Posts tagged interface

Kindle Paperwhite

The Kindle Paperwhite is the new and enhanced e-reader featuring high resolution, high contrast, and a next-gen built-in light. Compact and incredibly thin, it’s the perfect accompaniment to a lazy day, outdoors or indoors, when…

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Noisli

Have you ever struggled to get into the zone? Has your brain refused to kick into high gear while your fingers just keep missing the keystrokes? Working can be tough even under the best of…

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PayPal Redesign Concepts

PayPal seems to be one service that a lot of designers use for UI design or concept redesigns. I quite like that because it’s a finance application. It’s in a way not towards social/user generated…

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LayerVault

LayerVault aims to give creative professionals the tools and support to work smarter and hone the skills of their craft as they do so. Putting the control back in designers hands, it offers a hub to…

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Mirror 2.0

Robert Grynkofki designed the Mirror 2.0 as an entry to the Reece 2013 Bathroom Innovation Awards. The progressive mirror utilizes voice command, face and gesture recognition technology via sensors and LCD displays placed behind the one-way mirror….

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Oakley Airwave 1.5

We live in a time when everything is documented and analysed. And what rider wouldn’t want their speeds and airs put down precisely and offered up for perusal following a downhill charge? Oakley’s new design –…

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Ghost

A blogging platform that took the minimalist approach and then took the world by storm, Ghost was pared down to just the necessities and became something of a wunderkind in the online writing world. John O’Nolan,…

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‘Till Watch

Projects Watches is exploring the relationship between now and then through their exquisitely minimalist watch, ‘Till.  The timepiece talks to you visually in a digital age when language is slowly being lost to a sea of…

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HP Chromebook 11

Chrome is the most progressive, user friendly web browser at the moment so it’d make sense that Google would want to capitalize on this sure footing by taking it a step forward. The result is…

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