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JamSnap: Your Photos, Your Sounds.

by admin on January 25, 2014, no comments

I’ve been working on this project for awhile now and I’m pretty proud of what Mayank and I have accomplished so far! I just finished this animated gif with a quick explanation on how to use the app. You can download JamSnap from the App Store. It’s free! There’s lots of features that we’re working [...]

How to help your iOS dev in Xcode, as a designer.

by admin on December 10, 2013, one comment

The first few seconds when you hold a beta of an app you’ve been working on in your hand, is this awesome feeling of delight, mixed with a little bit of narcissism (ya, I did that). The next several seconds, you start to notice all the tiny designery things that the developer didn’t get quiiiiite [...]

Great tool for developers : GluePrint

by admin on November 20, 2013, no comments

GluePrint is a mac app that allows you to simply drop a mockup and overlay the image on top of your work to see how it compares. Position with the arrow keys and scroll to adjust the transparency. Pretty sweet for only $5.

iOS7, You’re making me sick.

by admin on September 24, 2013, 13 comments

It starts with a dull throbbing headache that makes my head feel heavy and my eyes strained. Then a cold sweat runs over my body. A twinge of nausea hits my stomach, clenches my throat, threatening to worsen if I continue exposing myself to this THING. This THING that has been attached to my hand [...]

Briefs – a new kind of prototyping tool

by admin on April 23, 2013, no comments

Briefs just released a sneak peak of its new software. From watching the video it looks like it’s going to be a mix of a prototyping tool, with a few more features than most have right now, and a remote viewer like Skala or Live View. I can’t wait to try it out. Sign up [...]

Keepin’ It Lean

by admin on February 6, 2013, no comments

I work in mobile app development. We’ve been trying the “lean” approach to projects, where everyone is more involved from the beginning which is great ’cause everyone is clear on where we are in the project. There’s also not as much documentation, which can slow everyone down. You can read up on it here and [...]

Pebble Watch UI preview

by admin on August 14, 2012, no comments

Pebble, one of my highly anticipated tech gadgets that I (and a million others) kickstartered awhile back, has released a preview of the UI. While watching the video, I was paying more attention to how he was testing the UI than the UI itself, which is early iPod-y and simple. It looks like they are [...]

Polaroid SX-70 documentary, written & directed by Charles & Ray Eames

by admin on January 3, 2012, no comments

Fascinating 11min doc on the Polaroid SX-70, written & directed by Charles & Ray Eames. While I was first watching this, I just kept thinking how this was so similar to the way Apple conveys their products in commercials. It also made me think about how Polaroid was ‘the future’ of that time. Not only [...]

BergCloud’s Little Printer

by admin on November 29, 2011, no comments

This Little Printer seems pretty cute. I think since we’ve got so digital the past few years, the idea of analog things seem fun again. It is basically a receipt printer that prints out some daily to-dos and news. It would be interesting to see what other partners they will get in the future, it [...]

Is this the end of blurry images? Adobe Photoshop’s new feature

by admin on October 10, 2011, one comment

Adobe always shocks me with their little sneaks of new features. They may not work always exactly with every circumstance, but by god are they amazing. (i.e. last years Content-Aware Fill) It’s hard to see in the video, but you can tell by the audience’s reaction how amazing it must look. (via @cap by way [...]