The top news and articles on digital product design.
Apple release their WatchKit developer tools and design guidelines, offering a more detailed look at the functionality and how it works with the iPhone.
Glass app makers may be in decline, but industrial applications – building and manufacturing, security, training – could be the future for Glass.
WeWork started as physical co-working spaces, now their online service provides thousands more entrepreneurs and tech workers with access to other members, local events, workspaces, and business services.
An outline of the new features that are built into Lollipop.
David Gillis from Teehan+Lax on designing to persuade. Presented at Reaktor Design Day in Helsinki.
M.G Siegler rebuts the common myth – apps aren’t killing the web, they’re shifting the way we view it from browsers to curated and delivered in-app experiences.
A vision for how the evolution of notifications will change our experience of siloed apps. The follow up article reiterates that No one was saying that apps are dying.
Inspiration for drag and drop interactions for the modern UI.
Up-to-date information about all of Apples’ devices.
Embrace the fluid web with this helpful demonstration of responsive principles.
Handy rules for employing scrolling effectively.
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