Photo Editor App Design


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About the Project

Through efficient and enticing creating tactics, UIDesignz's UI/UX services assist brands in developing identities that are engaging, enjoyable, and trustworthy. Our job is to provide user interface design services that can help brands perform better to improve communication and their personalities so that they can connect with their consumers.


By providing photographers with all the necessary expert tools and resources in one convenient location, our goal is to revolutionize the way people take and edit pictures.

One approach to preserving memories of life events is through photographs. People who own smartphones can capture thousands of images all across the world, preserving precious memories. Mobile applications offer a variety of functionality, including image editing, to enhance people's interest in photography. Our team frequently works on projects of this nature due to the great demand for photo editing products today.

Common users of photo-editing software include young people. Most girls enjoy snapping selfies and beautifying them with accessories and unique effects. Today, we'll provide a fresh case study showcasing the development of a kid-friendly photo editor app.

Our Goal

UI/UX design for photo editing app from scratch to finish.

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The Problem

There are many photo editing apps in the app stores right now. Still, users are facing problems with understanding the complex editing system and hundreds of tools, and these problems often discourage users from using the app, so these apps lose around 80% of their users in the first 2-3 months. Our challenge is to create a user-friendly app that provides the ultimate photo editing experience.


The main aim was to produce a modern, vivacious, feminine, masculine, and playful UI design while creating a sophisticated UX design. Additionally, our group decided to design a unique set of icons and use a vibrant color scheme in the user interface.

Analyzing The User's Goals

This phase assists in gathering the essential data necessary to produce a product that stands out from the competition and meets customer expectations. Before starting the designing process, our team developer had done user and market research. The designer decided on fundamental UX solutions and stylistic choices based on the findings of the study and team brainstorming.

Developing Stage

It was the team's responsibility to arrange and present all the user's demanded features so that anyone could modify them intuitively. The team produced paper designs showcasing the information architecture of the intended layout to speed up this procedure and quickly make a schematic visual depiction of app screens and transitions. Developers and clients can clearly understand the layout structure using wireframes.

Development Process

The display of the characteristics was the focus of the second scheme. Banners were taken down. The CTA was in the center, with the icons positioned at the top of the screen. Such a layout made it feasible for consumers to focus their attention while eliminating distractions and improving navigation. Additionally, the team created a unique feed showcasing current and well-liked effects so consumers could easily access the greatest features.

Following a number of imaginative experiments, the team settled on the banner-free layout and created the third option shown in the top image as the standard user interface (UI) that users will encounter when using the app. This layout helps interactive areas stand out and is appropriately divided. Additionally, customers had the opportunity to switch at any time between the second variety and another style alternative. Users are drawn to the custom icons in this layout style.

Final Stage

Making distinctive symbols that would set the product apart from the competition was one of the main responsibilities. The graphic designer accepted such an intriguing assignment.

Our team began with hand sketching to save time and let the fantasy do the work. Three sets of icons, each with a different design and concept for each feature, were provided by our team.


We needed to take a step back while working on this project to comprehend the limitations we faced.

Overall, in order to make a move more seamless, we had to work within the limitations we had set and maintain the majority of the UI components and features. However, it was crucial that the design modifications we did suggest would benefit not only inexperienced consumers but also the broader photo editing ecosystem.

Our Toolset

Adobe Photoshop Adobe illustrator Adobe XD figma Adobe Photoshop Frame

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