Apple Watch Icon size chart

Apple Watch Icon size chart

Posted by on Nov 26, 2014 in Design, iOS, Mobile | No Comments

Here’s a size guide for Apple Watch icons and menu items. Icons These are the launch screen and notification icons that represent your application. Home screen icons are circular and the following table lists the appropriate diameter and usage for each icon. Create your icons as full-bleed square images using the given dimensions. The system applies the […]

Apple Watch’s Glossary of Interaction Terms

Apple Watch’s Glossary of Interaction Terms

Posted by on Nov 26, 2014 in iOS, Mobile | No Comments

I’ve been really interested in Apple’s Watch since day one, eager to find an opportunity to design a product for this tiny screen. I came across Apples specific HCI documentation for its upcoming and read it a couple of times. I thought that it would be a good idea to list every element and keyword we’d be […]

Authentic Weather’s authentic feedback

Authentic Weather’s authentic feedback

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014 in Mobile, User Experience Design | No Comments

Users loose engagement when an app takes a while to perform an action it’s suppose to do seamlessly. Refreshing a timeline, sending a message, loading a picture… these are some typical actions that give you no real useful information when a process isn’t going as smoothly as it should. It is very important to give some feedback […]

Keep Pushing – Inspiration with Ira Glass’ The Gap

Keep Pushing – Inspiration with Ira Glass’ The Gap

Posted by on Jun 3, 2014 in Inspiration, Video | No Comments

For everyone in doubt. Especially for myself.

UXPin’s The Guide to Wireframing – Free eBook

UXPin’s The Guide to Wireframing – Free eBook

Polish UXPin, one of the worlds leading UX companies, has published a new book. The Guide to Wireframing is just that, no surprises, full of tips. The book, written by Chris Bank,  contains examples of real work, comparisons, frameworks and references to best and worst scenarios. Probably the best thing about the book is that […]

Penguin Books Digital Concept

Penguin Books Digital Concept

We have to admit the the current e-book solutions are as dull as a road dinners coffee. We all fantasize about solving our first-world problems related to improving the technology around us but its not every day that we find such a beautiful and well though prototype for something so apparently simple as reading a book […]

GT RIDE – KIA’s use of mobile motion detectors

GT RIDE – KIA’s use of mobile motion detectors

Posted by on May 22, 2014 in Android, Apps, Creative Technology, iOS, Mobile | No Comments

Using a mobile device’s motion detectors to do cool stuff is easier said than done. Most apps use it to move objects within an environment but not many have achieved a notorious effect. In this racing game, Korean automotive brand KIA didn’t stop at using your mobile device as a steering wheel, it uses you phone […]