Today here’s a seven link bonanza for what I wish will be a relaxed summer Sunday for you all …
- UH OH: Windows 10 will share your Wi-Fi key with your friends’ friends
- Designmodo: Great Font Combination
- The Problem With Putting All the World’s Code in GitHub — everybody loves Github. But this love can’t be blindfolded!;
- re:designed – Eli Schiff on the Apple iOS Music app (plus Facebook and Instagram) redesign;
- Blogging Site Medium Rolls Out Password-Free Email Logins – WTF? security via non-encrypted email? They must be kidding!
- Concord, Contrast, and Conflict… Oh my! – a nice post from Winter Hebert explaining typography;
- Jony’s Patience — you can’t achieve success with a short commitment. Jonathan Ive 23+ years at Apple tells us so…
A small change of habit today… just four news, instead of the usual five!
- The art of Sketches: Renzo Piano
- Blogging in English – When It’s Not Your Primary Language — basically those tips are the ones that made me start this very blog in October 2005;
- How To Create Incredible Black & White iPhone Photos — suggestions to improve our black & white photographs before we shoot them … with any camera! iPhone comprehended;
- Sorry publishers, the revolution will not be read about inside of your walls — Matt Galligan comments on the future of publishing, taking the chance offered by the Apple announce of a new iOS app … Apple News, a Flipboard/Zite like app;
Seven days later, here I am againg…
- 22 rules of User Experience;
- the WordPress checklist, an infographic
- Minimalism in Web design: past and future
- System Fonts, Choose wisely
- Designing the new Twitter profiles – the article is from April 1st, but remains an interesting one (and I’ve discovered it just last saturday)
Every scroll through Twitter puts at least one person’s bad day, shitty experience, or moment of snark in front of me. These are good happy people – I know many of them in real life – but for whatever reason, Twitter is the place they let their shit loose. And while it’s easy to do, it’s not comfortable to be around. I don’t enjoy it.
Every scroll through Instagram puts someone’s good day in front of me. A vacation picture, something new they got that they love, pictures of nature, pictures of people they love, places they’ve been, and stuff they want to cheer about. It’s just flat out harder to be negative when sharing a picture. This isn’t a small thing – it’s a very big deal. I feel good when I browse Instagram.
That’s the feel that matters.