Tag Archive: Design


Why Jony Ive’s promotion means more design, not less

Apple is such a strange and secretive company, the news that Jony Ive has been promoted is instead widely interpreted that he’s on his way out. The Telegraph revealed Monday that Ive has been promoted to Chief Design Officer and… Read more ›

This is Richard Howarth, Apple’s newly appointed vice president of industrial design, and the man who has to fill Jony Ive’s (calf-leather) shoes. Ive has been promoted to chief design officer to do more “blue sky thinking,” leaving Howarth to… Read more ›

Apple could make its upcoming iPhone 6s handsets slimmer and lighter than ever by taking advantage of new smaller LED backlighting chips, according to a new report. The new chips have the same 3.0 x 0.85mm dimensions as those used in… Read more ›

Jony Ive received a nice gift for the Memorial Day weekend: a promotion to the role of Chief Design Officer at Apple, which will broaden his design duties at Apple while handing day-to-day running of the design team to long-time… Read more ›

If you’d like to see the Apple Watch in a cool new way, we have something to show you. Apple created the below schematic as part of its Made for Apple Watch program, which supports designers who are interested in… Read more ›

The concept artists who envisioned the future of the automobile created edgy, forward-thinking illustrations knowing their works might never be seen — and would likely get destroyed. But some of the forward-looking art created during Detroit’s “Golden Age of Automotive… Read more ›

Why Samsung’s design sucks, in a single image

Want to sum up the difference between Apple and Samsung in a single image? Don’t look at the logos. Don’t look at the operating systems. Don’t even look at what their respective gadgets look like. Look at the lines. Look… Read more ›

Why Samsung’s design sucks, in a single image

Want to sum up the difference between Apple and Samsung in a single image? Don’t look at the logos. Don’t look at the operating systems. Don’t even look at what their respective gadgets look like. Look at the lines. Look… Read more ›

Adobe’s Behance, Adobe Color CC, and Creative Cloud apps have all been updated to include Apple Watch support in a move designed to both sell more iOS apps as well as inspire their current customers to get outside of the… Read more ›

Adobe’s Behance, Adobe Color CC, and Creative Cloud apps have all been updated to include Apple Watch support in a move designed to both sell more iOS apps as well as inspire their current customers to get outside of the… Read more ›