UX/UI resources Submission Guidelines and Requirements.
Last updated January 15, 2022
- • Build product design based on a logical design flow that includes at least one best-case scenario.
- For example, if you want to create a full e-commerce project, you must include the home page, search results page, view item details, shopping cart, checkout and a thank you page
If you want to go one step further, you can also include login, signup, account sections, orders, emails and anything else which boosts UI.
- • Be creative! Try to think outside the box and come up with a fresh design idea that supports your portfolio and sales.
- • Adherence to UX design standards, principles and consistency is essential so that other designers and startups can review, consume, maintain, and extend your designs.
- • We encourage you to include workflows or userflows for your design. It may be optional, but it’s a great way to build an image of professionalism and to make your design more cohesive to potential clients.
- • If you would like to sell a separate screen, it is advisable that you provide best practices for it or highlight that it contains a new idea.
- • Pro Tip – visualize which screens are used most!
Files Structure and Guidelines
- • Use established and smart design tools such as Sketch, Figma or XD.
- • Use standard artboard sizes to adjust content when resizing.
- • Use smart layer & typography styles, and boost your layer organization using “/” to display the contents hierarchically.
- • The design theme should be flexible for customization through the use of symbolic components in a centralized place.
- • Name and order your artboards consistently.
- • Design files must be professionally organized with all layers grouped and named appropriately.
- • For all UI Kits resources, you should provide a style guide that includes typography, color and main components styles.
- • Use varied and realistic dummy data.
- • Make sure that all icons are vectors and/or exportable.
- • If the design includes licensed assets, make sure these files (such as images, vectors or fonts) are properly licensed for commercial use.
- • The ZIP file must include all source file(s), fonts and URLs of any licensed assets.
- • The design preview must include clear images to effectively showcase your design.
- • You should list the features and description of your design in a clear way.
- • For example:
- • List the number of pages included.
- • Describe what the project is designed for.
- • The number of themes or modes.
Do’s and Don’t’s!
- • Do ensure there are no empty groups, groups with only a single layer, or layers that serve no purpose.
- • Don’t include duplicate screens or unnecessary components.
- • Don't clone or repeat any free design themes, assets or resources that already owned by other designers.
- • Do yourself proud with an original, compelling and clean design!
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