• Jonas S, almost 5 years ago

    What is this? - Throwback Thursday?

    3 points
  • Christoph ZahnChristoph Zahn, almost 5 years ago (edited almost 5 years ago )

    The shift from skeuomorphic to flat happened long before iOS7 was announced, apple simply jumped on the bandwagon on that one.

    Also can't believe that those kind of articles are still popping up in 2016.

    2 points
  • Josh OlsenJosh Olsen, over 4 years ago

    It would be great if we could all just agree to strike a balance that works within the context of what we're designing, and never rewrite or share this undying article topic again (unless there's truly something new to add).

    2 points
    • Eduardo EspinozaEduardo Espinoza, over 4 years ago

      NEVER!!! As designers we have to be 100% for or against something. /s

      6 points
    • Laurens SpangenbergLaurens Spangenberg, over 4 years ago

      Sharing articles with subjective and relative answers that can be answered with "it depends" seems to be quite popular on DN: "Should designers code", "Is Dribbble bad", "UX is the same/not the same as UI", "skeuo. vs flat," "hamburger menus are horrible/amazing", "hamburger or just menu menus should be labeled/not labeled", etc.

      2 points