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Apple Design

Apple’s architectural designs help improve accessibility and show an obsessive attention to detail

February 27th, 2018

For decades now, one of the defining characteristics of Apple has been the company’s unwavering and arguably unrivaled attention to detail. From small design flourishes in its software to forward-thinking details in the industrial design of its products, Apple’s obsession with even seemingly irrelevant details can be seen throughout the company’s product line. As a …

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Motorcycle butcher turns BMW electric scooter into street demon

August 29th, 2017

The BMW C Evolution “maxi-scooter” is a somewhat mundane vehicle, at least in terms of appearance. It’s a rather generic combination of shiny plastic with bright accents, and its electric motor cranks out a modest 48 horsepower and 53 lb-ft of torque, with a top speed of 80 miles per hour and a range of …

Apple Design

New video provides a rare look inside Apple’s secretive design studio

December 14th, 2016

For a company that famously doesn’t like to look towards the past, Apple a few weeks ago released an interesting new product: a 300 page book which chronicles every major Apple product released since 1998. Priced at $300, the book doesn’t come cheap, but then again, high-end coffee table books are rarely wallet-friendly.

Apple Design

Jony Ive may no longer be ‘directly involved’ with designing the iPhone

November 22nd, 2016

Ever since the release of the original Bondi Blue iMac, Apple is a company that has been synonymous with forward-thinking industrial design. In fact, during a period stretching from 1998 to 2012, Apple’s vaunted design team, led dutifully by Jony Ive, managed to churn out a seemingly endless number of iconic products, including a wide range of …

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The entire world is still tearing Instagram’s horrible new look apart

May 12th, 2016

Nobody likes change, and the tech community in particular seems to be especially averse to any sweeping or even minor changes made to software that they love. So when Instagram yesterday released a completely redesigned iPhone app, alongside a brand new app icon, the blogosphere revolted in immediate disgust. While most people seem to have …