“The leap from iPhone 4S to iPhone 5 is no less significant or impressive than the leap from the original MacBook Pro to the Unibody. In both cases, the end result bore familiarity of form, but was lightyears ahead in … Read more →
User Experience designers, so called, try to elicit emotional responses from users. Is the reason for creating great UI to make you feel good or is the purpose to make a task easy or simpler than before? Food for thought … Read more →
Bjango updates iOS Photoshop Actions & Workflows Basically: if you work in Photoshop, especially designing apps and especially in CS6, you want these.
Adobe has a new iPad app out that looks pretty interesting: Adobe Proto. It’s for creating wireframes of new website and app ideas, and of course it supports many of the features you’d expect like CSS grid systems and Adobe’s … Read more →
Photoshop CS6 improvements Adobe just released a Photoshop CS6 beta. Marc Edwards of Bjango has an overview ready of the major changes, with a perspective on interface design.
“The number of ™ and © marks that appear in a product’s description tends to be inversely proportional to how awesome the product is.” — Dustin Curtis
“We interrupt this paragraph of text you were just reading to bring you a word from our sponsor.” — Shawn Blanc
Twitter is getting a major design and experience overhaul across its native and web apps. You can watch the promo above or check out more information about all the changes. One thing I don’t know yet is whether Loren Brichter, … Read more →
Yep. Someone built a giant megaphone for the iPhone.
The unexpected impact of Facebook’s “seamless sharing” on newspaper sites | Financial Times Tim Bradshaw: Throughout this week, most or all of the “most shared” and, by extension, “most viewed” stories on Independent.co.uk have been from the late 1990s. Most … Read more →