Systemize incorporates a design that separates it from competitors in the space (think Dropbox, Google Drive, and Evernote). Switch from light to dark mode as you please, and with multi-device functionality, use it on your desktop, mobile, or tablet.
It begins with a mood (board).
Systemize is for the modern worker, so it had to look modern. I gravitate towards simple yet chic, the drama of monochrome given levity with a pop of brightness. Simple sans-serif fonts round out the sleek look.
The logo needed to be simple yet strong. The circles represents order and organization, the goal of the main use of the app.
The style guide brings everything together.
I wanted to create something that differentiated Systemize from its competitors while still incorporating a chic, minimal style that lets users know this isn’t another boring app to store your work projects. Systemize is bright but not overbearing, fun but not silly. It’s an interesting app meant to hold all of the pieces of a user’s interesting life.
Clean, simple design.
I utilized the monochromatic color scheme as the base with hints of light salmon to create a clean yet unique look.
Conversational and tailored to the target customer, UX writing is just as important to get right as the visual design.
Building on a grid keeps everything in line and appealing to the eye. The use of color promotes calls to action for the user.
The same design, transferred to mobile.
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