With two designs already on here, Spotify is a prime example of an app being so well-known that a lot of designers take a stab at redesigning it. Some designs are based around the app itself and some are based around the mobile experience. Whichever way you look at it, with Spotify being as popular as ever, the redesigns will keep coming, despite its recent overhaul.

Leonardo De La Rocha has one further and not only redesigned the app itself, but also rejigged the logo to suit the design as well. Basing the Discover screen around a “no-touch” concept, the new design is a stark difference to the current iteration. Featuring sharp angles for text placeholders, bigger bolder icons, and the gorgeous Campton typeface, Leonardo brings his own touch to Spotify, and makes me wish this version would be the real one.

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