I just came across a post from 2016, about why you shouldn’t design your email campaigns. This probably doesn’t apply to all situations and industries, but I know for a fact that many clients pay for lots of hours of crafting, debugging and testing custom templates that aren’t really worth the time.
Link: Don’t Design Your Emails
This is the last Daily UI on the blog. As I’ll be posting them on Dribbble and Twitter.
Fonts are Oswald and Lato.
This is the result:
Definitely needs more love, but that was the work I could produce in the time I had.
What is pictured here is a hover state on the Facebook marker. When hovered, it shows the share count. Same would happen on Twitter and Google+.
Maybe later on I can dig into animating prototypes.
Today’s design challenge is a music player. That task alone could take months of work, so I decided to do a mini-player for the desktop. It features a big album cover and some basic controls.
Here’s the result: