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Figma UI UX Design Essentials

Class Project 06 - Moodboard

Daniel Walter Scott

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Hi everyone, it is class project time, you're going to create a Mood Board for your company, not the one that I'm doing, okay, so not headphones, whatever your brief said, your brief might be Bob, and it might be selling, I can't remember all the lists, but, you know, it might be microphones, or it might be honey, or, trying to remember what I had on the list, but go off, find just beautiful stuff, UI components, colors that you like, that you might want to use in your design, as well as look at the industry that your product lives in, in kind of parallel industries, so that you get an idea of, like what's going on at the moment, where you might be positioned. 

Take lots of screenshots, and then you can do one of two things. You can just dump them all on the page, like I did, lazy old Dan, or you could make them a little fancier, by using one of those Figma community examples that we did, I showed you before, you know, all nicely laid out, I don't mind, but just keep it on another page, called Mood Board. 

At the moment mine's kind of hanging out in my LoFi Mobile, and it's just kind of lost in here. It's hard to find later on, in the year, when I need to try and find it, it's going to be hard to figure out, so just create a new page up here, make a Mood Board, put them all on, and then take a screenshot, kind of like this example here, and just upload it to the kind of assignments, projects, comments of this website. 

All right, that is it, go make a Mood Board, I'll see you in the next video.