Congratulations to

Kenta Kudo

on completing

Design 101

Kenta's Work

November 2018

Evaluate design

After going through theory about design principles, Kenta put their new knowledge into practice by analyzing both good and bad examples of apps/websites.

Why do you want to learn design?

Before diving deep into the course, Kenta shared their learning goals with their mentor.

Evaluate design

After going through theory about design principles, Kenta put their new knowledge into practice by analyzing both good and bad examples of apps/websites.

Sketch your logo

To keep practicing sketching and idea generation, Kenta also sketched ideas for the logo of the app or site to be designed.

Generate ideas

Kenta started generating ideas for their main course project, starting with a brainstorming exercise.

Sketch your design

After generating ideas with words, Kenta started getting hands-on by making 5 sketches of their design.

Create your provisional style tile

Create your provisional style tile

Gather your icons

Next to photography, iconography is a really important part of a brand’s imagery. In this project, Kenta chose the icons they’d be using.

Final style tile

Kenta put everything together in this deliverable: colors, type, imagery, and logo.

Set up a photographic library

As a next step in building the style guide for their project, Kenta chose at least 10 pictures that aligned with the style they want to convey.

Vectorize your logo

While learning about vectors, Kenta practiced by creating a simple logo for their project.

Deconstructing grids

After learning about grids, Kenta took a look at 2 sites and analyzed what kind of grid they might be using.

Practice visual hierarchy

Here, Kenta practiced creating visual hierarchy for a couple of hypothetical cases.

Create and explore your sections

Things started to ramp up here! Kenta created multiple versions of wireframes for their project.

Find the right patterns

Kenta took a look at common UI patterns and analyzed 2 for navigation, 2 for search, and other 2 specific for their project.

2 high-fidelity versions of your design

Every designer understands the value of iteration and exploration. Kenta spent some time creating 2 hi-fi versions for their design.

Final version

After gathering feedback from their mentor and other people they showed their design to, Kenta created the final version of their project. Ta-da!