Creation Machine by Hype4

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Do you want user interfaces to be stuck in the 90’s? If not go to the link below and share it :)
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Do you want user interfaces to be stuck in the 90’s? If not go to the link below and share it :)

a GOOD interface

Our second iOS game is coming this February. It’s a minimal, arcade game about dots, but don’t worry - you don’t need to connect them ;)
Read more at Creation.Machine | design blog

Our second iOS game is coming this February. It’s a minimal, arcade game about dots, but don’t worry - you don’t need to connect them ;)

Read more at Creation.Machine | design blog

We are starting our own little photo library (avoiding the term stock on purpose, as our photos will be natural, human and real, instead of “plastic”). We are creating mockup-ready, natural environment device photos (in PSD format) that you’ll be able to paste your design into (a PSD smart object) so it’ll appear natural on the screen. The decision came to us because we always like to show our designs in the context of the device it was made for, but most stock photos of “iPhones in hand” are plain terrible. The photos will be taken in all possible settings (beach, mountains, cafe, home etc) and added over time. We will be selling them, but the prices will be VERY low.

(via Our own “Natural environment” device library | Creation.Machine)

I was very skeptical about Apple’s new mobile OS a while ago, but it actually grew on me. I still think the home screen icons are ugly, but more and more of the OS is actually quite cool. There are glitches though and small visual errors that look very weird coming from Apple. Steve Jobs had famously called some designers at 4am to change an orange hue on the Google Maps icon, and now things like that end up in the final OS? Odd. Let’s hope they fix it soon. I’ll be adding more images as I’m finding them.

Read more at iOS 7 visual errors, mistakes and bugs | Creation.Machine

Some of us still remember the crazy times of doing websites that are compatible with IE6 AND all the other browsers. IE6 was so bad, that sometimes almost all the code had to be rewritten specifically for it. Programmers made two versions of the site – for all the browsers and IE6, and there were online petitions to ban IE6 in corporations, because it was mostly their fault people still had to code for IE6 in the first place. Their upgrade process was so slow, that some are still using IE6, even now, but thankfully less and less each year.
Read more at I heard you wanna be a web developer

Some of us still remember the crazy times of doing websites that are compatible with IE6 AND all the other browsers. IE6 was so bad, that sometimes almost all the code had to be rewritten specifically for it. Programmers made two versions of the site – for all the browsers and IE6, and there were online petitions to ban IE6 in corporations, because it was mostly their fault people still had to code for IE6 in the first place. Their upgrade process was so slow, that some are still using IE6, even now, but thankfully less and less each year.

Read more at I heard you wanna be a web developer

I switched my Lumia 820 to a Lumia 920 recently and I seriously love that phone. After so many years of using iPhone I finally found something that’s better for me in almost every way.
Read more at Creation.Machine | design blog 

I switched my Lumia 820 to a Lumia 920 recently and I seriously love that phone. After so many years of using iPhone I finally found something that’s better for me in almost every way.

Read more at Creation.Machine | design blog