In Back To The Future, 2015 is the year in which Marty and Doc Brown were blasted into in the 1989 and, if the film is to be believed, there are plenty of gadgets and gizmos we will be using very shortly indeed. From flying cars to self-tying shoes, here’s what the film told us 2015 would look like.
This year, we saw Google introduce a sweeping new design language to overhaul is long list of products. We saw independent designers building their own hardware. And more than anything, we saw experimentation on a huge scale—resulting in one of the most eventful and interesting years for UI and UX design in recent memory.
Elite: Dangerous trailer showcasing the vast scope and freedom available in the largest, richest gaming sandbox ever created.
La lista de las 25 mejores películas del 2014 según Consequence Of Sound.
Before going into a “cave” in an asteroid, Han does a nice little loop. Here, check it out.
Nine of the best blogs you should follow if you’re an aspiring UX designer.
Designers and technologists everywhere are aflutter with praise for the new design language, which aspires to unite Google’s expansive product line under a rich set of design styles and principles.
Marco Beltrami (The Homesman), Danny Elfman (Big Eyes), John Powell (How To Train Your Dragon 2), Trent Reznor (Gone Girl) and Hans Zimmer (Interstellar) discuss the process behind scoring the top films of the year.