Posts tagged ui

I have to admit, Microsoft is really onto something here with their Surface sequel. Looks fantastic.

Posted on January 6, 2011 · 9 notes
The History of GUI Visual Design - How many of these OS screenshots do you remember? My walk down memory lane took me to dorm rooms, apartments, college computer lab jobs, and several post-college jobs. And Mac OS 10.0 isn’t nearly as good looking as you might remember.

The History of GUI Visual Design - How many of these OS screenshots do you remember? My walk down memory lane took me to dorm rooms, apartments, college computer lab jobs, and several post-college jobs. And Mac OS 10.0 isn’t nearly as good looking as you might remember.

Posted on December 2, 2010 · 9 notes
iPhoto ‘11 search UI (via @PhilippAntoni)

iPhoto ‘11 search UI (via @PhilippAntoni)

Posted on November 10, 2010 · 16 notes
Is Realistic UI Design Realistic?
Posted on November 5, 2010 · 28 notes
A look at how CINEMA 4D and After Effects were used to create the awesome interfaces in Iron Man 2.

A look at how CINEMA 4D and After Effects were used to create the awesome interfaces in Iron Man 2.

Posted on November 2, 2010 · 15 notes

capo7:

Future of Turntablism: DJ touch screen interface with gesture interaction. This is a concept from Greg Kaufman which he made for his senior degree project for the Kansas City Art Institute.

(Source: illusion.scene360.com)

Posted on October 28, 2010 · 13 notes
I’m a bit of a Rdio junkie these days [1], and I enjoy following Rdio designer Adam Polselli’s work on Dribbble. Yesterday he posted some cool concepts for an update to the search UI and the above is a rebound I made on his idea.

[1] If you used to rock a mullet, you might enjoy my Ultimate Hair Band Rockathon Rdio playlist. If you still rock a mullet, I have no idea what you might enjoy.

I’m a bit of a Rdio junkie these days [1], and I enjoy following Rdio designer Adam Polselli’s work on Dribbble. Yesterday he posted some cool concepts for an update to the search UI and the above is a rebound I made on his idea.

[1] If you used to rock a mullet, you might enjoy my Ultimate Hair Band Rockathon Rdio playlist. If you still rock a mullet, I have no idea what you might enjoy.

Posted on October 14, 2010 · 12 notes
FAILicious. (via @mattverso)

FAILicious. (via @mattverso)

Posted on October 6, 2010 · 21 notes
Kicking myself for never thinking of this. Brilliant form design by Sean McBride.

Kicking myself for never thinking of this. Brilliant form design by Sean McBride.

Posted on October 1, 2010 · 18 notes
swearch.me is a nicely designed mobile search app. The input box stays fixed while you swipe side to side to choose different sites.

swearch.me is a nicely designed mobile search app. The input box stays fixed while you swipe side to side to choose different sites.

Posted on October 1, 2010 · 6 notes
New Twitter ♥s The Golden Ratio
Posted on September 28, 2010 · 65 notes

Advanced Photoshop Techniques for UI - 37+ minutes of tips and tricks from Edward Sanchez

Posted on September 23, 2010 · 9 notes
Maybe I missed the memo on this, but I just accidentally discovered that if you right-click on a message in Gmail, you get a little popup “card” showing the first several lines of the email. There are links for navigating through the thread and you can archive and delete from here as well. I sort of wish they left unread messages flagged as unread (though I can see the reasoning for not doing so), but there’s a “Mark as unread” button that’s convenient enough.

Update: Ok, feeling dumb now. This is apparently the “Message Sneak Peek” feature in Labs that I must have enabled a long time ago.

Maybe I missed the memo on this, but I just accidentally discovered that if you right-click on a message in Gmail, you get a little popup “card” showing the first several lines of the email. There are links for navigating through the thread and you can archive and delete from here as well. I sort of wish they left unread messages flagged as unread (though I can see the reasoning for not doing so), but there’s a “Mark as unread” button that’s convenient enough.

Update: Ok, feeling dumb now. This is apparently the “Message Sneak Peek” feature in Labs that I must have enabled a long time ago.

Posted on September 23, 2010 · 4 notes

overprocessed:

Multitouch MIDI controller run on a double-sided multitouch screen.

Want!

Posted on August 18, 2010 · 8 notes
Great writeup from Mike Rohde on his experience designing Pear Note 2.0.

Great writeup from Mike Rohde on his experience designing Pear Note 2.0.

Posted on August 18, 2010 · 5 notes