Category Archives: Apple

  1. A masterclass from the man himself: David Kelley on Jobs and design thinking

    All startup creative firms want to grow up and be an IDEO. This enviably creative design studio has firmly embedded itself in the innovative strain of successful brands. David Kelley was the man at the helm of this movement. Here he talks about his friend Steve Jobs and design thinking as a concept.

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  2. Logo Disaster Movie: A fabulous short animation that wrecks Hollywood

    I was impressed with narrative, sound design and the mise en scene that sets this movie apart. And I am a graphic designer who likes logos.

    From the vimeo description posted by Human: This is a short film that was directed by the French animation collective H5, François Alaux, Hervé de Crécy + Ludovic Houplain. It was presented at the Cannes Film Festival 2009. It opened the 2010 Sundance Film Festival and won a 2010 academy award under the category of animated short.

    Logorama from Marc Altshuler – Human Music on Vimeo.

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  3. Bad Piggies: Those green sniggering cure for attention deficient humans

    Adults and children in my house sat rapt facing their touch devices for days together conquering Angry Birds from Rovio. This Finnish firm has been releasing themed games since then. There is a new one coming soon celebrating the antagonists – pigs. I have been a big fan of hidden narrative in these games.

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  4. Reviewing Maily: A mail app for children to handpaint and send mails

    To all those who complain about the death of snail mail, there is yet another virtual product to swing in (or out) kids early.

    Maily is an iPad app for children and tweens to legally use email riding on a parent’s account. The app has been designed to be readied by the parent for young children to use. As a parent I could add mail addresses into the fixed contact list. The child cannot add a contact of their own.

    The mail itself is done on an artboard with tools to write, draw or shoot. It has graphic templates, crayons and the camera, of course. The navigation between these tools are a bit cumbersome with multiple levels shown as individual docks over the artboard. The photo addition is exciting and the tool is cool. It allows scaling and rotation of the picture taken from the gallery or shot.

    The overall experience is simple and children love it. However I will reconsider the parent dashboard and a few icons that the kid needs to get used to. They are fast learners, aren’t they?

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  5. Apple Timeline: Yet another curious view of a loved brand across years

    Guilty. I am a believer and I have been for a long time. Since 1987, to be precise, when the forbidden Apple was encased in a chilled glass cabin in our design school with exclusive access to a few chosen ones. On getting a wallet and some content in it I have owned a few of these babies. This infographic shows all Apple products on a timeline.

    The Apple Timeline

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  6. The Wizard of Woz: Steve Wozniak in line for iPad3 at Apple store

    I have always admired the co-founder of Apple for his humility and of course, wisdom. I found this interview where he is waiting outside an Apple store in LA to buy himself an iPad3. Interesting conversation. Watch and enjoy!

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