design

  • A Sneak Peek Into Android’s Future

    A Sneak Peek Into Android’s Future

    Google is giving its apps and platforms, including Android, a big redesign, according to a recent report posted on Android Police, which backs up some things we had been hearing as well, but hadn’t fleshed out until now. According to the new report, Google is working on a new design language focused on giving all Google apps a more unified look-and-feel across the web, Android… Read More

  • New “iOS Blocks” Concept Video Imagines How Widgets Could Work On The iPhone And iPad

    New “iOS Blocks” Concept Video Imagines How Widgets Could Work On The iPhone And iPad

    A new iOS concept video and extremely detailed explanation from UX and graphic designer Jay Machalani imagines how Apple’s iOS operating system could have its own version of Android’s widgets or Windows Phone’s “Live Tiles,” by introducing a new interaction that’s sort of in between each. In a blog post titled “Pushing iOS” the designer… Read More

  • Kill The Hamburger Button

    Kill The Hamburger Button

    That little three-lined button is the devil. Whether you call it a side menu, navigation drawer, or a hamburger, hiding your features off-screen behind a nondescript icon in the corner is usually a poor mobile design choice. Interaction theory, A/B tests, and the evolution of some of the top apps in the world all support the same thesis: The hamburger button is bad for engagement, and you… Read More

  • Here Are The Best And Most Interesting iPhone 6 Mockups So Far

    Here Are The Best And Most Interesting iPhone 6 Mockups So Far

    Apple hasn’t said anything yet about any iPhone 6, nor will it until the fall (or whenever it actually announces it) but that hasn’t stopped the Internet’s collective imagination and curiosity from creating countless mock-ups of what the next generation of Apple smartphone will look like. Just this morning, we heard about how the iPhone 6 could have 1704×960 resolution… Read More

  • Guy Kawasaki Joins Australian Design Startup Canva As Chief Evangelist

    Guy Kawasaki Joins Australian Design Startup Canva As Chief Evangelist

    Guy Kawasaki, who held the chief evangelist title at Apple during late nineties, is joining Australian design startup Canva, making a comeback into the role after nearly two decades of advising entrepreneurs and founding Alltop in 2008. “Macintosh democratized computers; Google democratized information; and eBay democratized commerce. In the same way, Canva democratizes design,”… Read More

  • Twitter Begins Wide Launch Of New Profile Design, Featuring Best And Pinned Tweets

    Twitter Begins Wide Launch Of New Profile Design, Featuring Best And Pinned Tweets

    Twitter has been testing a new profile design with a more Facebook-like cover photo and overall look, and now that design is rolling out to all users. The company announced the overhaul in a blog post today, highlighting its new features, which include a number of new ways to view and interact with Tweets. Your profile pic and customized header are now larger, and you can tweak your color… Read More

  • Westwing, Rocket Internet’s Home Design Portal, Upsizes With Another $99M In Backing

    Westwing, Rocket Internet’s Home Design Portal, Upsizes With Another $99M In Backing

    Fab may have stumbled in its aggressive march on the European market, but the Samwer brothers and their Rocket Internet e-commerce incubator are using the moment to shore up its competitor in the online home design market. Westwing, a portal currently active across 10 markets, is today announcing a new funding round of €72 million ($99 million) from Rocket Internet regulars Fidelity… Read More

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