Here is every new app and feature Adobe is announcing today, all in a super convenient list to help you decide what you should buy and what you can save on this time around.
2013 is the year where most everyone you know not only owns a smartphone, but actually starts using it to a fuller extent.
Even Samsung admits that the Galaxy S4 isn’t a “radical difference” from the Galaxy S III.
These are upcoming Microsoft logos — as strange as it may seem.
Forget about the cloud storage wars; competition is fiercer than ever in the cloud collaboration space.
Get ready for a resurrection: Mayer has brought Yahoo back from the dead, this time with gorgeous apps, cutting-edge devices, and a bright outlook for the future.
Guest Post Here are four common mistakes that could plague your responsive project.
Editor’s Pick “For every step forward in technology,“ says designer Mark Curtis, “you lose something and you gain something.”
Guest Post With all the money and effort being poured into mobile right now, why is engagement so low? Mobile developers keep on making the same mistakes.
Clean tech accelerator program Greenstart loses the three-month mentorship model to become a venture firm with a built-in design studio.
Guest Post Sometimes a crowdsourced design really is your best option, especially when your best option would otherwise look like the London 2012 Olympic Games disaster.
Online scrapbooking site Pinterest unveils its new look, including enhanced navigational and discovery features.
Oh my god, Becky, look at her dog.
This mobile application uses sensor fusion, augmented reality, and reality capturing technology to let your mobile device draw a floor plan for you.
Spreadsheets are the awkward, unpopular Mary Katherine Gallaghers of software. A new app, Permanent, turns them into superstars.
In the future, any new product designs will be instantly copied, 3D scanned, and re-sold as 3D printing instructions, meaning that anyone will be able to own just about anything, almost for free.
Jawbone, the wearable computing maker, today acquired MassiveHealth, a maker of apps to promote healthy eating, and Visere, the design firm behind the Unstuck life coach app for an undisclosed sum.
Guest Post Going beyond static infographics, “webgraphics” — to coin a term — offer greater interactivity, storytelling possibilities, and marketing opportunities.
Pinterest is getting ready to roll out a new, improved design. Here’s a first look at the new hotness.
Google launched an update for digital magazine iOS app Google Currents today, which features a brand new user interface, lots of navigation changes, and a greater emphasis on real-time news.
Once upon a time, a hacker built a product. Then he sold it to a company that treated it poorly. Now, another company bought it back and promises to treat it right.
Guest Post I started my user experience education in a very different way than most.
Sponsored Post With this VB Store time-limited promotion is that you can get $140 worth of crowdsourcing credit and upgrades for your next 99designs design contest for only $40.
The things these aging apps will do to keep our interest… Here’s who went under the knife in 2012 — and whether it worked.
Ever wonder what Apple and its partners envisioned for the iPhone and iPad back in the `80s? Well, wonder no more, avid reader.
Editor’s Pick Modal pop-ups! Crazy typography! Larger-than-life images! Here’s all the best — and worst — from web & mobile design in 2012.
Behance is a slick, full-featured site for publishing portfolios and finding inspiration. And now, it’s part of Adobe’s Creative Cloud.
Adobe is giving old media people easy tools for learning how to create and collaborate around digital media, from websites to tablet apps and far beyond.
Judge Lucy Koh, is aiming to settle the issues between the two companies — and potentially stop this recent wave of patent lawsuits.
YouTube is rolling out a brand new look on its website that emphasizes its growing channel-based ecosystem of content creators.
Editor’s Pick Who says Black Friday has to be about consumer goods? These tech companies are offering discounts on products and services for building businesses, rather than credit card bills.
Venus is 80 meters long — over 250 feet — and was built with living quarters to accommodate 12 people. Its equipment and living space, according to SWNS.com, can be controlled from seven 27″ iMacs.
Design expert Jakob Nielsen calls Microsoft’s still-fresh Windows 8 operating system “a monster that terrorizes poor office workers and strangles their productivity.”
Box and Yammer’s cofounders explain how user-experience design may be a solution for large companies getting their “asses handed to them” by scrappy startups.
Apple scored two patents today that are a clear reminder of its obsessive attention to detail and design.
Of all the silliness in Apple and Samsung’s international legal spats, the drama surrounding a court-ordered apology that Apple had to make on its U.K. site ranks among the most shameless.
Touch-based analytics startup Heatma.ps emerges from stealth mode, backed by $400K, cool technology, and good luck.
I’m guessing most of us didn’t have a clue what that was yesterday, but most of us have encountered it and wondered about it in Apple products.