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- custom web app or mobile app screen design
- UI design
- includes high-fidelity mockups
You won't be charged yet. All deposits are refundable.
This designer has completed 25+ projects for DesignCue
Need a simple screen design for an app prototype or pitch deck? We’ll work with your existing wireframes or UX and choose fonts, button styles, colors and UI patterns that best fit your product.
- Review of your UX or wireframes
- high-fidelity mockups
1 screen UI (miscellaneous)- ($X/ea)
- button styles
- font choices
- input/form fields
- search bar
- heading, sub-heading, body text
Marketplace UI - ($X)
- marketplace screen
- product/service page
Login/Sign-up UI Flow - ($X)
- app login screen
- app sign-up flow (2-3x screens)
User Profile UI - ($X)
- Twitter-like profile
- Snapchat-like profile
- Instagram-like profile
- Airbnb-like profile
Leaderboard UI - ($X)
- Game leaderboard
- Competition leaderboard
- app prototypes
- pitch deck demos
- developer hand-offs
- new products
Is the $50 Deposit refundable?
Yes! The $50 Deposit secures your spot on the designers project list and can be refunded anytime before the project begins.
What is the process like?
Once you select you design services, add to cart, and pay the $50 deposit, you'll be connected with your designer and can collaborate in your own shared Basecamp throughout the project.
From there, your designer will reach out to learn more about project and start working on drafts.
Is the listed price the final price?
The listed price is the starting price. A full price list is included in the "details" section for each service. Prices are determined on a "per piece" basis so you never pay for more than you need.
What is a design direction?
A design direction is an intial draft of the project testing colors, fonts, placement and other details. At that moment, you'll choose the direction that best suits your company and the designer will iderate upon it.
What qualifies as a "round" of revision?
A round of revision is a set list of changes that can be made by the designer at one given time. Grouping revisions together in rounds allows for efficient change-making and rapid progress.