In May, 2011, thanks to Bojan Janjanin, I had an honor of working with the team behind Amphetamobile on their new document management app for iOS.
When Amphetamobile asked for my help, they already had a working prototype of the app and a general idea what they wanted it to become. Together, we took their ideas as a starting point and refined them. As a result, AMMO Rack was featured by Apple in U.S. App Store for over a week.
After initial exploring and reviewing different approaches we decided to go with a rack metaphor. The goal was to create a visual identity that communicates sturdiness. We wanted for the device to become a rack when it is used.
Application is able to store multiple categories of media, PDFs, photos or books, and we wanted to present that data all upfront. By using a rack metaphor where one shelf presents one category we where able to solve that problem.
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