In 2007, Google still understood the meaning of “unified”. (via The Google that never was: how the search giant killed a 2007 redesign | The Verge)
Swiss-style taken to the extreme. (via Windows Desktop UI Concept)
There must be something to learn from the Airbnb user experience.
Airbnb, like many startups following in its path of collaborative consumption or others simply trying to power offline action, have the challenge of earning user trust. While PR, word of mouth, and direct outreach can alleviate…
Google, again with the UX.
The contemporary equivalent of “less is more” is “mobile first”.
A great example of how iOS UI has leaked on to the desktop – much for the better.
A perfect example of what happens when you let engineers design UI. The logic goes something like this:
Mousing is slow, typing is fast ∴ let’s replace as much mousing with typing as we can.
The problem with this plan is that many beginning users don’t know what commands are available. The genius of the dropdown is that it allows the user to browse possible commands – it’s not a problem – it’s a feature!
Agreed. The UI of the authoring tool is fantastic. It’s hard to believe that the output is a version of HTML.
The single biggest UI problem of any code development, ever: Debugger UI.