DoneDone is a nifty issue tracker app that needed a new visual brand system and website to launch a completely new version.

Some foundational brand decisions like the typography, an icon set, and extended color palette were ironed out to provide a framework for communicating DoneDone's new features.

Each feature is called out by a different color "bubble" to relate to the main logo.

Icons were drawn for all sorts of UI elements, sometimes paired with one of the status “bubbles.”

The "How it Works" page was organized by example scenarios with screenshots to explain each feature and how it relates to your workflow.

The footer illustration had alternates depending on which page you are on. Each was inspired by a different historic event where a group of people had to work together and communicate in order to get something amazing done.

The “About” page told DoneDone’s story with profiles of the team in order to show that there’s real people behind this thing, and it’s not another faceless corporation petting cats trying to harvest your data.

Each layout was streamlined and refocused for the celly.

We're still proud of that bubble menu.

Check out DoneDone to help get your next project did.

DoneDone is a nifty issue tracker app that needed a new visual brand system and website to launch a completely new version.

Some foundational brand decisions like the typography, an icon set, and extended color palette were ironed out to provide a framework for communicating DoneDone’s new features.

Each feature is called out by a different color "bubble" to relate to the main logo.

Icons were drawn for all sorts of UI elements, sometimes paired with one of the status “bubbles.”

The “How it Works” page was organized by example scenarios with screenshots to explain each feature and how it relates to your workflow.

The footer illustration had alternates depending on which page you are on. Each was inspired by a different historic event where a group of people had to work together and communicate in order to get something amazing done.

The “About” page told DoneDone’s story with profiles of the team in order to show that there’s real people behind this thing, and it’s not another faceless corporation petting cats trying to harvest your data.

Each layout was streamlined and re-focused for the celly.

We're still proud of that bubble menu.

Check out DoneDone to help get your next project did.

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