Mike Perry's
World Clock App

Designing an interface for a world clock app, based on the graphic design system of the designer Mike Perry, and the guidelines for the design were coded accordingly: Use of a bright and diverse colour palette, composition loaded with shapes and colours, use of thin black contour lines, bold and stylised typography

 

Main challenges: Choosing a graphic language that looked “doodly”, freehand and imprecise. In contrast, creating a coherent and working platform, with legible texts, clear hierarchy and flow.

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The main screens - show the time in Tel Aviv, New York and Brooklyn. The unpainted area is defined by the negative space created by the hands of the clock.

The categories in the menu differ by color. For the texts I chose a doodly handwriting font according to the graphic language of the designer Mike Perry.

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App teaser