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I really liked this insight into the design of the Apple Watch. It has been the same industrial design since it launched, so it would be cool to see a wider range of what it could be.
My guess is that would the idea behind a future iPad Pro, this is just the entry level model.
I like the general idea, but I don't really want to spend money on yet another device.
Being more self-aware about device usage is probably a more realistic approach. That balance is different for everyone though.
Right, I get it now. That would make sense.
Yes that, and what about your CSS styles that already need background-image? That's where this technique breaks down.
Now there's something I haven't seen in awhile... An artifact from a different time.
So I am a big F1 fan... and I have to say I kinda like this. The highest level of racing should be over the top and futuristic. The past branding feels too understated now.
To me, brutalist web design should look like you barely have a stylesheet.
Skeuomorphic design in the sense of borrowing real life objects and mimicking them in UI is something that won't go away. The analog style watch face on the Apple Watch is a good example. It is not bound by the construction of a round, analog watch, but it is something familiar. Same with calculator interfaces.
Highly rendered interfaces with shadows and textures, however, do feel dated in my opinion. That style of design was a passing trend from a few years ago. That being said, some trends can come back around in the future...
Be nice. Or else.
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