Simplicity is really about design that has purpose – and in an age where the once all-reigning online advertising paradigm is seeing a seismic shift in the way it will function going forward, we are looking to follow the curve.
Normally, when you make a purchase via the iTunes App Store, Mac App Store or iBooks Store, you would expected to find a receipt or invoice for the item(s) you purchased – in your inbox.
Earlier today we reported that former Senior Vice President of Design at Apple, Jonathan Ive, had been promoted to the newly-created role of Chief Design Officer.
Confirming the designer’s new position at the firm, Apple CEO Tim Cook has in the last few hours sent a letter out to the company’s own employees – detailing the SVP’s new responsibilities.
You may have noticed we made some significant changes to the site, over the weekend – so we thought it a good idea to make them official in the form of this article, whilst taking the opportunity to briefly tell you a bit more about the thinking behind each change.
The design architect behind a string of commercial product successes for the company, Apple’s Jonathan Ive is this week receiving a promotion from Senior Vice President of Design to Chief Design Officer.
The latest update to Google’s mobile browser now includes the ability to both search, and open tabs, straight from iOS Notification Center.
There’s just a fortnight to go before Apple puts all 38 models of its Apple Watch up for public pre-order, and industrial designer Marc Newson – reportedly hired by the company last September and previously famed for his involvement in high-end watch design – has been spotted in the wild wearing the wrist wearable.
Apple has a vast selection of bands and straps that it will not only sell with each Apple Watch, but that it will also be offering as separate purchases to those looking to add more bands to their arsenal of social looks.
However, if you happen to be of the mind that Apple’s default colour combinations are too bland for your own liking, there is a firm that is looking to change that.