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I was about to say that!
Me too. So close to 80% now...
They show different brands/apps in those device frames every time you refresh the site. Neat!!!
I work in an agency and we have lots of projects going on the same time. Now, that's say
This is an example of our naming convention for a wireframe file saved today: XXXYY-1234-wireframes-160805-RC.pdf
And this will be saved on Server/Client/XXXXX/YYYYY/WireframesandIA/
I actually don't like it but looks like it works... Really want to know what's everyone's approach!
Sex refers to the anatomical (male/female) whereas Gender is what one identifies as (male/female/"other") and can be fluid.
I've worked on a healthcare-related project and my medical writer coworker also taught me that. We ended up using Sex with two options (male & female.)
When I see their first solution - using overall usage pattern based on statistics to create default or eliminate options - I can't help but thinking about "design is political" and "when you are prioritizing something, you are de-prioritizing others at the same time"
THIS IS SO COOL. Thanks for sharing!!!!!! Now I want to make this kind of interactive map for all my trips...
This is the first email & article that I read through this morning and you totally made my day already!!! ♪♪
Hi @Samuel !!!
I always enjoy reading your teardowns and I have learned so much from them! Thank you! Your side notes broader my perspective too, and this one particularly makes me giggle more...
I haven't tried Apple Music yet, but by going through your teardown, I recognized that the bubbles of music genres are the same while I tried out the online platform from Beats Music itself. I think it's a playful and enjoyable process and maybe that's why Apple decided to carry over with it. Unfortunately, it just doesn't make more sense in this new context.
How do you think about the bubble approach itself? Is it not benefit to the context of Apple Music? Or is it the UI around the bubbles more likely to be the problem?
I tried "up up down down left right left right B A" immediately... and it makes my day!! Love this little detail!
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