The third version intends to expand Zanimljiva Srbija into a portal/magazine, reserving the home page for featured posts only. Full width background images are going to serve as the focal point for the featured post, while the lower part is reserved for a few more of Editor’s pick posts. This way, it will become natural for new posts to be published without a schedule (which was the case in the blog version).
This project is a refresh of the previous version of our Belgrade guide, aiming for a cleaner, fresher and more responsive look and feel. Several concepts are taken into consideration for the home page, but here are the top two, along with an inner page mockup and the mobile version.
One of the numerous concepts for Virtuelna Srbija reconstruction, featuring an illustrated background, a Google Earth map and a time-travel machine interface.
And the interactive postcard/game idea.
reSabi club is a social networking project that I’ve created as part of my final exam at college. The goal of these designs is to create the simplest possible user interface, to counter the complicated social networking environment. reSabi club was built on WordPress and BuddyPress.
It is currently frozen and waiting for better times.
These interface designs came approximately at the same time with the visual identity redesign, which is why there’s a difference in colors and the logo.
Belgrade desperately needed an alternative visitor guide, so I decided to create my own. That is how Belgrade my way was created. It is an active project of mine, evolving over time to offer the best tips and info for both visitors and residents of Belgrade.