https://youtu.be/u9HCVPmKWb8 Click the thumbnail to watch the video. Suit Flipping app What if we had a SUIT FLIPPING APP? 📱👔👖 I saw this TikTok video by Steve Harvey illustrated by Ladarius Campbell, where he talks about ‘Every man needs only need 5 suits and 3 shirts’ and out of those, you can make 75 different …
https://kitticai.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Animated-emoji-reactions.mp4 Twitter announced they’re testing an emoji reaction button. As we wait for the feature to be shipped. I made a concept UI of how it would look. Tap on the heart sign ❤️ to see the reactions. My guess how a tweet would look like when everyone has reacted.
Virtual meetings have become a very important part of our daily work schedule. It’s very common now for someone to send you a google calendar invite as opposed to doing a call through the phone.
However, if you’re like me, accessing my scheduled meeting on my computer (It’s easier on the phone app), I usually go to another calendar page to view all my meetings. I only found out the other day about the top right calendar icon on Gmail.
Buying power tokens is not seamless in as much as it’s done digitally.
No Automation. Most of us are familiar with the long process of buying KPLC tokens. You have to physically go to the meter and manually key in units. In an ideal scenario, after buying power, the token units should auto load themselves in the power meter. Unfortunately, that’s not the case with the current KPLC app.
No Real-time Status Updates: On the app, there isn’t a way to check how many tokens you’ve used, what your average monthly consumption is, and an estimate of how much you’re charged per token unit.
In a nutshell, this prototype app is meant for Kenyans to manage their home electricity usage. KPLC being the leading power provider in Kenya, I decided to redesign their current app and give it more functionalities and a modern look and feel.
https://youtu.be/FKL8uLetgjw UPDATE: I made this UI mockup on 31 Aug 2021, and posted it on LinkedIn, five months later I saw it was updated on their latest app. Whether they saw it or not I’m impressed with the move. This post was made 5 months before the ‘dark mode’ update. The idea For some reason, LinkedIn …