Tim Green takes a look at the progression of popular iOS apps as a potential clue to the level of “flatness” that iOS 7 will introduce.
I really hope iOS 7 gets “widgets,” and that they don’t look like this.
Adobe enters the hardware game with the Project Mighty stylus and Napoleon ruler.
Sneak preview: Syncing fonts to your desktop (by TypekitVideos)
Without a doubt, my favorite part of today’s announcements.
Top of the list for almost every designer I know: “Editable rounded rectangles.”
Power Player, How People Sit in Meetings and What it Really Means
The New York Times is redesigning its Web site — starting with the article experience.
I love the trend of major redesigns happening this year: Touch support, an “appified” navigation system, and a focus on content through minimalism.
You want it, too: brain scan studies reveal that the sight of an attractive product can trigger the part of the motor cerebellum that governs hand movement. Instinctively, we reach out for attractive things; beauty literally moves us.NYT: Why We Love Beautiful Things