Case Study & UX/UI Breakdown
The Demand Conversion icon is the letter d with 2 additional lines to create a graph icon. It can accompany the text for the primary logo or be contained in a square with rounded corners, as well as standing on its own as an icon.
The Demand Conversion colour palette is bright and playful. It consists of aqua, electric, amber, jam. Shades of each colour may be used, and gradients can be created with the individual colours.
Abstract icons using geometric shapes to represent abstract concepts
User interface design plays a pivotal role in shaping the overall user experience and ensuring that digital products are intuitive and visually appealing. One crucial aspect of UI design is maintaining consistency with branding colors, as it helps establish a strong brand identity and fosters a sense of familiarity for users.
Color psychology plays a significant role in user interface design, as different colors evoke specific emotions and convey distinct messages. Bright colors, in particular, have the potential to positively impact a user’s experience. They create a vibrant and energetic atmosphere, eliciting feelings of joy, excitement, and enthusiasm. Bright colors can captivate attention, enhance usability, and make interactions more engaging.
The brand can use geometric shapes to create patterns and interesting compositions. They work best using 2 colours from the palette.
The primary typeface is Outfit which is a geometric sans serif font that has a friendly feel. Various weights of the font are used.
Pepperplane are incredibly talented UI/UX designers and illustrators. They are always passionate and excited about their work.
Founder CEO at Demand Conversion
Behind the scenes
Demand Conversion was built using some of our favourite programs. Namely, Figma for all of the UX and UI designs we developed; Adobe Illustrator to create the logo and patterns we designed; After effects was used .
UX / UI Design
Animation & Video
Project Management & Tracking