Limited Interactive Prototype 
Introduction...
Hi everyone. I'm Tara; I'm a graphic designer with 15+ years of experience, predominantly Print and Publishing. I recently decided to make the move into UX/UI design. In doing this challenge for the next 10 days, I'm hoping to help bump up some skills and add some pages to my portfolio. I would love it if you followed along and offered feedback. 

Challenge #1...
The first challenge from Adobe was to create an Event Web Page. You can check it out here: https://www.behance.net/dailycreativechallenge. Because it didn't specify what type of event. I went simple with party invite that is based on my birthday that happened a few weeks past. Sorry for the late invite, you can always join us next year.

Initial Sketch
Step 1...
First things first. Usually, when starting a project, the first thing I do is look for inspiration and do some quick sketching of ideas out on whatever scrap of paper is cluttering my desk. It makes sense to me.
Step 2... 
Next I choose a style. As it is a party, I start with a vibrant colour theme. I pulled this swatch pattern from a simple google search. I used Adobe Fonts to look for an appropriate typeface. I have to say, I'm loving the update to Typekit, no more limits on where I can and can't use fonts, allowing me more ease when flipping between prototyping and print design. I liked Fat Frank for my headers and Forma DJR Text for my body. Next I checked out unsplash for a part image.

Photo by Michael Discenza on Unsplash
Photo by Marcela Laskoski on Unsplash
Photo by Josh Bean on Unsplash
Photo by Marten Bjork on Unsplash
Photo by Georgia de Lotz on Unsplash
Photo by Mohammad Metri on Unsplash
Quick and dirty video walkthrough
The Screens
Things not done for lack of time
Because this was just a challenge project, it is quite rough and missing a lot of the polishing that iteration will do. Simple things, like spelling and grammar. 
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