I got to read an excellent article from David Thompson comparing four popular strategies if your want to go mobile: native app, HTML 5 (with native wrapper), responsive web design and mobile site. I’ll explain a little more if you are not sure about these concepts.
Do you feel overwhelmed by information sometimes? I do. It’s so hard to stay with the latest news of my favorite topics, but I figured out 5 great ways to get them: Google Alerts, subscribing email newsletters, RSS, checking websites/social networks and search. Hopefully they can be useful to you, too.
Paper is where ideas begin. It’s the easiest and most beautiful way to create on the new iPad. Capture your ideas as sketches, diagrams, illustrations, notes or drawings and instantly share them across the web. Download “Paper by FiftyThree” from the App Store.
You should definetly visit this site, lots of useful stuff for web designers!
I came across this excellent article about Apple’s highly textured and ornamented design (so-called “Skeuomorphic”) and Windows 8’s flat design. Apple tries to simulate real world objects and textures in its apps, such as iBook, Calendar, Notes; and in contrast, Microsoft tends to make interfaces look more flat and digital by removing every bit of adornment from its latest UI.
This is a guidebook from Google Creative Sandbox, and WOW! Completely amazed by it.
I finished another fun Coursera project: “EZ Air Dry”, a solution for hang-to-dry a fair amount of clothes in limited space. Some design topics come from the designer’s need, and this project was right the case.
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I had a great time with Coursera, one of the big three MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) providers, and happily completed my Human Computer Interaction (HCI) course. This is my first course in Coursera. I had such a great time with Coursera and my HCI course that I am currently doing two other courses. It’s so fun and I hope many more people can join this online study community!