Be nice. Or else.
Neither. They may borrow a few interface concepts, but so did Basecamp. Everything's a remix.
We started redesign our application in June. This was a design from July. I guess I can hit ⌘⌫ on it now though.
Interested to see what Khoi is able to produce at Adobe, and in what timeframe. Adobe Comp CC (project LayUp) seems to have been produced in a small amount of time. Developing a tool at Bohemian Coding's pace is another question.
Would love to see something along the lines of the prototyping tools game designers have.
Hi Julie. I teach design at Maryland Institute College of Art. What is one thing you feel teachers in interactive programs could do better for your interns or junior hires?
I think this is a really interesting idea. Like LivingSocial starting HungryAcademy http://hungryacademy.com to find/create more programmers, startups seem to have a need to fill when it comes to design.
It will also help those independent developers who don’t have the luxury of working with a designer at least start from a better understanding of design… if the program is structured well.
37Signals have done some good writing around this idea, but specifically to web apps.
From 2003: http://37signals.com/svn/archives/000375.php
Basecamp Classic Blank Slates http://37signals.com/svn/posts/2322-design-decisions-new-basecamp-blank-slates
Blank Slates in Basecamp Next http://37signals.com/svn/posts/3210-backstage-designing-the-new-basecamp-blank-slates