Senking is the master of the nasty bass groove. The Raster-Noton artist’s most intricate work involves creating tension between several layers of aggressive low frequencies woven together. Astonishingly, with that much low end, the sound never becomes muddied.
Two new heart-rate enabled smartwatches. Plus an entirely new 3G ultra-wearable. Go for a run and ditch the phone!
Google PlayAPRIL 2016 Planetary store in one place Authors Bohdan Kononets Senior Interface & Graphic Designer and Founder of Flatstudio. A perfectionist with a lot of passion for details in web and mobile development, colors and pixel perfection.
Estimated reading time: 12 minutes. I’m an expert on how technology hijacks our psychological vulnerabilities. That’s why I spent the last three years as Google’s Design Ethicist caring about how to design things in a way that defends a billion people’s minds from getting hijacked.
Removing complexity and improving the experience for our customers is something we constantly strive towards.
There’s an old maxim of user interface design about ensuring that products are useful, usable, and desirable.
If someone asked you to define the word “flow” or describe an example of one, what would you say? Would you immediately think about flow as it relates to user experience or interaction design? Maybe… but, maybe not.
For most of us, the Etch A Sketch is just a toy, but for artist Jane Labowitch, it’s an unconventional canvas and tool for her intricate drawings.