Posts Tagged ‘iPhone’

Most Appreciated Projects: Monthly Roundup

Appreciations are a way to send genuine kudos to another creative professional on Behance. This is our community’s way of curating the network, so that the best projects gain the most exposure. Here’s a look at two of the most appreciated projects on Behance this month:


UI/UX Designer Sanat Rath experiments with long shadows on iOS7 icons and shares his approach. Check out the full project here.


Snask, a Swedish brand, design and film agency created a colorful exhibition design project for the Yay Festival.  Their branding and attention to detail have the Behance community buzzing. See more here.

This Week’s Most Appreciated Projects

Appreciations are a way to send genuine kudos to another creative professional on Behance. This is our community’s way of curating the network, so that the best projects gain the most exposure. Here’s a look at two of the most appreciated projects on Behance this week:


Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is hard work, but this app makes monitoring your BMI, calorie intake and heart rate easy. This informative app with a beautifully designed interface comes from web designer Gabor Jutasi and graphic designer Daniel Koveshazi. See more “medical apps” here.

Digital artist Timothy Reynolds created a series of low-poly animal sculptures – the result of a self-initiated animal study. Check out the full series of 3D digital renderings (including an elephant, wooly mammoth and a reindeer) here.

Highlights from our Curated Galleries

Our Curated Galleries supply a steady stream of top creative work, organized by themes like architecturepackaging design and fashion. Our curation team combs through every project published on Behance to serve up the best of what they find. Click here to view the full selection of curated sites. 



Animals” on the Character Design served site.



Ghost in the Machine” on the Editorial Design served site.

This Week’s Most Appreciated Projects

Appreciations are a way to send genuine kudos to another creative professional on Behance. This is our community’s way of curating the network, so that the best projects gain the most exposure. Here’s a look at two of the most appreciated projects on Behance this week:


The Federal
, a Canadian design studio, created a line of quality kitchen knives out of wood instead of steel, giving them a whole new look and feel. See the full project here.


Brazilian Art Director Felip Luchi creates an impactful visual by transforming the technology  in many of our lives into miniature jailhouses, for a recent campaign urging people to go outside. See the full project here.

 

Most Appreciated Projects on Behance

Appreciations are a way to send genuine kudos to another creative professional on Behance. This is our community’s way of curating the network, so that the best projects gain the most exposure. Here’s a look at two of the most appreciated projects on Behance this week:

In her humorously titled project “Dump” Russian illustrator Easy Erika shares her recent winter ‘doodles.’ Check out the full series here.

This National Geographic app, designed and creative directed by Ben Cline, lets users explore National Parks from their phones or iPads, collect recommendations, and discover park secrets. Highlights include an interactive map, GPS, and stunning photography. Check out the full project here.

Most Appreciated Projects on Behance

Appreciations are a way to send genuine kudos to another creative professional on Behance. This is our community’s way of curating the network, so that the best projects gain the most exposure. Here’s a look at two of the most appreciated projects on Behance this week:

Fred Nerby‘s concept design for a new, responsive desktop and iPad Facebook app has been generating a lot of buzz. He approached the platform from a user perspective, targeting personalized data in a visually appealing way. Check out the full concept here.

Who knew iPhone photos could be so captivating? Brock Davis makes a great case for Instagram as art with his series of whimsical, creative photos from the past year. See the full series here.