Word Bath is a digital version of Speed Scrabble I designed while at Fuzzco. Players attempt to make a set of words out of the 5 letters they have. If a player runs out of tiles, each player must grab a new tile. Players can rearrange their letters as much as they need but must always have a full set of words to get a new tile. The player who runs out of tiles first wins.
Role: Design, Branding, UX, Concept
Given the fast nature of the game, I wanted it to feel minimal but also very responsive and slick. I kept things quite flat but when you pick up a tile, it literally lifts off the screen, and you could flick it around like with a real tile.
It was also important to visualize the actual physical nature of the gameplay. The pile of blank squares at the top represents the user's remaining letters left to use. This makes it look and feel almost like a real life game.