Be nice. Or else.
Looks nice. What'd they win an award for?
In my experience, designers who work like developers get hired. Designers who like to iterate on working code trump designers who build moats around PSDs.
(It is a nice blue.)
Sorry to see him go. It's amazing how his work has maintained consistently relevant as web trends (and ALA designs) have come and gone.
I wonder if there's a case-study around about these kinds of landing pages (mysterious & intriguing, but not informative).
Are the emails harvested of value? Or are they just from designers who want a peek at the UI, or proto-entrepreneurs who want a peek at the product?
Or is it more about buzz than actually collecting emails addresses for potential users/customers?
It's waiting for you to do it: https://github.com/brianflanagan/dribbble-data
Looking forward to it.
Some pretty pictures and nice ideas here, but I think it broadly misses the point.
Yes, there are a lot of very rough and unfinished pieces of iOS 7. It is a beta. Re-casting shadows and re-drawing icons isn't really a comment on the design of this new iOS, it's just polishing Apple's unpolished pre-release software.
It seems like this would be a really easy thing to measure with MixPanel (or the like). Would be an interesting/valuable bit of research.
Looks really great, Karri. Only started using Kippt recently, and I am really smitten with the attention to detail in the product & interface design.
I can't tell whether I like it -- but I'm certainly impressed: those colours are not obvious choices.