Sarita is a fantastic designer. She did a fantastic job of understanding the problem and helping us figure out what it is that we were really trying to show our users.
He was very proactive, he understood the brief clearly and delivered excellently. Professional and elegant design, just what we wanted. I'm looking forward to working more with anDyrv.
- Wild Turtle
By far the best experience and feedback I have had on 99 Designs. Agency / designer went above and beyond to explore and satisfy the project. Highly recommend to anyone who wants to work with a group that does what it takes.
It was pleasure working with you. We will work again together
- Mars Putra
Thank you very much for your designs.
How douglasSCRUFF started their app design journey
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
SCRUFF is a top-rated gay dating and social networking app that hosts expressive profiles, powerful chat functions and a diverse community of more that 10 million gay, bi, trans, and queer guys worldwide.
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the app?
We are looking for sleek designs that take our branding colors and run with them in a new direction. The font we are moving towards using is Ringside Wide. In photography we use clear bold and masculine imagery that is not vulgar as you'll see in the website. We haven't traditionally used illustration but could potentially be open to the use of it if it integrates seamlessly with our brand.
We have included our app_styleguide and a **newer**, general_font_styleguide. Please feel free to experiment - you don't have to completely conform to our style guides. Be creative!!
1) Action List:
This is a screen that shows the user the actions that they have taken within the app. It encourages them to create a profile. The pictures in the wireframe depict guys the user has attempted to interact with, and these are important to include. The modal shows that the user has "woofed" at two people, and messaged one.
2) The Grid
This is our main grid of guys showing people within the vicinity of the user. The green dot means online. To get a sense of functionality, we encourage designers to download and take a look at this.
3) Profile View
This screen is how a profile is viewed. We are currently moving in a direction of having multiple photos and would love for that functionality to be depicted in the designs.
4) Profile Editor
This is how a user will edit their own profile. It is what is turned into the external view of the profile.
5) Match Feature
The match feature is similar to Tinder and Bumble, but the UI needs an overhaul. You are encouraged to download the app and see the functionality here. It's a swipe left and right through cards to find the people you like.