovely.
A truly stunning interface for a journey planner app, by Netherlands-based Aldert Greydanus.
A conceptual (and flat) design for a calendar app. Needs a little more contrast perhaps, where the beige bar is.
A great use of coloured bars and iconography on this productivity app.
I love Riccardo Carlet’s designs for Clyp, which has a gorgeous colour palette and uses shading really well.
There are lots of very smart UI touches too, as this gif shows…
A rather pretty app for those who love to move downhill at pace.
Here’s another clean-looking design that may be appreciated by winter sports aficionados.
Numbers aside, there is a total absence of visible text on Eyal Zuri’s design for this Smart Home app. Icontastic!
Anton Aheichanlka favours a clean, minimalist approach for this dashboard widget.
Qatar Airways Flight App
This redesign for Qatar Airways is just about the prettiest travel-related app I think I’ve ever seen. Bravo!
SEO Monitoring App
They said SEO wasn’t pretty. They lied. Here’s a design concept for an SEO app, which should help the job-seeking Dawid Tcokz get hired.
Here is a collection of gorgeous screenshots and desktop icons for this mobile chat app.
Ideas In Digital
The mobile screenshot of this agency’s responsive website.
Another good-looking weather app, by Gustavo Balestraci.
Emrah Gencer has created a clean UI for this app.
The BBC’s digital team continues to impress, and the recent update to its mobile product is well-designed and therefore very easy to use.
What do you think? Seen any others? Be sure to leave a comment below!
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