User Interfaces are the texture of this film
Although, I did feel that the bad language did little to advance the plot, The Avengers sequel was pretty awesome. My two kids and I thought it was great.
The stunning technology sequences in this movie were the real star for me. And if there’s an Academy Award for user interface design, then expect to see the team at Territory in tuxedos. Wow.
All systems go.
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Prepare for takeoff
This concept has really taken my breath away. In fact, I’m surprised that someone had not developed it sooner. But then again, that is the sign of a great idea.
This is just marvellous. We wish Technicon Design best of luck. And I for one am looking forward to one day witnessing a real life application of it.
*Wonder Woman has grounds for a lawsuit.
Darth Vader and R2D2 had a kid.
And apparently that kid is pretty amazing.
Take a spin through the specs on this one. It’s fierce.
Santa, if you are ready this blog (as I asked you in my last letter), please take special note of this one. I’ve been super-good and I’ll take care of it. I Promise.
As part of an extensive re-branding, Proprint Services has tasked the Vectorvault team with re-imagining their website. Overall a very creative experience.
For over 20 years, this company has stood at the forefront of innovative Retail Point of Sale design, production and execution.
You would not believe what they are building over there right now.
Now this is a very unique take on a mouse. Not certain if this approach will actually catch on, but you do have to hand it to them for trying to re-imagine it.
– I would give it a try. Check it out here.
Oh japan, you are so creative.
“The Japanese design firm nendo and the electronics company Elecom came up with this innovative mouse design. The Kandenchi has three buttons and a scroll wheel. It connects to a computer through a wireless hookup.”
Here is a nice little “slipper” for your Apple Monitor or iMac. It keeps your precious computer in one place and looks rather smart.
Surely not a necessity for your iMac, although slightly intriguing, is this latest release from accessories brand Hard Graft. The iMac slipper cover is made to slip right under the base of your desktop, adding a bit of flair while costing you an additional 29.00. It comes in a variety of colorways and as always is constructed with the finest of materials.
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