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It's time for a new round of our UI challenge! 🎉

Same as last time, the challenge is to design a screen on a specific topic given by us. The goal is to help you improve your skills and creative muscle. Test out layout ideas, experiment with interactions and play with visual styles. Have fun!
Create a marketplace inspired screen. 🛍️

We believe that you have a lot of clothes that you don’t wear and need to store somewhere. Or you just need to get out of the closet? Tell us how you would share your clothes with others or even exchange them for new pieces. Create a marketplace inspired screen to show us all the available clothes for exchange in your region. Filter it by your style and make a deal with your new friend. Think sustainable! We believe that Greta is going to be proud of you.

  • Post your designs anywhere on social media (Instagram, Facebook, Dribbble, Behance..) by Sunday, Feb 9 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.
The best designs will be featured in the next newsletter issue. 🎉
📓 Reading list
Learn how to structure a screen to make quick decisions while designing. 
People enjoy filling ther wishlist, but when it comes to actually committing to purchase, they’re not as eager.
A graduated architect scoured the internet for “every free course available online” to learn more about UX/UI.
How Flipkart used instagram discovery experience to inspire customers to shop in collections.
⚒️ Tools & Resources
One of the biggest obstacles in the design process is keeping everything consistent. We use Sketch's Text styles to help us keep track of type hierarchy.
Step inside the minds of the most innovative designers in a variety of disciplines and learn how design impacts every aspect of life.
💎 Inspiration
A minimalistic page of the subscription-based service devoted to the philosophy of minimalism, respect to nature and zero-waste living.
Village Access is a loyalty app for people who live or visit Greenwich Village, a thriving neighbourhood in New York.
My Little Plastic Footprint is a free app that helps you reduce your plastic footprint by going on a plastic diet.