Browsing articles tagged with "iOS 7"
Jul
25
2013

How could developers leverage the design opportunity in iOS 7?

Instagram reimagined for iOS 7

iOS Developers invest a huge amount of time in making their apps competitive in terms of design and functionality these days. We all know that functionality alone doesn’t sell at App Store. It needs to have a brilliant design to appeal to the users.

Jul
18
2013

iOS 7 Beta is being installed on more devices compared to iOS 6

iOS 7 beta vs iOS 6

A lot of people might be criticizing about the choice of colours and fonts Apple has picked for the iOS 7. But according to a report from mobile publishing company called Onswipe, adoption of iOS 7’s install have been ramping up faster than even previous betas.

Jul
12
2013

Font transformation in iOS 7 Beta – from light to regular

Font transformation in iOS 7 Beta

When Apple seeded iOS 7 Beta 2 to iPhone, iPod touch and iPad many people were disappointed with the fact that Apple still decided to stick on with Helvetica Light font. We even read a lot of criticism on Twitter where people blatantly ranted about the limitations it would cause once iOS 7 goes public.

Jul
1
2013

First Impression of iOS 7 on iPad

iOS7 on iPad

We have written about mutation in the iOS 7 design language from the earlier versions and although the software isn’t final yet, we had the chance to try it out on first day of the release. The iOS 7 for iPad, undoubtedly feels unfinished; even from the early look of how the icons has been designed.

Jun
20
2013

Has function triumphed over aesthetics & art at Apple?

Has function triumphed at Apple?

Is Apple headed in the right direction? The new screens with flat designs seemed unfinished and poorly executed after they got rid of any and every form of skeuomorphism, like it was a malign tumor impeding future growth. It even made most wonder if firing Scott Forstall was the right decision? Is Jony Ive the man for the job?

Jun
10
2013

iOS 7 gets a flat makeover

iOS gets a flat makeover

The day has finally arrived for Apple to supposedly change the design language of iOS and fuel a paradigm shift in app design. For the last 5 years, Apple has carried the traditional Skeuomorphic design whether it’s the Note application or the Game Center, designs which mimics real life whether giving it a real Notepad look.

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