Part 2: Redesigning the United Flight Search in Photoshop
Design | February 19th, 2014
The launch of my new course, Photoshop for Interface Design, is coming up in less than a week! Next Tuesday, February 25th, at 11:00 AM Eastern the course will open up to the public. The beta launch was very well received and I used the feedback to make the course considerably better.
I’ve added four new case studies, hours more content, and at least a dozen more short videos. I think you’ll really like it!
A little teaser
Last week I showed you part one of the United flight search redesign. Today I have part 2 for you. Now this is more of an exercise for learning to design interfaces than it is about a design that United should adopt. Yes, my design is far better than theirs (the bar was pretty low), but there are plenty of design considerations I didn’t have time to take into account.
So watch these videos (starting with part 1) and learn how to use Photoshop to design interfaces.
Want more updates (and a discount) on the course when it launches? Sign up below. I’ll make sure you get another email on Monday with more details on the course.