Overjoyed :) SignEasy Featured in Apple New iPad Campaign



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.

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The Drone Aviary

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


Woke up this morning and designed the universe illustration because i love this quote by Muriel Rukeyser
Sometimes its good to do a bit different then doing a regular work that refresh your energy. What do you think?

Massimo Vignelli “Design Is One”

via anthonyneildart

The investigative design process moves from the inside out: “The correct shape is the shape of the object’s meaning.” The Vignelli commitment to the correctness of a design has taken their work beyond the mechanical exercise of devising a form best suited to a given function. They’ve always understood that design itself, in the abstract, could and should be an integral part of function. More than a process and a result, design—good design—is an imperative. “Everything has its own order,” they’ve said. “You can’t take a piece of music and scramble the notes. You can’t take a piece of writing and scramble the words. You can’t take a space and scramble the chairs around.”

Beautiful thoughts by Massimo Vignelli

A Philosophy of Restraint

We appreciate that less is usually more, yet stuff our sites to bursting point, failing to be economical with what we have.

We must know when to stop, and when to throw things out. We should embrace simplicity and subtlety, and exploit the invisible.

Through timeless lessons and practical examples, learn how reduction and restraint can improve communication, emotion, and experience in our designs, with a philosophy applicable to every aspect of the systems we produce.

by Simon Collison