Home screen legibility was one of Windows Phone’s nicest assets, so let’s fix that by putting a picture underneath all the info.
It would be nice though if Cortana motivated Apple to finally push Siri into fulfilling its potential, though.
I can’t believe Amazon got to introduce a voice-controlled remote for its set-top box before Apple did.
Here’s how much the industry changed since the 1990s: Nobody thinks that Microsoft giving away software is a shocking abuse of power.
I don’t get it. I follow a bunch of design geeks, and the only mention I ever saw of Wikipedia going sans-serif was in my gaming timeline.
All sound advice.
My hope is that 10.10 breaks things in the same way iOS 7 did: recompiled apps /have/ to be heavily modified to continue to work. Redesign++
The perils of having a new-fangled top level doman: “554 mailfrom without country or top level domain is administratively denied”.
I struggled with the idea of two more screen sizes ever since the rumors started, but this would work.
The actual interesting part is calculating depth with only one camera.
It’s not gonna save Flickr (nothing is, at this point), but the new mobile app’s design is really sweet.
This will be really cool if Google and Street View still exist in a few decades.
Mouth agape from beginning to end.
One day, Panic servers (Cogent) became unbearably slow at home (Comcast). Netflix and Comcast cut a deal, and it went away! We’re too late.
I figured Facebook pushed iPhone users to the Messenger app to simplify code, but the chat module remains in the main app for iPad users.
Game where you control an autocorrect module in a quest to destroy human relationships
I guess Ive would argue that the UI debt was the one accrued through all these years of skeuomorphism.
The new Firefox seems fine. Use case is still reduced to “I have a PC and I hate Google” but, if that’s you, you don’t need to be miserable.
That feeling when you see the Paypal logo at checkout, realize you’ve got a few dollars on your account, and let lazy-past-you pay the bill.