Design Interactions Without Code - Webflow. TETHR – The Most Beautiful iOS Design Kit Ever Made – by InVision. Susan Kare, Iconographer (EG8) Welcome - Polymer. Built for Speed Polymer 1.0 replaces the shadow DOM polyfill with a lightweight shim, uses a new, faster data-binding system, and significantly reduces code size.
For Modern Browsers Polymer is built from the ground up for modern browsers, using the latest web platform APIs. Android ‘L’ Quantum Paper design features revealed. It’s not clear when KitKat’s successor will be released, but Google is reportedly preparing a major design makeover for its “L” version of Android.
According to information received by Android Police, Google is looking to unify design across its products and across platforms, and the initiative is apparently referred to as Quantum Paper. With Quantum Paper, Google wants to offer the same user interface and experience to end-users, no matter what devices they use, and no matter what platform – apparently, Google’s iOS apps will follow the same Quantum Paper design elements as its Android apps.
But Google isn’t just looking to give Android a complete makeover, as the Quantum Paper design “language” will be available to developers too, who will be encouraged to integrate the various new elements into their own apps. Fluid Corners – TOKI WOKI. Interface Critique. I’m writing a new piece for Places on prospective/speculative “interfaces to the smart city” — or points of human contact with the “urban operating system.”
As I explained to the editors, I’d like to consider these prototyped urban interfaces‘ IxD — with outputs including maps, data visualizations, photos, sounds, etc.; and inputs ranging from GUIs and touchscreens to voice and gestural interfaces — and how that interactive experience both reflects and informs urban dwellers’ relationships to their cities (and obfuscates some aspects of the city), and shapes their identities as urban “subjects.”
I’m particularly interested in our single-minded focus on screens (gaaaahh!) Tablet Usability: Findings from User Research. Dude, I redesigned Facebook! — The ideas of Will Grounds. I’ve never been overly keen on — you know, when a designer or agency takes a popular website and shows you how it should have been done.
Especially common as student projects, tools to fill out a portfolio or simply agency self promotion, I’ve rarely seen anything more than . Of course it’s not all bad. The Future of UI and the Dream of the ‘90s — UX/UI human interfaces. All humans are capable of emotional depth.
While emotions are influenced by culture, emotions themselves are universal. Technology - The future of UI. Synopsis It's 10 years since Minority Report hit our screens.
The film's science adviser and inventor John Underkoffler demos g-speak – the real-life version of the eye-popping, tai chi-meets-cyberspace computer interface that Tom Cruise used to whoosh through video clips of future crimes. Is this how tomorrow's computers will be controlled? Talk recorded 11 February 2010.
PortKit: UX Metaphor Equivalents for iOS & Android. PortKit shows you each Cocoa UI Element in iOS 6 / iOS 7 and its Android widget version, side by side, so you can compare and find the correct equivalent when porting an app.
We are a Brisbane based company that develops iPhone & iPad Apps and Android Applications and we wanted a simple way to visualise, reference and compare UI elements, and have quick access to documentation and the respective naming conventions. Due to the popularity of this post we decided to add a tonne of handy resources, tools, and tips that we use day to day available at the bottom of this post.
Trimming the Fat — Paul Robert Lloyd. When I unveiled a new version of this site last year, I hoped the design would slowly evolve.
An update in February improved the responsive layout and saw some initial performance optimisations. The last few weeks have seen further iteration. Although the design looks remarkably similar, much has changed below the surface. LivIcons - Exclusive Truly Animated Icon Pack! Futurico User Interface Pro on the Behance Network. Responsive Navigation: Optimizing for Touch Across Devices. As more diverse devices embrace touch as a primary input method, it may be time to revisit navigation standards on the Web.
How can a navigation menu be designed to work across a wide range of touch screen sizes? In these demos, Jason Weaver and I decided to find out. The Demos Why do these navigation menus work across a wide range of touch screen sizes? Why do we care about touch across a wide range of screen sizes? Across Screen Sizes First, why do we care about touch across a wide range of screen sizes? Operating System Interface Design Between 1981-2009.
A Graphical User Interface (GUI for short) allows users to interact with the computer hardware in a user friendly way.
Over the years a range of GUI’s have been developed for different operating systems such as OS/2, Macintosh, Windowsamiga, Linux, Symbian OS, and more. We’ll be taking a look at the evolution of the interface designs of the major operating systems since the 80′s. I should mention that this article showcases only the significant advances in GUI design (not operating system advances) and also not all of the graphical user interfaces and operating systems existing today. The first GUI was developed by researchers at Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) in the ’70s.
This research opened a whole new era of computer graphic innovations. The first personal computer which used a modern graphical user interface was the Xerox Alto, developed in 1973. Xerox 8010 Star (released in 1981) Designing for touch. Net magazine is the number one choice for the professional web designer and developer. It's here that you find out about the latest new web trends, technologies and techniques – all in one handy package.
Layer Styles. CSS Tube Map. Revolutionary User Interfaces. Cubic colorscheme selector. Resources. Apple. WAI. Visual impairment. UI Theory. UI Patterns. Conceptual UI. Mobile. iOS. Retina display. Web typography. Newsletter. Icons. Inspiration. Progressive Reduction: just another buzzword? — azumbrunnen.