Tag: ipad

Iconsfeed: A Sleek iOS Icon Design Gallery

Designers often search for examples of other products or designs to examine trends that might help to influence their own work. This is especially true of icon design which can be a tricky subject when you consider all the variant screen sizes & retina dispalys. Apple’s iOS platform runs on iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad…

New Mockup.io version includes iPad Pro frame & Android App Icon Preview

For those unfamiliar with Mockup.io, it’s a visualization tool for showcasing how an application will look in a realistic frame. It’s specifically geared towards teams working collaboratively on mobile applications for iPhone & Android. Just recently the Mockup.io team released a new version with a couple handy features. One is the additional frame for iPad…

China iPhone Market Grows 75% Year-over-Year

Apple’s recent San Francisco event contained a whole lot of ravishing information for tech enthusiasts. But for business and marketing people, one fact mentioned by Tim Cook should stand out even more: China’s iPhone market has grown by 75% year-over-year. This figure includes all of the Chinese mainland(including Hong Kong) along with Taiwan. Looking back…

Adobe Reveals New Creative Cloud Mobile Apps

Apple hosted a large special release event on September 9th in San Francisco. This included revelations of a new iPad Pro, new WatchOS, along with details about the iPhone 6S. But interestingly enough this also included a brief presentation by Adobe’s Director of Mobile Design Eric Snowden. He demonstrated a few of Adobe’s new mobile…

Twitter for iOS Unifies a Single Responsive App UI

Web designers are intimately familiar with the term “responsive web design”. This is a layout which adapts & responds based on the screen’s current size. Mobile applications have not exactly following this same rhetoric. Apple devices originally started with just the iPhone screen. This grew into iPhone screens with smaller & larger dimensions, plus iPad…

Understanding Retina-Ready Design for Websites and Mobile Apps

Apple was the first major company to introduce standard retina screens on many devices. The newer MacBook Pro computers have been launched with a retina monitor, along with most iOS devices. This means a larger consumer market is growing and designers have to keep up with the changes.

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