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How we created a smashing UX/UI design for the most funded app ever on Kickstarter

Awesomic crafted UX/UI design for memoryOS – the app that became the most funded ever in the history of Kickstarter (as of July 2021). Backers made an amazing pledge of $642,014 in just about a month to help bring this app to life.

Awesomic crafted UX/UI design for memoryOS – the app that became the most funded ever in the history
of Kickstarter
(as of July 2021). Backers made an amazing pledge of $642,014 in just about a month to help bring this app to life.

We also created the winning visuals for the memoryOS
Kickstarter project page, the App store, and social media.

memoryOS is a cutting-edge US startup. This ed-tech company, which is co-founded by the 2X World Memory Champion Jonas von Essen, developed a gamified app for memory improvement.

Location
the U.S.
Category
Startup
Plan
Pro
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2,8K
backers supported

the application

design projects

done with Awesomic

$642K

pledged on

Kickstarter
28

business days spent on

completing the project
task types:

 logo,

graphics, UI/UX,
website redesign

$642K

pledged on

Kickstarter
2,8K
backers supported

the application

backers supported

the application

28

business days spent on

completing the project

business days spent on

completing the project

Challenge

The goal was to redesign the screen drafts provided by the client, stepping up the UX/UI game. For this, we had to improve the navigation and enhance the visuals.

The solution had to serve as an example of the Silicon Valley startup design.

Play With Before / After
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Improved visual hierarchy

We decluttered the UI and gave a better highlight to the crucial elements so they have a distinctive and more playful look.

Rich visuals

We added some juicy visual elements, which are both useful and appealing, like the pushing ring for the timer.

Typefaces that rock

We replaced the main typefaces with ones that are more user-friendly. Instead of the original Red Hat Text we chose SF Pro Display that is more common for iOS apps.

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Enhanced structure

The initial screens had a surplus of fonts, sizes, and colors. We simplified, unified, and structured the visual elements.

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