Small and Powerful Phones are the New Black.

Small and Powerful Phones are the New Black.

With a timeless design and the most powerful performance of any phone currently available, the iPhone SE sets the new bar for the market to chase after–the mini or less-than 4.5 inch, flagship smartphone. Stealthy and incognito, it appears you are using an old, antiquated phone. (This is only because, in the phone world, we currently live in a bigger equals newer/better mindset.) But hiding within is a secret, super-fast flagship level device with great battery life, true one-handed use for all, and functional ergonomics. Like Gruber says, it just feels right. I…Read more …
For UI & UX Design, Complex Drawing is a Waste of Time

For UI & UX Design, Complex Drawing is a Waste of Time

I am taking about this shit above (and and below), and only in the context of app development.   Whatever your sentiments to the craft of drawing may be, in terms of UI development, in the here-and-now, this stuff is almost pompous. Like most all the crap seen here except for a few. Most people under the age of 35, and many over that age, who are not illustrators themselves cannot even relate to drawings or sketches. There is a distinction to be made. Very quick brainstorming notes like this example have their…Read more …
iPhone 6 Plus Keyboard Needs to Move Up.

iPhone 6 Plus Keyboard Needs to Move Up.

With the 5.5 inch screen of the iPhone 6 Plus, typing is quite difficult with the current, and nonadjustable location of the keyboard at the bottom of the screen. Apple should add the ability to slide the keyboard up the screen just a bit to make typing much more functional, whether typing with one hand or two. Build the functionality and UI exactly like it currently exists on the iPad, when using the undock function usually utilized with the split keyboard, or, more relevant here, on its own. When in landscape, the ability…Read more …