Be nice. Or else.
Florida, United States Designer Joined over 3 years ago
Concepts are cyclical. Often there is a reason they never come to fruition.
No love for the southeast US? Orlando? Atlanta? Miami? Design companies don't seem realize we have three large art colleges in the area (SCAD, Ringling, Miami International University of Art & Design), and all have illustration / prototyping classwork. And the tech scene is hopping in the Tampa Bay area. We have MalwareBytes, Microsoft, Brave People, etc.
Stephen consider taking a trip to paradise?
Interesting change. Not sure how I feel about it. Thanks for sharing.
What an interesting read. Unique problems, and I find the design work appealing. Some talented creatives working in less than ideal situations.
100% agree! I also hate the fit of AirPods. The narrow focused speaker ends up hurting my ear. The AirPods look like they just re-used existing manufacturing pipelines rather than imagining a better experience.
I kinda like it. This broadens the options they have for illustration work, and marketing. They are no longer bound to a small set of colors. The font doesn't appeal to me, but that's more subjective.
And I really like the sample they did for illustration. I think once their thoughts fully form, and we see it implemented it will be an interesting and unique experience.
I kind of hope that WordPress continues it's move towards another platform. We need diversity.
I’d guess enough outrage happened, and suddenly teams switched from React that they freaked out.
With FaceID I cautiously agree with you. How well it works remains to be seen. However wireless charging is using exactly the same tech that everyone is using. (which is a great thing to be honest) It's not some new Apple approach. The hardware follows a set of protocols and is the same across devices. And water resistance is the same across the board using gaskets, and glue with some tech like is present in the Apple Watch to clear out water.
Be nice. Or else.
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