I mean, have you seen a 2G, 3G or 3GS screen recently? You’d think you have some kind of eye disease. That screens sits at the bottom of a well with water covering it. No wonder a design made under those conditions is starting too look a little heavy handed.Max Rudberg, iOS subdued
Very open and poignant article by Aza Raskin about his experience founding Massive Health. I have been considering a similar path lately, and hearing down-to-earth recounts like this is really eye-opening.
If the first was any indication, this is required reading for both new and experienced designers.
Almost a year and a half after the first release of the PPP handbook - we still love pixels. It seems like you do too as we’ve had some great feedback. We’ve been working hard to make it bigger, better, and more useful.
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.”
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