- Starters Guide to iOS Design by Ben Taylor
- The iOS Design Cheat Sheet Volume 2 by Ivo Mynttinen
- My app design workflow by Marc Edwards
- iOS Fonts
Last week, Vine announced its most significant development to date: the ability to capture and upload video outside of the app.
“It’s difficult to get people to use your app”
The Microsoft Smart Home… back in 1999. Some interesting predictions here, some of which have arguably become true.
The app includes video and interactivity to bring the numbers and data to life—along with providing information about Adobe’s strategy, exciting customer case studies and our efforts with corporate social responsibility programs.
General challenges to consider when choosing a HTML or the hybrid app approach: Weigh the costs of tweaking the HTML for each browser. The advantages of using a cross-platform language may soon be eroded if you need to customise your code for each browser version or operating system. Page rendering of Web content is not […]
In geometric terms, the z-axis is the vertex that measures space above and below the x- and y-axes. Translation for those of us who napped through geometry: it’s how we describe panels and layers that sit above or below one another.
This is the Artic – Greenpeace Interactive In ancient and up until recent times the arctic was believed to be a place of mythical power. today, the mythical tales stand pale in comparison to reports on the effect of climate change and oil drilling, but people visiting the arctic still speak
…there’s a future waiting for us beyond touchscreens. It’s a place where bits and bricks combine, where the ethereal digital world becomes corporeal, where we can see and feel information manifested in real mass
Responsive design for Lush soaps by Method.
Spotify have updated their app. Very similar to iOS7.
Further Reading & Resources
I’ve had my iPad for a little over a month now, giving me plenty of time to pore through a number of news applications. Some are impressive examples of technology fused with design and creativity … others, not so much.
There are several different approaches for presenting news on the iPad. Some publishers have chosen to focus on the constant flow of updated information, while others have attempted to present information as more of a static package. While both have unique advantages and disadvantages, it’s clear that no one model has emerged as a standard format.
Here is a rundown of six different types of newspaper apps
Consumer magazine publishers are learning how to cope in an environment racked by massive shifts in technology that have altered how people consume media. However, in regard to its effect on newsstand sales, neither publishers nor their key newsstand supply-chain partners, have been fully realistic in evaluating its effect on newsstand sales.
Great use of cover video, nested overlays, slide shows with buttons and image sequencing
One of the first decisions to make when creating a DPS app is whether to make the orientation horizontal, vertical, or both.
It turns out that some interesting trends appear when digging deeper into the demographics–trends that might have implications for how publishers manage the transition from print to digital.
Video, for instance, emerges as a popular way young people get their mobile news. Publishers have already rushed to satisfy this demand, with the likes of the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and even The Economist venturing into the video space. And in the great browser versus app debate, the research reveals that readers overwhelmingly access news on their browser. However, those with a college education–a desirable demographic to many advertisers and publishers–are more likely to get their news through an app…
good use of video, immersive images and pull features
ICIS has recently launched an updated version of www.icis.com using responsive web design to optimise the website for visitors using mobile devices.
UI Patterns for Mobile Applications
Cross device patterns look at how people, content, and services will flow between these devices.
Smart devices require a significant shift in thinking
“A skeuomorph is a physical ornament or design on an object made to resemble another material or technique. Examples include potteryembellished with imitation rivets reminiscent of similar pots made of metal, or a software calendar application which displays the days organised on animated month pages in imitation of a paper desk calendar.”
Augmenting physical reality with overlaid content
Excellant for shows/events/expos/conventions
Worth watching for ideas and to keep up-to-date on whats being produced in the market.
x http://youtu.be/_GFNBnLBAng Showing app production, from concept to realization