What an overwhelming response from the first two challenges! I know I said it before, but I really enjoy seeing every submission, and appreciate every feedback given. If you haven't give the challenge a try, I strongly encourage you to join us in this fun challenge! 🤩✨
There's a few 1 pager (or should I say 1 section 😆) design previously, how about let's make a Homepage for a Modern Interior Furniture Store?
So, in this challenge, we will be creating a minimalistic E-commerce Website with the touch of modern UI. Create a homepage following the design. Fulfill Target and/or Extra below:
- 🎯 Target : User can see the similar design
- 🎯 Target : Responsive design
- 🎯 Target : Filter products
- 🎯 Target : Multiple showcase (use arrow button to navigate)
- 🎯 Target : On mobile, when I select the hamburger menu, I can see a navigation (use your own creativity)
- 🎯 Target : On mobile, I can slide the products to left-right.
- 🌟 Extra : Add animation to the filtering
- 🌟 Extra : Add animation when scrolling down the page
- 📃 Icon : https://icones.js.org/collection/all
- 📃 Hosting: https://vercel.com/
⚠ It will defeat the purpose of learning if you just copy and paste someone else's answer 😭!
If you are ready to take on the challenge, then
- Help 💖 this design on Dribbble, and follow me! Please... 😳
- Bookmark this post so that you can submit it easier.
- Right-click here and open Open link in a New Tab to see the Figma Design.
- Enjoy coding! 🤩
- Come back to submit!
All the images and assets are free to use, and can be exported from the Figma Design.
Once you've completed, come back to this post, and submit your solution using the following
template in the comment section. You are encouraged to comment and upvotes other's answer!
Feedback: This is awesome! Demo: <url> Github: <url> Tech-Stack: Vue, TailwindCSS Learning Outcome: 1. 2.
I share these design freely so that anyone who wanted to practice or challenge Web design be able to do so without paying other platform (ahem) to get their **Figma Design*🎨 file.
You are free to use the Design you've created in your portfolio. No copyright claims or anything.
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Top comments (19)
Feedback: This is awesome! i like this challenge
nextJS - sass :D
Glad to see that you enjoy it! 😁
Nicely done on the filters! and I love that you split those code into different section (header/main/footer) and components! 🤩
I tried to do this as clean as I wanted to, but I'm kind of in a rush. I apologize already for my messy code and conversion. :D
Tech-Stack: HTML, Sass, Js
experimenting with the tilt effect, also with transition events
I love it! Search button, mobile menu, hamburger icon animation, tilt effect looks super good!
Thank you for taking on this challenge (even though you are in a rush Hahaha)
Thank you! I'm looking forward to the next challenge and next time I'll take my time Hahaha. :D
Thank you again for creating those awesome designs. :D
No problem! Feel free to share around, or invites others to join this challenge! Hahahahaha 😉
Feedback: Nice challenge. Very good for learning and practicing.
Tech-Stack: Vanilla (html, css, js).
Awesome! I like the animations and sliders. And glad to hear you have so many learning outcome!
cursor: pointerto your button to let the user know this element can be clicked.
Productsfont-size is significantly smaller than other heading.
Thank you so much for participating in this small challenge 😂🤩
Feedback: This series is awesome. Its nice to get an opportunity to challenge myself to implement these designs.
Tech-Stack: ReactJS, CSS
P.S. : I've made some changes to the layout inorder to show maximum content on mobile screens.
You could try
.Appto address wider screen monitor, else the design would feel too empty.
Also, the font-size is not quite consistent, it would be much better if the font-size for smaller text be the same.
Nonetheless, good try! 🤩
Point noted....Ill try to fix those...I am mostly using percentage and ems for element widths. However, your designs mention pixels for the element sizes...If I try to use them the layout is not looking similar to the design..Can you suggest any solution to make it pixel perfect
Feedback: This is awesome!
Tech-Stack: React, HTML, CSS, JS, Styled-components, Swiper, React-select
Thank you for the design :)
Fantastic idea for an article series! This content is the cream of the crop for dev.to, keep it up!
Thank you!! 🤩 It's been a wonderful series seeing so many devs took on this challenge and actually completed it!
Chuckle i'm in
That's a great idea ! As a backend developer, I am interested in by web design and I'm learning it. This post comes out at a perfect timing so I can exercise 😍
Perfect! Excited to see your masterpiece! 🤩
I went a bit crazy with this one 😄: dev.to/microbouji/ui-html-css-5k2