πŸ‘‹ Designers, Contest #11 is open for your entries! πŸ† See contest details

Contest #9 ended April 14th, 2019

Design a doc with superpowers

Note From Adam

πŸ‘‹ Hey Designers,

Documents are some of the most commonly designed products, empowering customers, companies, teams, and individuals to do their jobs and realize their goals. Developing skills with documenting tools is one way you can start differentiating ourselves as experienced, professional designers.

Keeping up with creative trends is an important part of growing as designers. The No-Code movement is one trend that’s disrupting the way we think about documents. It’s time to apply your design thinking process and skills to the No-Code revolution with UX Design Contest 9.

This contest is your opportunity to design and build an amazing doc with popular No-Code tools, show it off to the world, and build out your design portfolio. It’s beginner-friendly and... there will be prizes!

🀞Good luck and happy designing!

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Adam Ruf
Creator, UX Design Contest; Product Designer at AngelList

Desired Outcomes

By participating in this contest, you will

  • Gain experience using popular No-Code tools
  • Practice applying your design process to documents
  • Design a useful doc that your audience will love
  • Strengthen your presentation skills
  • Have a chance at winning cool prizes

How to Enter

  1. Use Airtable, Coda, or Glide to build an original document that
    1. Is useful for the intended audience πŸ™
    2. Shows off some cool superpowers πŸ’ͺ
  2. Use Loom or Soapbox to record a 3-minute narrated presentation of your project.
  3. Use the Entry Form to submit links to your doc and presentation video.

Judging Criteria

Criteria Weight
Utility and impact
Originality and creativity 40%
Emotional design and humor 20%

Tools & Resources

  • No-Code Tools
  • Airtable

    An Airtable is a spreadsheet on steroids. By combining easy data entry and the ability to define and share different views of the data, you can create documents that do the work of multiple apps. πŸ’ͺ

  • Coda

    Embed tables, create different views, add conditional formatting, plus all the usual doc tools allow you to build some pretty, pretty, pretty amazing docs.

  • Glide

    Create mobile apps from Google Sheets. 🀯

  • Screen Recording
  • Loom

    Adam's current favorite -- Easily record your screen, webcam, or both

  • Soapbox

    Easily record your screen, webcam, or both

Winners

( β—‘ α—œ β—‘ )

πŸ† Congratulations to Shubhangi G. who won $50 for her charity and a 1:1 mentoring session for the Trip Planner super doc she made with Coda

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