Practice. Practice. Practice.

Inspired by a challenge kicked off largely by the Dribbble community, 100 Days of UI is an exercise that tasks designers with creating various interface components, once a day, every day, for 100 days straight. From a stylised music player to a dashboard for the connected home, each task is a unique opportunity to push conceptual thinking and visual design skills further, in new and unexpected ways.

Though I intended to use this format to develop and refine my craft, I realised that my greatest learnings were in maintaining a disciplined work-ethic, using inspiration in new ways, and building positive habits. Below is just a selection of my favourites from the series.

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