“Some people say the web is dying, but I believe it’s just getting started. And what will kick it into overdrive is the Physical Web: the ability to discover, engage, and interact with smart devices (or that “dumb” tree over there) using nothing more than a browser.” – Stephanie Rieger
Google new identity is beautiful and logo is built on the mathematical purity of geometric circles. They also introduced a new Font type “Product Sans” which reflects this but makes optical corrections for legibility.
Finally i feel good useable design makes you happy.
Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it’s worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move mountains.
– Steve Jobs
Overjoyed by SignEasy iOS App being featured in Apple’s new iPad campaign “Everything Changes with iPad”, aimed to onboard new users by exposing them to the best apps and tools that are changing the way people live and work every day. Take a look to the video. SignEasy is also a part of the ‘Small Business Collection’ recommended by Apple along with other great apps such as Square, Scannable, Quickbooks, OmniFocus2 and Numbers.
It’s a moment to cherish 🙂 and feeling proud when i see my mobile UX/UI work SignEasy is featured worldwide on Apple. It’s been awesome journey tweaking and refining every little details and being part of the team to make the user experience better day by day. Would love to hear your comments.
A lucky little fish is making a big difference.
The problem of iron deficiency in Cambodians by trying to find ways to add more iron into their diet. One way, they found, was to simply put a piece of iron into skillets and pans while cooking.
This most low-tech product imaginable, a simple lump of iron, won the Grand Prix in the Product Design Lions. But while it looks unassuming, this fish made tens of thousands of Cambodians healthier.
See the video.
Project Jacquard makes it possible to weave touch and gesture interactivity into any textile using standard, industrial looms.
Everyday objects such as clothes and furniture can be transformed into interactive surfaces.
Love the concept of weaving embedding electronics and interacting with them.
A Fabric that can communicate.
The Drone Aviary reveals fleeting glimpses of the city from the perspective of drones.
It explores a world where the ‘network’ begins to gain physical autonomy. Drones become protagonists, moving through the city, making decisions about the world and influencing our lives in often opaque yet profound ways.
– by Superflux lab
Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working – Pablo Picasso