Be nice. Or else.
Florida, United States Senior Product Designer Joined over 2 years ago
So many of these come and go. Anyone have experience using this one? None of them have created the much desired iOS app to accompany them.
Niice is still my fav.
Visually very cool effects! All are very contingent on the use case. And really in most cases I feel they are excessive, and overly elaborate. The effect is removing the user from the context of the interface that they are searching. Why not simply live filter the content below instead of completely removing the existing interface when searching?
Agree with you Alex.
Niice is my recommendation. It's pretty close to perfection.https://niice.co
@Sandeep I'd go for last generations MacBook Pro. It's a great machine, and it's not a 1st generation device with all the inherit gremlins, and problems that come with new tech.
If you like the Touchbar concept you can hook up an iPad via Duet and with a bluetooth keyboard + mouse you'll have the functionality integrated on the iPad screen. I've been using it, and it's a fun way to experiment with the new UI. I've mostly just used Safari's tab navigation as it is useful. I haven't found any other Touchbar features that have benefits that stand out. It's faster to change volume and brightness with hardware keys (less taps), and a lot of functionality just takes longer to get to with the Touchbar.
And it's free :)
iA http://alice.ia.net is a ultra simple theme.
I'm curious what / if anything will change.
+1 on price