Better than Google Hangouts. We designed a clean and simple interface that intuitively integrated Orange’s extensive feature offerings. Our project scope covered the entire product, spanning from web design, to both front-end and back-end development.
How can we create a comprehensive platform that integrates a maximum number of features and can be accessed on all kinds of devices?
Avoid content overload by using as many simple icons as possible, and opt for lightly-colored backgrounds to contrast with the primary colors of the application.
Myriad Pro Regular
Myriad is the result of a collaboration between type designers Carol Twombly and Robert Slimbach. The design was introduced originally in the multiple master format, which enabled the design to be rendered dynamically from light to extra bold weights, and from condensed to extended widths. When Adobe stopped making multiple masters fonts, a new version of the family, which also included an extended character set, was developed in 2000 by Fred Brady and Christopher Slye.
A professional, easy-to-use tool that is both customizable and fun.
Business, place groups, private
Text and video chat at the same time
Multiple message option
Many of the features posed a real challenge when it came to mobile devices. In particular, one of these features was meant to facilitate group calls and messages and the creation of discussion groups. Due to the constraints of mobile devices, it was necessary to simplify the user experience by creating a maximum number of streamlined icons, easy-to-read texts in the calls-to-action, and user-friendly UI elements (lists, checkboxes, radio buttons, etc.).
Our goal was to create a mail app with clear and intuitive design while keeping Orange’s brand. So we decided to kept their colors scheme and icons.