I would use this wallpaper pic.twitter.com/XAkUMM29Es
— (@charlespattson) February 19, 2020
Interface design has been pushed to new places. And certainly the iPad platform has challenged designers to approach the way we interact with technology in exciting new ways. Watch this:
OscilloScoop is a perfect example of an application that starts over. It’s a music program that allows anyone to create soundscapes with through touch and experimentation. It’s stunning to look at at just downright fun to play around with. You may not uncover your inner musician, but you will enjoy “fooling around” with this magnificent app.
Read more about it here.
Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.2 or later
Big Thanks to Kevin for this one. Tremendously creative.
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Thanks to DjLonewolf for scraping this one up for us. The two of us have argued back and forth over the years about Mac vs. PC. But one thing that we both agree on is that we must all try to pry ourselves away from the phone.
Apple went strong with their campaign to pull consumers in. While Windows is going the opposite way. I swore on the last hair on Steve Jobs head that I would never say this but: “I think that they are onto something”.
(Forgive me your eminence)
Tutvid offer an excellent range of tutorials for a wide range of vector projects. This one is no exception. Here you can follow along with an easy step by step tutorial on creating vector iPhone icons with Adobe Illustrator. With mobile media on the rise, it’s important to start thinking about designing for the small screen whenever you can. This is a useful lesson. It’s long, but worth it.
Rogue Vectorvault operative Kevin Gonsalves loves his iPhone. He’s up on all the latest plug-ins and accessories to make sure that his mobile device is tricked out with best of the best.
Recently, Kevin pointed us in the direction of Poolga. It’s a site dedicated to iPhone wallpapers. If you’re nuts about your iPhone you’ll want to dress it up with these stunning selections from a wide array of international designers and illustrators.
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