Result for Android UI/UX (Re)Design Challenge

Early this month I have organized a design challenge which welcomed anyone that are interested in design/redesign an Android app to participate, and I am really thrilled by the huge responses from the community! There are in total 25 qualified entries which is really challenging for the judges to pick the best 5 entries that deserve the 10$ Google Play Store Gift Card. Speaking about judges, these awesome people formed the judgment team: Asher SimondsGuenther BeyerLucas Rocha, Juhani Lehtimäki, and Walmyr Carvalho. Huge thanks to these guys for helping me out voluntarily! And yes, I am not part of the judgment team for maximum fairness in the result.

Result

And the final result are as below. Congratulations to these people! In the upcoming weeks, I will publish posts for these 5 entries to discuss about the comments from the judges, and my point of view about them.

Result

Prize(s)

As promised, the best 5 entries above will win away a 10$ Google Play Store Gift Card. For all other entries that are not in the chosen 5, you guys rock too! This is why I have decided to give away 10 pieces of Android UI Design Kit Logo sticker (measured at approximately 4.5cm x 5.5cm) to all other participants to show my appreciation for your entries. Isn’t that awesome?

Android UI/UX Brand

So everyone that participated in this (Re)design Challenge, please do the following to claim your prize:

  1. Send an email to androiduiux [at] gmail.com with the title Android UI/UX (Re)design Challenge Prize Claim
  2. In the email content, please include your full name, your entry title, full international mailing address and full phone number (with international codes)

That’s all! I will send out the prizes as soon as I can. Again, thank you very much for your entries and I hope to see more awesome design/redesign from you in the community! Till next time!

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4 responses to “Result for Android UI/UX (Re)Design Challenge

    • Hey,

      If I am not mistaken, it’s not possible to make them public since they are shared in a community, unfortunately. Probably join Android Designers Community? ;)

      Taylor Ling

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