Project Overview

Amondo enables you to access and bring together the best content surrounding your brand into curated feeds called Imprints. I’ve been working with Amondo since 2017, designing the first version of the Imprint, which has since served a number of high profile clients including Dr. Martens, Warner Music, Live Nation and Formula E.

Amondo 1


With this redesign of the Imprint we wanted to bring new grid and overall make the Imprint feels more interactive and customizable. The new Imprint allows users to order the grid fully based on their needs.
UI elements are designed in a way to support these grid customizations as well as enable users to turn on/off, and cut off some of the things that they don't want.

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Below are the screens that shows how the tile look when it's opened. We wanted to have full focus on the opened photo, but still show previous/next photos as well, in order to make it easier to explore more content. Also here we have UI elements such as navigation below the photos that either can be included or excluded.

Amondo Opened Tiles 1
Amondo Opened Tiles 2

Bofore → Imprint 1.0


After → Imprint 2.0

The process

Since I was very well aware of the ins and outs of the Imprint, I started exploring different variations through low-mid fidelity wireframes. Me and my colleague Djordje Vanjek were discussing over these wireframes what we want to implement, cut out, and change. Big shoutout to all the devs, curators, and CEO Charlie - as we were all collaborating closely during the process.




Scope & Deliverables

Web design
Responsive design

Team Amondo

Charlie Buckle - Founder & CEO
Djordje Vanjek - Managing Project & Design Team
Nikola Ristic - Dev Team
Nusu Alabuga - Dev Team
Eugene Chekan - Dev Team
Jure Sotošek - Dev Team
Rory Buckle - Operations

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