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The final round of the Visily Design Contest took place at Hoa Sen University in late August, featuring competition from six teams from several schools, including Hoa Sen University, University of Economics and Law – Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City, and FPT University.
|The Visily Design Contest is aimed at those passionate about information technology, communication, and creativity.|
Targeted at students aged 16-25, the contest provided a place to unleash their creativity and showcase their ideas in website/app UI design. The competition created an environment for exchanging knowledge about one of the most exciting fields in the digital economy.
Contestants competed in teams over four rounds:
The finalists included six teams: Team TechPrincess, Team ExCre, Team TripleN, OT3, Team G3 NOT 3, and Team Kiminonawa.
Their designs spanned various industries, including an ice cream ordering app, a cafe website, a gamified English learning app, and an app for managing passwords, documents, and payment information.
The designs were eye-catching, aesthetically pleasing, and demonstrated a seamless experience for online users.
Selecting a winner proved to be a challenge for the judges, who ranked contestants based on criteria such as creativity and originality, feasibility, visual appeal, and optimised user experience.
Visily's founder, Nguyen Quang Buu, said: “We are the only product on the market leveraging AI technology to assist users in designing high-quality interfaces. I hope that contestants have gained valuable experience and skills through this competition, preparing them to build great technology products in the future.”
|Team G3 NOT 3 was awarded first place|
Team G3 NOT 3 was awarded a first-place prize worth VND20 million ($869) for their interface design featuring a cafe website named Le Petit.
Two second-place prizes, each worth VND10 million, went to ExCre for their design of an ice cream ordering application and OT3 for their children’s English learning application.
Third-place prizes, worth VND5 million, went to Triple N for an interface design, Kiminonawa for their password management app, and TechPrincess for their design of a furniture website.
The organising committee also awarded eight consolation prizes to teams that did not make the finals.
Since its trial version in July 2021, Visily has helped thousands of non-designers create beautiful and complete product interfaces. With its rich library of ready-made product pages, design elements, and AI features, Visily has made UI design an easy and enjoyable experience.
In April 2022, the company released its first official version with a series of new features and significant improvements, such as multi-user editing and group workspaces, as well as screenshot-to-design and sketch-to-design functions.
Visily, which specialises in AI-powered design software, has now also reached more than 10,000 users worldwide.
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