Infobar A02: the latest in a classic series of design-heavy Japanese phones with a radical UI http://www.theverge.com/2013/1/26/3917772/infobar-a02-japanese-phone-design
What’s going to be the next pull to refresh or swipe to delete? The Industryhas peered into its crystal ball and come up with what it thinks (or hopes) are the 13 most prominent trends we’re going to be seeing in app design for 2013 — whether we want them or not.
Flat design will likely be big, with Windows 8 and the iOS alarm clock appRise used as examples. This will no doubt make those who’re hoping more designers will eschew skeuomorphism in 2013 pretty happy. Are you listening, Sir Ive? Other trends to look out for include more gestures (and fewer buttons), larger fonts, responsive websites and more prominent search fields. Oh, and an even larger role for the increasingly ubiquitous “hamburger menu drawer icon” — the three horizontal lines used to denote a menu button in apps like Facebook and Google Chrome.
Lovin ‘Rock and Roll Night Club’ by #MacDemarco @Msldemarco - it’s kinda like a famous staple 70’s glam-rock record for 35 years in the future.