The app grid approach for smartphones has been around since the first iPhone (released June 2007) and most people are rather happy with this way of doing things. The problem with this approach is that it makes a number of assumptions: Users can remember what the icon looks like (or that we read the app labels)…

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I’ve been design a lot of websites for sport studio lately, and they often need google maps which uses iframes which by default only comes in 3 sizes: small @400px X 300px, medium @600px X 450px and large @800px X 600px. Which is great if you know the EXACT size of the end user’s screen size, since…

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One Gadget: Zolt Charger Why are MacBook chargers so heavy and ugly? These guys didn’t think it was necessary https://www.gozolt.com/ One Profile: The Shape of things to come on Jony Ivy #LongRead How much do you know about Apple’s famous lead designer Sir Jonathan Ive? http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2015/02/23/shape-things-come One font tool: Wordmark for designers Ever had to…

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One Book: Creativity, Inc. What an incredible book by Ed Catmull, co-founder of Pixar. Wouldn’t expect anything less by such highly skilled story tellers. Everything from creativity to leadership and personal growth. Highly recommended. One Article: 20 Signs You’re Doing Better Than You Think You Are A really wonderful reminder on how far we have all…

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One Guide: Getting starting to ECommerce (What should you sell) Shopify, one biggest name in hosted ecommerce solutions has created this guide to help you to build your own online shopping business  One Game: Space Invader with Hex Color If you are a web designer and played Space Invader as a kid, you might like this game. One Article:…

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