10 Best UI UX Design of January 2017

January has been a great month for UI-UX Designs. A lot of Agencies, Freelancers and also Independent Designers built incredible products.
In this article, we are going to list 10 best UI UX Design of January 2017.

Moximo. Recruiting app.

Art Lemon’s team built an incredible application to look for jobs. It features more than 500 UI elements, a clean interface and even incredible illustrations. The main colors used are green and orange. In their presentation, they featured all the steps that brought to the creation of the app, including the UX and final UI.

Lonely Planet HP – Marquee exploration

In this quick shot, Claudio showed some new animations introduced to the Lonely Planet website. They featured a very interesting opening screen, with a zoom-out on the photo and a quick appearance of the main elements. But the most interesting element that makes the animation pop even more is the presence of the lenses’ light particles, giving even more depth to the overall composition.
Designer: Claudio Guglieri
Source: Dribbble

Braun site exploration

Eddie created a concept for a possible Braun redesign, featuring a clean and simple design, but never trivial. In fact, he took a particular attention to the button’s shapes and the typography.
Designer: Eddie Lobanovskiy
Source: Dribbble

InVision’s 2016 Year in Review

InVision is one of the most loved tool by Designers, and in order to celebrate their success, they built a website that contains all their achievements from the past year. It features a clean UI supported by eye-catching colors and soft animations.

A new Dropbox.com

In January, Dropbox reinvented the way people collaborate with each other. They released a completely new Home page and two new products. You can read more about their new products in this article.

CroSpots

KREATIVA Studio produced an incredible design of a platform that allows people to discover and explore new places. It features a clean and minimalistic design, with some really interesting details, such as the big red circle placed in the top left corner.
Agency: KREATIVA Studio
Source: Dribbble

Dashboard Engie

AgenceMe shared a small part of a much larger project made for Engie. This small shot features everything a Designer would like to see: A great use of typography, colors and visuals.
Agency: AgenceMe
Source: Dribbble

IoT navigation for smart home product interaction

Fantasy is an incredible agency that has worked for some of the major brands in the world. Gleb is part of the team, and he always delight Dribbble’s users with incredible interactions. In this case, he showed an interaction for a smart home product, supported by two incredible transitions.
Designer: Gleb Kuznetsov
Source: Dribbble

serverstack

In this UI design, Fabio shared two screens of an iOS mobile application. It features a clean minimal UI, with both the light and dark side. The second one is the most unique, thank to the wired illustration that covers the entire bottom right part of the screen. It is indeed a good touch to make the screen pop and to fill a possible gap.
Designer: Fabio Basile
Source: Dribbble

Pricing

Last but not least, we have an incredible design built by Fireart Studio. They featured one of the most “battered” sections of a website, the Pricing section. Generally, it is composed by a couple cards that features the prices and features. In this case, they created a very creative design by adding unique illustrations.
Agency: Fireart Studio
Source: Dribbble