Says Tony Blessander about the Warn Me app, in his portfolio: GV Qualité contracted me to create the design of their speedcam detection application for iPhone. A futuristic, glossy black interface with stylish red LED lights helps the driver keep track of speed cameras throughout France and other contries. Sold! Now, where is it?
Never underestimate the brilliance of Philipp Antoni (@PhilippAntoni), I’m told. Creatively arranging pixels for huge companies, Antoni has been producing beautiful free artwork for everyone to use. This time however, and I don’t know when this was released, it’s a super awesome searchpage. Gone is all the clutter, and [...]
What’s the one thing you don’t have to force yourself to check every day? Email. Everyone checks their email. It’s not something you have to go to, it’s there. One of the problems with a lot of ‘apps’, is that you have to launch them and interact with them to make it something of a habit. Certainly, [...]
A traditional analog clock is far more telling of the time than a digital one. At least in this day and age. At least to me. It exhibits a much more emotional sense of what that space means to you. So it’s odd that so much of our planning is done in a list, with numbers to represent time. Designed and developed by Jake Yanchar [...]
Speaking of tutor apps on the iPhone, here’s something that a friend of mine recommended I check out. It was released early June, so pardon my lateness in reporting. It’s the Michel Thomas language tutor app for the iPhone. Michel Thomas, of whom I first heard of after finding out about this app, devised a way of teaching new [...]
While the app is loaded with language tutor apps, here’s a more challenging application from a user interface standpoint. Voice Tutor is going to give you coaching on singing, training your voice to hit those smooth high notes you’ve always yearned to hit but failed at before — well, at least that’s what the description [...]