Rethinking Instagram (On the Web)

Surely by now we've all seen the latest addition to Instagram, the long awaited website. What did you think of the turn out? Was it what you expected? To be perfectly honest, I had no idea what to expect. My hope was that they would create some sort of a nice grid layout. To my surprise, they did not. As a long time interface designer, I wanted to test my skills and design the Instagram I wanted for myself. Read More >>

The Burden of Apple iOS

When Apple released the iPhone in 2007, they released iPhone OS (later known as iOS) with it. The device and the operating system necessitated each other. The two were birthed into the world together on the same stage. Read More >>

Rethinking the iPhone Lockscreen

iOS is boring. It's unconnected. It isn't flexible. It's slow. That's generally the consensus. And while many look to Jony Ive's new role as the answer, it doesn't exactly solve these problems. So I thought I would give it a shot. Read More >>

What It'll Take For Tablets to Replace PCs

Tablets are massively popular, but still have a long way to go before they can replace PCs. Yasir Hossain at The Tech Block looks at what it would take to make that happen. Read More >>

Doxie Go Scanner: Yes, This Thing Is Actually Cool

Imagine a lightweight, battery-powered scanner with on-board storage that can function without a computer. No, we're not talking about some far-fetched gizmo Q might throw in the trunk of Bond's Aston Martin. We're talking about Apparent's Doxie Go, a real-world device you can sink your teeth into for £169. It only sounds like it belongs in a spy movie. Read More >>


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