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Tobias van Schneider

Tobias van Schneider

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Handy 'Flat Design' iPhone / iPad UI Templates A couple of months back I featured some pretty cool examples of flat web design trend, I find myself rather enjoying the simplicity of some the flat UI’s designers are creating. I have also noticed the flat design trend being applied to mobile and desktop device templates. Today I wanted to share with you some of my favourite flat iPhone and iPad mockup templates. I find using these flat mobile device templates pretty handy for showcasing design mockups to clients, you can easily add the responsive view of your website into the template to help the client see how the website or app looks in situé. Flat iPhone/iPad Mockups:

Design Museum of Barcelona – Lifeline Lifeline A visualisation about life expectancy at DHUB Transforming a data base into an info-experience. DEMO is an event structured around multidisciplinary collaborations between industry and craft exploring new creative processes and methodologies. The ultimate guide to flat design It is easy to say that 2013 has so far been the year of flat design. Even Apple, the driver of the skeuomorphic design trend for many years, is trying some level of flat design when it releases iOS 7 later this year. So are you ready to try it out as well? Not sure how to get started? WebdesignerDepot is here to help with a guide of flat design resources. We’ve put together a giant list of everything flat design, from free UI kits to color palettes to typography options.

Swiss Federal Design Awards - Michael Kryenbühl / Ivan Weiss We are all fa­mil­iar with Aki Kau­rismäki's au­then­tic every­day he­roes: the tac­i­turn garbage col­lec­tors, the dream­ing su­per­mar­ket check­out girls, the reclu­sive night watch­men. These melan­choly, soli­tary fig­ures are found not only in Fin­land, but rep­re­sent the uni­ver­sal human being and the (some­times rough and ready) va­garies of life. In their 272-page book Ak­i­lan­dia, cre­ated as a grad­u­ate piece at Lucerne Uni­ver­sity, Michael Kryenbühl and Ivan Weiss com­bine their col­lected im­pres­sions of eleven weeks spent study­ing Kau­rismäki's cin­e­matic world. They have called that world Ak­i­lan­dia and they guide the viewer through the films of the Finnish di­rec­tor. As in a film, the con­tent of Ak­i­lan­dia is con­veyed by the dra­matic struc­ture and se­quenc­ing of the im­ages. The book is made up for the most part of a wide va­ri­ety of vi­sual ma­te­r­ial.

The Portfolio Theme The Portfolio Theme Filters Recent Work Recent Articles Flat And Thin Are In Advertisement In the last several years, we’ve seen a rapid shift in software and app interface design, from 3-D and skeuomorphic to flat and minimal. Although this trend has become nearly ubiquitous, let’s take a moment to consider how we got here and what influence it’s having on interface design as a whole. Additionally, I’ll share some tips and considerations on designing flat interfaces. Manual — Slice Slice works with world-renowned industrial designers to create innovative cutting tools for the home and office. Slice engaged us to create a more up-to-date brand mark and flexible system. The identity system needed to be easily applied to multiple packaging forms yet consistently deliver the brand message even in the absence of product and point of purchase materials. Manual approached the design of the logo and packaging in parallel.

Customizable Portfolio Favorit Design , Standard Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra, per inceptos himenaeos. Nullam ultricies pharetra tellus eu iaculis. Max Rudberg - ✎ How you should look in iOS 7 ✎ How you should look in iOS 7 iOS 7 puts its emphasis on motion, and the visual UI design recedes to let the content and feel take room. While the OS itself isn’t finished, the thinking behind it and the direction they’re headed is clear. We’re working on a new app and updates to our existing apps in Filibaba. During this process I’ve consider every detail again, and it felt right to share some of my insights & thoughts with you. Strip away details.

Wayfinding & signage The Barbican Arts Centre is one of the largest arts, conference and exhibition venues in Europe. Since its opening in 1982 it had suffered from a lack of wayfinding clarity. Cartlidge Levene and Studio Myerscough were commissioned to develop a new wayfinding and signage strategy as part of a major refurbishment of its public spaces to make the foyer navigable and welcoming. Working as part of an integrated team, with architects AHMM, we built on their rationalisation of entrances and realignment of routes to develop a wayfinding strategy that heightens intuitive understanding of the space. Double Identity The new museum, on the other hand, presents a programme that integrates the present, past and future of the design arts in Barcelona. A simple line perfectly symbolises a place of interaction, engagement and connection. It creates a link between the city, the past and the future, connecting the multiple design networks in a single building: The Design Museum and the main design associations that are hosted inside the building, the BCD (Barcelona Design Council), the FAD (Foster in Arts & Design) and the Documentation Centre. In a nutshell, we used a flexible and dynamic line as a graphic device to tie the whole scheme together.

Flat UI Pro Updated to Version 1.1 Today, we launch the first important update for Flat UI Pro (v. 1.1). Two weeks ago, Designmodo officially released Flat UI Pro, and even on the first day there was a huge flow of users who were interested in watching and sharing the presentation of Flat UI Pro. Because of your great interest, we have decided not to lay our new update on a shelf. The update includes bug fixes and suggestions sent to us by e-mail and on the Github repository. HTML/Bootstrap A Stunning Concept of What iOS 7 Might Look Like iOS 7 which is being developed and redesigned under Jony Ive is rumored to bring flattened user interface. Keeping this in mind, a digital agency named Simply Zesty has created an iOS 7 user-interface concept that shows Jony Ive-ified, flattened UI. Simply Zesty’s Art Director, Philip Joyce, has come up with a way to present what he thinks the iOS 7 should be like. And he has done it brilliantly. The video of this iOS 7 UI concept focuses on a clean UI and Lock screen widgets, a cleaner Notification Center with animated widgets, Windows Phone like stock apps such as Calendar, Music, Siri and Camera.