Vibes app

in the mood for music

During my training in Web Design, we had to design the Onboarding (“embarquement” for fans of Molière) and the player (“lecteur” for fans of Charles Aznavour) of a streaming music application (“diffusion en continu” for fans of Quebec).

The application also had the particularity of offering music videos.

 

Starting idea

I started from the observation that from one day to the next we are not necessarily in the mood to listen to this or that music. Spotify’s daily Mix, for example, is a tool very powerful but overly generalistic.

Certainly, if you have a precise mood, you can choose specific playlists, but they are proposed by others. Why not creating an app that offers personalized music flow according to mood and which refines over time?

On boarding

During the onboarding, the application sets the tone by proposing a Chinese portrait questionnaire and a choice of emoticons to determine your mood.

TEMPLATE
FULLSCREEN

GOOD MOOD

Depending on your mood, that you can change at any time, the design will be different and obviously the music flow will be adapted.

Each time you start the app, you can set your mood if you want.

a light tone, an offbeat design

With Vibes, we do not take ourselves completely seriously. Music touches heart and soul, so we need to avoid to be too dramatic. A form of derision and shifting is at work in the application to play down the way we feel in everyday life.

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