(Adobe x Amazon, 2020)
(UX/UI IOS App)
Develop Design System and Iconography. Building Branding & Identity guidelines.
Finalize and complete High-Fidelity prototype and conduct user testing.
Identify the key problems users are facing and meet users' desire. Have continuous reflection and receive feedback.
Scopee is a project created to attend the Adobe x Amazon Creative Jam 2020 to design an user-centric iPad app, aiming to help teenagers to learn about design.
*Duration: 10 days
The team of An Bui, Minh Nguyen, and Cheryl Vo were formed. We worked collaboratively for 10 days to complete the product,
Cheerful: The product's target customers age from 14-17 years old. We believe keeping the product enjoyable will be the key motivation.
Educational: The product goal is to educate young designers, as well as nuturing the future generation of designers.
Engaging: Users can take part in daily challenges related to social issues such as #BlackLivesMatter, #LGBTIQ+, #Climate_Change,.. etc.
Learn Design. Change the World.
Scopee provides online courses provided by well-knowned designers in the industry, aiming to provide interesting and innovative lecture.
You can take part of any challenges on Scopee to get the best out of you!
Yee-haw! By taking challenges, you are now an active member of Scopee and will collect Badges for your engagement.
If you submissions are outstanding, you can earn a badge for it!
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After 10 days of work, we were able to complete Scopee to the Adobe Creative Jam x Amazon 2020. We do not only learn so much through the process, but also challenges ourselves with new competitions.
Product Manager: An Bui
UX/UI Design: Cheryl Vo
UX Design & Content: Minh Huu Quang Nguyen
Design System: We built a collection of reusable components, guided by clear standards with branding colors and typography.
Low-fidelity: We developed a low-fi prototype to test functionality of Scopee.
UI Elements: We broke down the product into UI Elements: navigational and informational components.