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It has been quite the start to the year. From extreme weather to political unrest to the ongoing pandemic, it is a lot to manage. In order to take your mind away from it all and get those creative juices flowing, we’ve put together our monthly installment of the best mobile interaction designs. Read on below to see our picks for February.

1. Weather App by KhoaVu

Weather apps are typically quite plain, but this mobile interaction design approaches the utility app with style and plenty of motion. First, as the temperature is calculated, the numbers tick up until they land on the current temperature…


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Mobile app design is often centered on getting users to take action: buy a product, play another game, send a message. This requires designers to understand what they want users to do and design the flow to persuade them to take that action. But not all actions are created equally. Some persuasive design tricks are aimed at getting us to “buy now.” Have you ever seen a “seven people have booked this hotel in the last 24 hours” message? That is a design element that aims to give an added layer of social proof to get browsers to become customers.


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There is a science to creating trendy products. It all starts with tapping into something that your target market finds familiar and building upon it. This article will break down the five steps entrepreneurs need to follow when making a popular product.

What Makes a Product Popular?

There isn’t an exact formula, but below, we go over some of the leading factors that impact. First, a popular product is useful. This varies significantly; TikTok entertains, New York Times informs, and Venmo helps us send and receive money. A product needs to have a core function that it masters. However, some products can be imperfect if…


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As we lean into winter and get used to it being 2021, designers have been hard at creating interesting mobile interaction designs. These creations reimagine the way we delete content, store data, and more. Read on below to learn more.

1. Cloud Storage App Interactions by tubik

Cloud storage is a must these days to back up data and access it everywhere we go. There is a lot to love in this mobile interaction design, from the way the cards fall and bounce into place to the smooth transitions when tapping into a section using the pop-up menu. But the design element that we love the most…


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As we settle into this new year, there is so much we all learned from 2020. Looking forward, the world remains hopeful that 2021 will bring positive change and a ubiquitous vaccine. In the middle of all of this, designers have stayed as active as ever, pumping out amazing mobile app designs that help us all get healthy, keep our finances in order, and stay informed. Let’s jump right into the top mobile app designs that we picked out this season.

1. Auro by Flexible Fitness Technologies Limited

Around this time of the year, people around the world set their resolutions to improve their lives. Working out…


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With another year under our belts, it’s time to look ahead to make some predictions about design trends we expect to see. In the past, we’ve explored design predictions by tapping design experts around the world. 2021 is no different: we reached out to designers from many different regions to better understand their thoughts on the design industry’s future. Without further ado, let’s jump straight into the trends that are sure to have a big impact on us all this year.

Design Will Go Dark

At this point, many of your apps and mobile products have likely come with a handy dark mode. Whether…


and Break Less Things

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If you’ve spent time in and around startups over the past 10 years, you’ve inevitably heard the saying “move fast and break things.” The idea behind it is that startups must be quick to explore new ideas and bring products to market to disrupt their markets. It was also coined as one of Mark Zuckerberg’s mottos.

This phrase certainly has its merits, as there is never enough time to do things perfectly in a startup. …


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What an unexpected year we’ve had. From a pandemic to political unrest, we can all agree that we are ready to leave 2020 behind. To end the year on a more positive note, we’ve picked out some great mobile interaction designs. Luckily designers around the world are still finding inspiration in these unprecedented times and creating wonderful things.

1. Shopping App Interaction by Karol Cichoń for intent Online grocery shopping has become much more popular during this pandemic. This app concept approaches the add to cart function quite differently. When a user taps on a product and is taken to…


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What a year it has been. Can you believe the holidays are nearly here? Around this time each year, friends, family, and colleagues begin to scratch their heads and wonder what they can get for the designers in their lives. And to help, we provide a yearly guide. (See our 2019, 2018, 2017, and 2016 picks for a bit of nostalgia!) Read on below to see the inspiring gifts for designers we selected this year.

1. Four Point Puzzles

Who knew puzzles would be such a hot commodity in 2020? We sure didn’t, but luckily, there are many puzzle purveyors to make extra time…


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As temperatures continue to drop and half the globe gets ready for winter, designers worldwide are still heating the internet with their mobile interaction design work. This month we explore some retail, finance, and delivery app concepts that visually rethink the “add to cart” feature and more.

1.Money Transfer for Banking App by Brave Wings 🔥 There are many peers to peer payment options out there, but none are particularly personalized. This app concept reimagines the experience with a simple design in mind. It enables you to choose from candy-coated visualizations of your different accounts you might pay from. Tapping…

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