UI/UX Design


Personal Project (Class Project)

Navigate Your Day

Days aims to create a calendar app that does not resemble a grid of dates, as seen on a physical print calendar. Instead, this application presents each day as a clock, showing the events for the day. It also lists upcoming events below the clock.


With logos users can create custom branding that can be applied to Makr projects for free or exported to a PNG with a single in-app purchase for use on websites, portfolios, online stores, and other digital mediums. I initially sketched wireframes for the user flow and interface elements, which were then reviewed with our engineering team.

We created a digital product workspace which carries a subset of the print workspace's features, but shares a consistent experience with the print product workspace. I also designed the purchase experience for a logo if the user wanted to use it outside of Makr. Within the print workspace, users can also add a logo to their print projects.

Getting Started

At first-use the user is presented with a welcome screen that informs them that Days will need access to their iOS calendar (where an iOS permission popup will display upon tapping Get Started!).  

A 3 Day View

This initial view provides information about the current and upcoming days. It shows calendar items in the form of a clock and uses color-coded circles to indicate the calendar item’s category. The user can select a new date range, view event information, and select calendars to display.

Viewing a Single Day

Tapping the day or pinching to zoom in brings the user to the day view, where it shows the same clock graphic and calendar events for that day.

Full Screen View

Pinching in again to zoom brings the user to an expanded date view, showing only one day and upcoming events.