We loved seeing all the high quality entries in our recent iTunes Redesign contest and our finalists are ready for judging!
Top 16 Finalists
Here are the 16 finalists (in no particular order) our judges will be deliberating over. Be sure to come back to on Friday, July 1, when we announce all the winners! Before we announce the winners however, we want to hear from you! Which of the following would YOU pick as your favorite? We’ll then compare our official winners with your vote.
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Look through all the finalists below and then vote for your favorite!
“The concept here focuses on the iTunes miniplayer, where one can buy audio and video, and listen to the preview seamlessly.”
“This was a challenging task. I chose to design parts that iTunes does not cover, or does so in a poor way. I specifically concentrated on Trending, Discover, Playlist, and Player.”
“My Apple iTunes Redesign revamp, inspired by Google material design.”
“I focused on an Apple Music Artist Page and tried to eliminate the annoying features of the original interface as much as possible with a minimalistic perspective.”
“…we have made a white interface, highlighting the most important items, in this case the music content. We added a lateral tab, that changes depending on where in the iTunes we are located, showing relevant content of each section, using a balanced visual weight, where the items are symmetrical, and have the same visual importance.”
“The main feature of this design, is a desk containing all your albums. You can drag, rotate, and resize them. They overlap, making you drag them around to see the albums behind. Through this process, you shape an idea of what you feel like and what you really want to listen to, since you make a visual and emotional connection with the album through each cover.”
This is the iTunes that I wanna see in near future! Each tab has its own unique beautiful color gradient, the designs below just show a couple of them.”