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Hi-Tech Textiles at IFA « adafruit industries blog

Tue, 09/11/2012 - 11:21 -- rprice

video… recorded from the TV channel DW, providing a view of wearable technology at this years IFA as well as an interview with Wolfgang Langeder.

According to DW, at the IFA 2020 we will see electrified clothing enter the mainstream market, where Hi-Tech fashion probably will occupy much more exhibition space, building a more common sight compared with the current novel status of wearable technology.

battideas
Design
cool
maker
electronics
clothes
Video
germany

OP-1 - Introduction - Teenage Engineering

Thu, 09/06/2012 - 08:11 -- rprice

8 built-in synthesizer engines, multiple effects and LFO’s. And some really unique sequencers ready to explore.
Connect it to your computer and control your DAW with the common play, stop, rec, forward and rewind. Use the 4 rotary encoders and 8 x 2 dedicated quick keys for fast selections.

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midi
interface
hardware
audio
Design
synth
Music

The Four Stages of Giving Up Photoshop - Cognition: The blog of web design & development firm Happy Cog

Thu, 08/16/2012 - 14:46 -- rprice

Slowly, and subconsciously, my mind shifted from asking “Why doesn’t this work like Photoshop?” to “Why does Photoshop work like that?” For so long, I had accepted Photoshop as the standard because I thought it was my only option for design. But, being good at creating websites in Photoshop means knowing useful but convoluted workarounds for simple tasks that it just isn’t built to do natively. Which of the numerous unintuitive methods do you use to wrap text around an image?

responsive
Design
layout
keynote
drupaleasypodcast

Adactio: Journal—Navicon

Wed, 08/15/2012 - 11:03 -- rprice

I vaguely recall someone posting examples of 'open nav' icons (eg Path and Facebook) showing an emerging de facto standard. Link?

"Unless our navigation’s arranged in a grid (and so we should use a grid icon), I’m putting my weight behind three lines because I think it’s most recognisable as navigation to the average person."

The three-lines icon is certainly very popular, as can be seen in this collection of mobile navigation icons I gathered together on Dribbble.

navigation
ux
Design
jeremy_kieth
icons
mobile

Rhizome's Seven On Seven Conference | Saturday, April 14th 2012

Wed, 04/18/2012 - 08:39 -- rprice

pairs seven leading artists with seven game-changing technologists in teams of two, and challenges them to develop something new—be it an application, social media, artwork, product, or whatever they imagine—over the course of a single day.

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urbanrethink
flordacreatives
event
nyc
Design
collaboration
innovation
conference
technology
art

Design iterations for the content creation page | Drupal Groups

Wed, 04/04/2012 - 12:02 -- rprice

* Introduce a new grouping pattern in the form of a sidebar, to allow for easier scanning of settings and avoid the space-consuming vertical tabs.
* Placing the primary publishing options closer to the action of saving.
* Update the look & feel of Seven to solve a number of visual design issues.
* Introduce a more consistent pattern for actions.

forms
editor
ux
Design
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