[tweetmeme] If we’re starting at ground zero, what better way than to have a nice little list. Mac software has so far exhibited a far greater penchant for user interface design than their Windows counterparts. Let’s not bring Linux into the picture. While most Mac apps exhibit good user interface design, there are some exceptionally well done pixels. Here’s a few among the many apps highlighting some excellent visual design and functionality.
Creating waves even before its release, LittleSnapper from RealMacSoftware has captured the hearts of many a Mac user. While more pretty than functional in its earlier releases, the app has gained serious traction since its 1.5 release. Tied with its online service “Ember”, LittleSnapper is currently the de facto screenshot/webshot manager on the Mac. It seamlessly integrates with Mac OS X, has a fairly decent memory footprint, and one of the best user interfaces in the Mac appspace.
LittleSnapper costs $40 for a license, but if you wait around there’s usually a good deal waiting for you to happen. Nothing’s stopping you from grabbing the trial though.