Moved to tumblr at
uitreat.tumblr.com because it supports offline drafts with images, is fast and furious.
See that search icon matching logo shape?
Note the fold
When you’re just looking at a contact in iOS, Apple allowed editing a single Notes field. The rest is editable via Edit link only.
Handy, breaks the “consistency” in favor of more effective use. Apple way!
Never using that central Yelp icon because its meaning isn’t obvious and it doesn’t have the darn title.
Might not matter to Yelp, but cause your new biz relying on an element like this some trouble.
Use the sketchy frames vs real devices that just keep changing every year. :)
See this short talk by Brad and one by Mike Monteiro to get what you should be doing in the industry.
Gee, invision replaces underscore ‘_’ in file names. Neat!
See the real name on mouse hover
Movie is a little on the odd side plot-wise, but interface design ideas are pretty interesting.
Dominance of voice commands, simplistic shapes, a still present smartphone-like device (and a desktop computer one), total disconnect between the people who commute…
Also interesting is the ‘future retro’ style to the whole thing.
It doesn’t get any more “future” than this, does it?
Not a feature to be used too widely I would guess. :)
Not allowing swiping through cards is a sin. Talking to you, Instagram!
Pinterest does it right.
The term was first used in reference to traditional media, newspapers to be precise. The thinking is that newspapers are often delivered or displayed folded up and the area ‘above the fold’ will be the first that the reader sees and it is therefore a prominent and important location.
VLC for iPad does a very smart small thing. Swipe anywhere on the video canvas to rewind forward or backward. No more pixel hunting video progress bar.
Dragging the object to the edge of the screen can now mean delete. Real hard to discover.
See the animation here
… and a different app screenshot here:
A lot of feed-based apps show that New Stories shortcut.
Breeze connects the streak days.
MySpace rocks. Not as a business model though.
Check out that green “locate” button used for the nearest venue shortcut. Smart!
Timehop copy is good. :)
Timehop is an app that reminds what you posted a while ago.