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 [...]
It’s almost as if I’m writing the same story twice. Hours after the much talked about Flipboard showed up, Teehan+lax offer us a glimpse of their ‘twitter magazine’, TweetMag. It’s not yet complete, but from what I can see it is definitely something worth getting excited about. Where Flipboard is a little [...]
I’m not usually into concept designs, but Andrew Kim’s concept phone dubbed “HTC 1”, is both beautiful and intelligent. Created entirely using Photoshop, Andrew has intelligently equipped the phone with thoughtful aesthetics and features, as explained in his article.
As soon as I completed the SA redesign, it was so clear how archaic BP looked in comparison. Truth is, for a while now I’ve hated BP’s look. Even though we did a spring clean up a couple of months ago, it still sported so much of function that wasn’t right for the kind content of this blog. I wanted it to look and feel [...]
What do you do when an application just blows you away the minute you open it? Write about it on BP, of course. Designers have been trying to figure out how best to tackle the 10 inch screen, and while I’m not certain whether we’ve reached that conclusion, or if there is just one way of doing it, but Flipboard certainly is [...]