UI Graphic Design  ︎

Mark










EachOneHelpOne, 2018, Serekunda (The Gambia)


Interface design for Serekunda based nonprofit sustainable project, raised during my volunteering stage on the West coast of Africa. These interfaces aim at providing visibility to a small family-based project with ambitious sustainable goals, offering insights from diverse cultural exchanges and collaborations, information from upcoming events, and a media archive of the project’s development. The idea is to represent a specific target-audience of potential volunteers and participants interested in getting involved, linking to flexible fundraising tools while actively updating to social media.


These UI prototypes intend to be an easy-to-navigate online platform, highlighting experiences from volunteers, showcasing a specific selection of media resources from the local community, the project, current news, etc. The information architecture has been developed through a specific design system, using different UI components across screens, wireframes, working as a scrolling feed with anchored links and slideshows, playing with contrast by using a readable font with variable weights, and a few color variations.