Be nice. Or else.
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I find some apps haven't done it as well, even some Apple apps.
I'm not a big fan of full dark mode at the best of times, tho. I like it for peripheral things, like the menu bar and the dock. And for things that don't require a long time looking at because dark mode always increases reflection.
So, prefer light mode for browsing, email, reading, coding, writing. Fortunately most of those apps support overriding dark mode. Thus, I have a mixed environment.
Chortle. Wonder why you announced this on the day you did? ;)
I considered this, but as a WordPress developer it is an important platform for communicating with users of not only my own stuff, but those of other developers. Which also makes it also a significant marketing platform.
Articles like this annoy me. They make it sound like bad design is new to Apple, that's Apple has lost it's way lately. And worse, they make it sound like bad design at Apple is a post-Steve Jobs things.
Antennagate was a major hardware design flaw championed by Steve "It's the way you're holding it" Jobs.
The removal of colour - one of the major design elements - from the OS X interface was well under way under Jobs' watch.
That's just but two. I'm sure plenty of other people will have their own design peeves from the Steve Jobs era.
Bad design is not new to Apple. It began at least 10 years ago.
Shows as $30.99 AUD for me!!!!! Insane
I'll keep using Alfred's clipboard manager which is pretty good - and I get all the other Alfred features.
Wow! Mind - blown!
I wondered when crazy gradients would come back into fashion. Flashing text next?
It doesn't matter how much bragging rights it gets you, a billion dollar organisation paying $300 for a logo sets a terrible example, totally devalues designers, and encourages the race to the bottom.
Like it a lot. It's got energy, it looks tech, and its flexible. And best of all - it's not overly typographic, which had become the done to death (and boringly safe) trend lately.
I do bet this starts a new trend in logo design away from typographic ones.
You lost me at "Click and drag... with 6 fingers"
Two handed trackpad operation?!
Single clicking a green a button is much faster.
Seeing things like that, makes me realise it's an interface for "you". The secret of a good interface is it's for everyone.
Be nice. Or else.
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