INTERACTION DESIGN, PROTOTYPE, 2018
In 2017, the Muzli design team published an article on Medium with a collection of visual design interfaces inspired by the famous paintings of Piet Mondrian, giving birth to a digital visual movement named after the Dutch painter. The Mondrianizm quickly became a trend inside the Dribbble community. Many designers (including me) followed the trend and created beautifully inspiring UI, UX patterns, and transitions seen in various website layouts, photo galleries, carousels, and digital fashion catalogs.
I designed a photography workshop website concept and shared the Sketch file on my Dribbble for anyone to download and freely use on any project.
If you would like to play with the Principle animation file:
Food Photography Contest Website
Shortly after, I revisited the designs and recreated a new colorful concept focused on food photography. The same idea, but this time I introduced more visual elements, such as a grid color selected and adapted from the photos to make the layout more unique to what was displayed.
I also made the Sketch file available for download, and the community feedback about it was very positive – which made me super happy!
Put your hands on the source file :)
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