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Made with Briefbox Winter Spring 19

We’ve seen some incredible submissions at the start of this year and as always it’s a pleasure digging through and seeing what our community have been up to. As we’ve been working hard behind the scenes on some exciting updates due to launch later in the year, you guys have been flaunting your design skills on some of our practice briefs aimed to help you build up your portfolio.

As we do every quarter, here’s a round up of our favourite submissions so far this year. If this lot doesn’t give you an inspiration boost, then who knows what will! Enjoy and do let us know your thoughts! If you’re new to Briefbox and working through some of our briefs, keep your eyes peeled here, you never know when you might get featured!

Reminder app animation and layouts by Lia S

Lia takes things one step further by animating the interactions for her submission to our Reminder app brief. We love her clear, spacious design using a simple eye catching colour palette, and modern sans-serif typography.

Botanicare app screen designs by John Citizen

We’re loving John Citizen’s simple approach to our Plant Care App Brief with these modern, minimal screen layouts.

Hey Chat mobile layouts by Tara nisha

Tara’s fun and playful approach to the Chat bot messenger app brief hit’s the nail on the head. It’s clear, visually engaging and has oodles of space and padding.

Banana Cake Recipe by Lemon Chicken

This awesome, bespoke illustrated recipe is created by the fantastically named designer; Lemon Chicken Por Favor. We love their playful approach to the Recipe Card brief that pushes you to illustrate your favourite recipe in your own way.

Flora Boutique Rebrand by Brian Wu

There is a lot of inspiration to be taken form Brian Wu’s approach to our Rebrand of a boutique florist brief. His mark and font selection are spot on, super clean and ooze class and simplicity. Not only that, he’s made sure to complete all the deliverables the brief asks for which has left him with a pretty solid set of work to use in his portfolio. Strong work Brian 🙂

Keep up the good work and we’ll check in in a few months with our favourite submissions for Spring –  Summer 2019!