The idea of having an app that just focuses on selling tickets to only a certain city really appealed to me. By focusing on simplicity and a good color contrast, I came up with the design above.
By using strong imagery for a header, and a good contrast of the text, I created a very compelling composition. The user doesn't have to scroll to know what the page is about, and that was my goal.
Stepping away from the minimalism, I created a contact form that focused more on strong elements that attract attention. I created this by using a strong color and a bold font that is strengthened by the all caps variant.
Napster, the app that was extremely popular in the 2000s, got a new rebranding. By focussing on strong red colors, I created a new brand that will beat Spotify by awesomeness and quality.
The combination of a strong dark background element with a minimalistic approach in typography and visual hierarchy works wonders here. The very simple grid triggers enough attention at the user's eye to interact.
Two posters I created for Puma. Focusing on the brand colors of Puma, the design is recognizable from a far distance. Also by using strong copy, it focusses on the people who are on the edge of deciding whether they should pick up a new sport.
A new way of completing your credit card details by showcasing the product you're actually buying in combination with the required credit card information. By using a simple but communicative layout (green ticks, big blue button) I make the UX as simple as possible.
This is a very experimental layout of creating a contact form. By using a lot of dark colors, and a lot of gray tints, I create a very interesting background. However, by putting the required information in white, it creates a layered effect with the right attention to the right elements.
A very simple but stylistic approach to airline tickets. One color based design makes this very interesting and gives the design a clean, grid structured layout that is very attractive to the user's eye.
ABN Amro is one of the biggest banks in the Netherlands, and re-creating their mobile app sounded just right. It focuses on a lot of information at the same time, and because of that, it is mainly focussed on the heavy mobile internet users with multiple accounts.