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πŸ’‘ DesignSlices UI Challenge
We are introducing a new section in our newsletters (:drum rolls:), please welcome #DesignSlices UI challenges! πŸŽ‰Β 

From now on, no more passive scrolling. The challenge in front of you is to design a screen on a specific topic we give you and get to share your talents with us. With this we encourage you to stay proactive and practice your skills. We will create a bucket post for each challenge on Dribbble where we will store the applied designs. The best ones will be featured in the next issue and get a shout out on our Instagram stories, giving you opportunity to show your work to a broader audience.

  • Post your designs anywhere on social media (Instagram, Facebook, Dribbble, Behance..) by Sunday, Jul 14 23:59 CEST
  • Use hashtag #DesignSlices so we can easily find it
  • Design on a platform of your choice. It can be a website or a mobile app, whatever suits you.
P.S. If you don't have a Dribbble account yet, DM us on Instagram or Facebook, we have a couple invites to share. :)Β 
Your first challenge is to design a booking details screen.Β 
With no doubt, now is the time to book rooms for your summer vacation, but, let's do this one with a twist. Let's try something not as usual, so imagine you have to book a friend. It could be for any reason, maybe you want to go wine tasting, get together for a coffee, to a book reading.. really anything that comes to your mind. Be your own creative director. If you want, you can also do the whole booking flow, we won't mind. :)Β 

And now let's continue to our newsletter topic, which is, go figure - booking related.Β 

Happy sketching!
Booking.com β€” UX Case Study
Starting from service's pain points, see how this designer tried solutions to solve them and introduce new features overall to improve the user experience.
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Explore new color palettes, revamped contrast, and increased legibility.

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πŸ’Ž Inspiration
Service Dog Walking Landing Page
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You must see this mesmerising representation of - a new way of living.

Payment flow for a yacht booking service application.
A minimalist concept.Β