After losing a UK court appeal last week, Apple today posted a note on its UK site saying that Samsung didn’t copy the iPad’s design with its Galaxy Tab tablets.
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Sponsored Post Industrial designer Joey Roth creates unique products in his Pasadena studio and sells them online and in boutique design stores.
Mobile payments startup Square, just two weeks after closing more than $200 million in new funding, announced the acquisition of New York design firm 80/20.
Still, the finale begs the question: Which will come first — a see-through iPhone or legalized marijuana?
The Niceties blog stands as proof that regardless of rhetoric to the contrary, gorgeous, design-competitive Android apps do exist, and they’re as breathtaking, sophisticated, and elegant as their Windows Phone and iOS cousins.
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HP is working to revamp its PC design, as the company loses ground to Apple, Lenovo, and the post-PC era.
Who cares about good design or bad design, Ben Huh of the wildly successful Cheezburger network of comedy sites said today at GROW 2012. According to Huh, you don’t need great design to have a successful design. “We have one of the worst-looking sites on the planet,” Huh admitted.
Iconic technology giant Microsoft is rolling out a new corporate logo to go along with the company’s line of recently released or forthcoming major product updates — the first time its done so in 25 years.
It’s clear now that design is a big part of the mobile experience, but it’s still difficult for developers to balance touch functionality with an attractive interface. Plunk fixes that.
Lately premium streaming video service Hulu is all about revamping its design, with the latest happening to its homepage.
What can one say but “Hallelujah.” Your LinkedIn profile is finally getting a long-overdue facelift. And this ain’t no flimsy nip and tuck, either.
You know those ladies who’ve had enough injectables to turn their lips into an approximation of water park inner tubes and their foreheads into Alaskan glaciers that will never, ever melt? Well, that’s totally not what has happened to Yelp’s homepage.
Pebble, the smartwatch for your smartphone, released an early preview of its user interface on Vimeo today … including a look behind the scenes at how the massively successful crowdfunding project is building the software.
What if you crowdsourced your logo design and everyone came?
Apple already has stunning industrial design, now the fruitarian Cupertino company is going all super-model on us?
99designs, the crowdsourced design marketplace “real” designers love to hate, has acquired 12designer, the Berlin-based crowdsourced design marketplace that had become 99designs’ number-one rival in the European market.
Crowdsourcing is hot. Flipflops are cool (at least in summer). And charity is always in fashion. Put all three together, and you’ve pretty much got FlyingFlips.
Apple knows the art of seduction. By positioning MacBook screens to perfect viewing angle in its stores, the company is subtly seducing you into laying down a couple thousand dollars to take that sleek gadget home.
Yesterday, Skype updated its Mac client, adding group screen sharing, video calls with mobile users, and significantly altering the user interface. That is not the story. Rather, the story is why the company changed, and how the update is largely focused on placating angry Apple users.
Love it or hate it, Apple is about design.
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