Flashcards for Duolingo to revise topic-based vocabulary

This mini-article is part 6 of a 52-part series — 52 Weeks of Interaction Design by Saleh Riaz. The series is meant to be a personal project. Read more about it in the introductory article or find all interactions here.

Flashcards to learn topic-based vocabulary

Week 5 — Duolingo Flash

The user shall be able to revise the vocabulary of completed topics in Duolingo presented in flashcards form with the translations, usage in sentences, pronunciations, and articles if required.

Learning a new language can be a tough challenge but not necessarily if the medium we use to learn it is fun. The 3 main constituents of a language are form…


Get a real-time preview of your Instagram profile layout to see how things look on real devices

This mini-article is part 5 of a 52-part series — 52 Weeks of Interaction Design by Saleh Riaz. The series is meant to be a personal project. Read more about it in the introductory article or find all interactions here.

A live preview feature for content generation tools

Week 5: The Live Preview

The user shall preview a live instance of the Instagram feed in a real app to see how the new post looks like. The feature will help users preview custom profile feed layouts to give a delightful branding experience to the user profile.


Peeking through your stats for an expense management app.

This mini-article is part 4 of a 52-part series — 52 Weeks of Interaction Design by Saleh Riaz. The series is meant to be a personal project. Read more about it in the introductory article or find all interactions here.

Giving an overview of all the data for an expense management app

Week 4— The Statistical Peek

The user shall land on a dashboard screen where they can have an overview and analytical insights regarding the budget and expenses so they can make informed decisions regarding their expenditure.

Sarah is a 25-year-old marketing professional who is financially supporting their family. Sarah has multiple expenses such as transportation, weekly…


Sending a welcome gift to a new neighbor in your community

This mini-article is part 3 of a 52-part series — 52 Weeks of Interaction Design by Saleh Riaz. The series is meant to be a personal project. Read more about it in the introductory article or find all interactions here.

Sending a welcome gift to a new neighbor in your community

Week 3 — The First Impression

The users shall be able to send welcome gifts to their new neighbors in the community in order to facilitate the ever-longing first interaction.

In today's world, we are socially isolated and the sense of a community has depleted with the newer generations have moved away from the idea…


This mini-article is part 2 of a 52-part series — 52 Weeks of Interaction Design by Saleh Riaz. The series is meant to be a personal project. Read more about it in the introductory article or find all interactions here.

Designing an unconventional way of viewing your mobile wallet

Week 2— A Veristic Swipe

The user shall swipe through the different cards added in the application to view the details and history.

The idea was to define an unconventional, natural, and very delightful interaction. I wanted to work with swiping cards up or down instead of sideways and breaking the typical layout. …


This mini-article is part 1 of a 52-part series — 52 Weeks of Interaction Design by Saleh Riaz. The series is meant to be a personal project. Read more about it in the introductory article or find all interactions here.

Creating a new project sprint

Week 1 — A Palpable Card Fling

The project manager shall easily select and add tasks to create a new project sprint. The ability to peak a task quickly shall also be present.

John, who happens to be a project manager for a valley-based startup called Startup XYZ is managing a small cross-functional team of designers, developers, and testers.

According to John, he takes a ferry every…


2020 was a banger when it comes to design. I, for once made several achievements including getting my portfolio right (I guess we all know how much of a big deal that is for designers).

This year, I wanted to do something different. So I started a weekly series. I like to call it, ‘52 Weeks of Interaction Design’.

The idea is pretty simple.

Research. Prototype. Test. But most importantly, design unconventional solutions.

I won’t lie when I tell you guys that I am bored of designing apps using the predominant design systems and guidelines that literally everyone is using…


Special Olympics World Games Access Control App

In 2019, my firm got the task to design and develop an app for Special Olympics World Games 2019 which was being hosted in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

“The Special Olympics World Games 2019 will be hosted in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates in March 2019 for the first time in the Middle East North Africa since the movement’s founding over 50 years ago. The Crown Prince Court led the winning bid efforts with a mission to promote positive social change for people with intellectual disabilities and create a more inclusive society.”

https://www.abudhabi2019.org/

The Challenge

To design an access control…


Aero Fitness Mobile App

Take full control of your fitness — Aero Fitness is an all-in-one fitness app for fitness enthusiasts who want to lit the spark of keeping themselves fit. This app not only helps ignite the spark but also keep it lit.

You can check out the design case study on my Behance or Using this link

One of the major stakeholders who happen to be the Co-founder of this product came to me with a proposal of exploring the fitness market. …

I design products, interactions, food and my life. www.salehriaz.com

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